Monday, November 14, 2022

Perfectly CAS Challenge #33


Hello Friends!

Today starts a new challenge over on the Perfectly CAS Challenge Blog.
Here's our theme for the month of November . . .
 For my snowflakes, I have die cut the border die using medium blue card stock from the  Creative Expressions 'Festive Collection - Snowflake Corner, Border & Tag' (CED3019) die set. Then applied directly ink to paper using white pigment ink. 
The Let It Snow die cut sentiment was sitting on the work station as an extra so I decided to add it to my card.    Quick ... Easy ... and Beautiful!!! 
I hope you will join in the challenge - just make sure you understand the rules.
For all the rules check out the 'How To Play' TAB under our challenge header.

The challenge is all about helping you stay
within 1/3 of your card to make sure it is CAS.
Challenges to share in:
Use Your Stuff Challenge #471 - Winter / Snow
Craft Rocket Challenge #98 - Christmas / Winter
Tic, Tac, Toe Challenge #187 - Designer's Choice (using Snow, Free, Blue)

I look forward to seeing what you create.
 Thanks so much for stopping by!
As always . . .


  1. OMGosh, this is so beautiful! Amazing the simplicity yet it has my jaw dropped. Love how you softened the cardstock with white. I love this look. That's a gorgeous die set.

  2. Wow, Darlene, your card is a CAS beauty for Christmas! The intricate die cut snowflake border is so lovely with just a touch of white pigment ink. Love it! Thank you so much for sharing with us at the Tic Tac Toe Challenge this week!

  3. This is just beautiful!!! Love the touches of white ink on your border.

  4. This edge die is perfect for a CAS card. I like how you added blue, creating white rubbed spots. This looks really inspiring!

  5. Love how elegant this is with the dainty border!

  6. CAS perfection. Thanks for sharing with us at Use Your Stuff


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