Tuesday, November 22, 2016

CASology #225: SOFT

Hello, friends! Tuesday has arrived, and so has a new cue card at CASology!

We have a new sponsor this week!  Poppystamps has a beautiful selection of stamps and dies, and I have had many of their dies for years.  I used one of my favorites, the Lorelai Outline Leaf die, for my card today.  It is so soft and delicate, and easy to cut into smaller sections if needed.  

For my card, I die cut the leaf on silver glitter paper, only popping out some of the leaves.  I did some "stamp kissing" on the gray circle, inking it up, then pressing it to the woodgrain stamp before stamping on my paper.

Stamps:  Papertrey Ink (Wreath For All Seasons); Inkadinkado (circle); 
     Hero Arts (Designer Woodgrain)
Inks:  black dye ink; Hero Arts (Soft Granite)
Dies: Poppystamps (Lorelai Outline Leaf)
Other: Papertrey Ink (Linen embossing plate)

Be sure to link up your SOFT card by noon on Monday (Central time). There is a very generous prize being offered by our sponsor to the winner this week!

You will also be inspired by the many ways our Design Team and Guest Designer interpreted the cue this week...be sure to check out their SOFT cards, too!

Guest Designer: Nonni

** Our NEW Sponsor This Week:  Poppystamps

Thank you for sponsoring our challenge this week!

Thanks for visiting,


  1. What an elegant color palette and the different textures look great and so interesting! Thanks for having me as GD at CASology!

  2. That is a gorgeous leaf die and I love the soft colours. And thanks for reminding me to dig out that PTI embossing plate!

  3. Delicate and ever so pretty Judy!! Beautifully done!! Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

  4. Hi Judy Thanks for nominating my card. I love the soft colors, the texture and the layout of your charming card. Happy turkey day. Barb

  5. Fantastic take on the challenge. Love it.

  6. Beautiful card! Love, love the linen look and the colors are stunning!

  7. This is so pretty. Love how you have left some leaves in.


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