Thank goodness for some very creative and talented people out there in blogland who share their beautiful creations.  I was so inspired by a couple of cards that I CASEd (Copy and Share with Everyone) them.  And here they are all ready for Christmas mailing.

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The falling snow was created by flicking masking fluid on the card base and then sponging with various blue inks over the top of it.  Once done sponging, the masking fluid was easily rubbed off to show the white card base beneath.  A 1″ circle punched from masking paper was used for the moon and torn masking paper was used for the hills.

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So fun I had to do several!

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CASed from Heather Telford.

This card is being entered into a couple of challenges this week:

Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge:  “TO THE MOON”

Less is More: Week 198 Theme “MORE THAN ONE TREE”

Absolutely adored the sketch on this second card.

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And you can’t go wrong stamping random blobs.

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It was a blast… obviously!

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CASed from Wilma.

Thanks to Heather and Wilma for the inspiration!

Happy Crafting!
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Card 1:

Stamps: Flourishes “Forest of Trees”; PTI “Silent Night”

Papers: PTI Select White

Inks: SU Bashful Blue, Ballet Blue, Night of Navy and Lavender Lace; Memento Tuxedo Black

Accessories: Masking Fluid; Masking Paper; 1″ Circle Punch

 Card 2:

Stamps: SU “Gorgeous Grunge” and “More Merry Messages”

Papers: PTI Select White and New Leaf

Inks: SU Real Red, Garden Green and Basic Black

Accessories: Silver Star Brad

28 Responses to “A CASEd and CAS Christmas”

  1. What a gorgeous job of masking and blending on the first card . . . just fabulous! I also love the quirky angel on the second card and the ‘grunge’ look gives it a contemporary feel! Hazel x

  2. Beautiful cards. Heather is great at inspiring us – You did a great job and the grunge cards make you Happy.

  3. Two fabulous sets of cards Susan, love the scene you’ve created on the first and all those gorgeous splats on the second. Carol x

  4. wow, gorgeous sets of cards. i really love the tree card best, altho receiving eihter one will surelybe a treat for your friends!

  5. Gorgeous cards Susan, they’re both beautiful. The recipients will be thrilled and delighted!

  6. WOW Susan – You are well on your way to getting ready for Christmas! The first CAS card is beautiful. I love the shading, masking and of course the one layer fabulousness! Just starting to check my 800 emails that arrived while we were on vacation – I know there are some really good ones in there. I think I saw another post from Rainy!! TFS… Barb

  7. Gorgeous creations, Susan! I am so impressed by the snowy scene you created. It is without a doubt breathtaking and one of the most beautiful Christmas cards I’ve see.

  8. Your snow cards are incredibly gorgeous, Susan! I’ve always admired Heather’s work and you did such a beautiful job with your masking and sponging techniques. Love the colors and festivity and fun yet simple sketch of your second set of cards. You’ve been busy!

  9. Beautiful cards. Your blobby one is so simple but looks good but I have to admit loving the scene you’ve created!!

  10. Susan, just had to come over from LIM and tell you how much I adore your first card – what a lovely design! I think I’ll be CASEing yours!

  11. Look at you all ready for Christmas…fabulous cards, Susan!!!! I loooove the first set with that awesome scene…sooo classy and your spatters on the second set are sooo fun and festive!!!! Hope all is well with you and your family…it’s been a while!!!!

  12. Oh my your first card is just gorgeous, such a lovely peaceful scene!! your second card is such a fun design!

  13. Wow! What an amazing collection of cards! I love the gorgeous scene that you created on the first and the ink splattered background on the second! Thanks so much for joining along with the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge!

  14. The first one is stunning and the second one is SO FUN! I would never have thought to use Gorgeous Grunge that way!! 🙂 Looks like you’re getting close to ready!! 🙂

  15. What absolutely stunning cards Susan, I am a devotee of Heather Telford too!
    You have done an amazing job here!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    “Less is More”

  16. Your card sets are all amazing, and I had a feeling the first design was cased from Heather! It must be what Buffalo NY looks like today! lol They’re all so pretty, and you’re well on your way to getting those holiday cards finished up well ahead of the game!

  17. Hi Susan,
    I love it how you CASed my card, they are gorgeous. Great colours. And the first one is an amazing one. I love the design and colours. Luv, Wilma

  18. Two fab makes – and a big well done on batch making some stunners!

    Kathyk

  19. WoW! You’ve been ultra busy Susan
    What a fantastic array of cards – I’m not good on mass-production but these are Tree-mendous. Love the LIM one in particular.
    Such a professional inked snow scene.
    Thanks so much for sharing and taking part.
    Sarah xx
    Less is More

  20. Two very different & equally lovely card sets. Those splats are amazing. Love the bright traditional colors of the palette against that crisp white background. Loved the way you set the green at an angle…great layout. Heather is an inspiration to me, as well, when I see those sponged snowy banks. Yours turned out splendidly and your beautiful trees grace these snowbanks so icily. Good job on the CASE-ing. TFS

  21. That first card is amazing!! LOVE the snowy scene you created!! Such a fun second card with the splatter too 🙂 Great work time s two!

  22. Your first card is gorgeous, Susan. The second one I’ve seen with the masking fluid spatter. I guess I’m going to have to get some. The second card is so fun and festive.

  23. Two beautiful sets of cards, love your tree scene
    Thank you so much for joining us at Less is More
    Anne
    LIM Designer

  24. Very pretty cards, love your winter scene!

  25. So glad you were inspired, Susan. I love them both. What a great way to use the grunge stamp – very festive.

  26. Wow these cards are amazing! Love the scenery cards the best! So very pretty! Thank you so much for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. Hugs, Sandra

  27. Beautiful cards! Thanks for sharing!

  28. Love them both, but that “random blob” card is exceptional. Will have to pin that one for future reference, since my Christmas cards are already done. Thanks for sharing them with us.

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