Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Week 161: PLAID


It's pattern time!  Bring on the plaid this week...or whatever that makes you think of.  Flannel shirts, (not so) stylish pants...what exactly is this cue word going to bring to our gallery?!

Before you start brainstorming, let's take a look at what the design team & our guest designer created to inspire you!

Guest Designer: Karen
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The Rule of Threes can work great with CAS as long as there is still lots of white space.

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Narrow black 'frames' provide crisp definition to a CAS design!

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A little dimension goes a long way on a CAS design.

Plaid for Casology design team Hannelie
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A partially coloured, dimensional focal point adds interest to a CAS design.

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Arrange your CAS design and sentiment on the diagonal for added interest.

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Patterned paper in small doses works for a CAS design.

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Texture adds interest to white space.

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Using patterned paper for die-cut sentiments adds interest to a CAS card.

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Keeping it monochromatic feels so CAS!

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Centralizing your focal point keeps your card CAS!

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A touch of patterned paper can add interest without overwhelming the overall design.


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Add patternd paper in moderation to your design ro keep it CAS.

Go have fun creating your CAS design and don't forget to link up here on the challenge blog by Monday at NOON (CDT)!

Week 160: Weekly Winners!

It's time to announce our Weekly Winner and Honorable Mentions! 

Jen had the honor of selecting the Winner for Week #160 and here is her selection:

Diana's white on white layers and pop of blue make for a a clean, crisp and clever CAS card!

Congratulations, Diana! 

Below is a winner's badge to proudly display on your blog:

Here are the Honorable Mentions chosen by the rest of the design team:

Congratulations to all of you! 

Here is a badge to proudly display on your blogs: 


Be sure to stop back in an hour for challenge #161!


design + development by fabulous k