This first card was made for two different challenges this week.  Dynamic Duos is the first challenge.  I didn’t have anything with the color “Pear Pazzazz”, so a couple of Copics were blended to (hopefully) get close to it.  Also, PTI’s “New Leaf” cardstock was used with the hope that it, too, is a close enough match to “Garden Green”.  The second challenge is the CAS(E) This Sketch Challenge.


Challenge 1: Dynamic Duos #63 — Challenge 2: CAS(E) this sketch! #38

I have had this paper pad called “Camp-a-Lot” for some time now so was excited to use it on this week’s CAS-ology Week #55 – Camp Challenge.  A large sentiment used with a couple of different paper patterns made this a quick and simple card to make… just the ticket for a great guy card.


CAS-ology Week #55- Camp

Happy Crafting!
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Card 1

Stamps: CAS-ual Friday Stamps “Casual Elegance” and “Calm and Gentle”; SU “Express Yourself”
Papers
: PTI Vintage Cream and New Leaf
Inks
Memento Tuxedo Black; Copics:
Accessories
: Gingham Ribbon; KaiserCraft Pearl; Corner Rounder Punch

Card 2

Stamps: SU It’s Your Birthday
Papers
: PTI Fine Linen; Bo Bunny “Camp-a-Lot Collection” Designer Paper
Inks
: SU Garden Green
Accessories
: SU Rope Twine

16 Responses to “Three Fun Challenges!”

  1. You’ve got Pear Pizzazz with your Copics. Love greens and they are all so pretty on your cards!

  2. Great use of the DP to get a camp feel! Thanks so much for playing along with us at CASology this week!

  3. Yes, I agree, love the Designer papers!!! I am a bigtime paper Fanatic, so this is awesome!

    Thanks for joining in the CAMPY fun at CASology this week!

  4. The first card is a great take on the sketch, but I gotta say I {heart} the second card!! 😀

  5. Love your CAS card and your colouring!
    Thanks for playing along at Dynamic Duos this week!

  6. Brilliant take on the CTS#38 sketch! Love the greens with the pop of the black gingham ribbon.
    Your camp card is another fab design, Susan. The large sentiment combined with the pattern papers and rope make for a perfect guy card.

  7. Love your branches and how you colored the leaves with the different greens. A great focal point!

  8. I really admire the way you combined the challenges into your cards with such ease! I love that earthy rope twine on the 2nd card!

  9. Both cards are beautiful, Susan…love the greens in the first and your second card is such a fabulous design for a guy….love the papers and how you used the heavy cording!!!!!!

  10. Gorgeous cards Susan, love the first one, it has such a lovely design.

    Have a wonderful weekend!

    Love
    Maarit

  11. I still have that old Garden Green, but no Pear Pizazz. Trying to use up the old papers, but it’s happening very slowly. I love the simplicity and the sweet image on your first card. The Camp-A-Lot paper is one of those pads I fell in love with and had to have, but there it sits. It’s on my “never been used” list and it’s going to get used real soon. It’s great for a masculine card or anyone who likes the outdoors look. Love how you used it with the string and that great sentiment. Wonderful guy card! Thanks for inspiring, Susan!

  12. love your take on the cue word… thanks so much for playing along with CASology!

  13. I love your idea for the sketch in the first one, great idea using a stamp for the different heights and the second makes for a neat guy card

  14. Lovely cards! You sure know how to rock with green!

  15. Three fun challenges and fantastic cards! Love them a lot!

  16. Great cards, Susan! The first one is a great take on the sketch. And the second is a perfect use for the patterned paper. Don’t you just love using up supplies! No matter how hard, I still wind up buying more thank I can use!

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