June 29, 2012

CAS-Ual Fridays #59

Afternoon Everybody,
 I loved all the Pink cards last week. Just so pretty. 
Thanks so much for participating. I hope you enjoyed playing with us 🙂
Welcome to another CAS-ual Fridays Challenge.
 
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This week’s sponsor is The Twinery
This week’s winner will receive this delicious I Dream In Twine pack valued at $32 Wow!
 
 
They also provided us, DTs with gorgeous twines to use on our projects. 
Thank you so much for your generosity.
 
Here is my take on the challenge.
 
Supplies:
Cardstock: Simply Chartreuse and Orange Zest and white cardstock from PTI
Stamp Set: Day Dreamer and Daily Designs from PTI
Inks: Old Olive from SU and Archival Jet Black ink
Accessories: Woodgrain IP from TE, Twine fromThe Twinery and rhinestones from Kaisercraft.

You need to get to The CAS_ual Fridays Blog to see some superb inspirations from my colleagues using the twine. I bet you will be very inspired. 

Looking for forward to you projects. 
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Thanks so much for stopping by! 
 
Ta!
 

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Comments

  1. you do amazing things with bright colors! I would never think to put a lime green with an orange with a blue like that – but it is so fun!

  2. Gorgeous…love the beautiful twine blooms and the rhinestone centers.

  3. I love the gorgeous colours you've used Gayatri and the spiral flowers are amazing – although they are making my eyes go funny!

  4. I love the stylised lollipop flowers. They seem to be spinning if you stare at them long enough!!
    Jenny x

  5. Love your fun design! Great use of twine too!

  6. Love your twine flower, Gayatri! Simply beautiful!

  7. Love your flowers and the colors really pop!

  8. Wow–the colors really pop on this fantastic card! Your rolled twine flowers are incredible!

  9. Gayatri, this is delightful! I love your eye for color combos and the blue blooms are simply perfect!

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