Monday, January 11, 2016

CASology Week 179: Simple




One simple word for CASology this week:

Inside sentiment:
"When it seems your supply is near depletion, remember, you have mine, too."
 
Enough said.

Supplies:  Fog card base by SSS;  Letterpress paper for panel and die cut.  Die cut from Wplus9 embossed with Anna Griffin by Cuttlebug;  Mama Elephant panel die.

1/12 E.T.A. a lovely little honorable mention from Joyce at CASology!  Thanks, so very much!



15 comments:

Ardyth said...

Beautiful - love the texture (great idea) and sentiment! So glad you joined us at CASology this week, Michele!

Lisa said...

LOVE this! The world certainly needs this message...thanks!!

TK said...

Absolutely gorgeous! I love that all is so simple with the exception of that beautiful embossing!

Jacquie Southas said...

The texture on the word die cut is fabulous & love the postage stamp edge on the panel, Michele! Thanks so much for playing along with the CASology challenge this week.

Deepti said...

The textured sentiment is so lovely, such an elegant card!

Joyce said...

Stunning, of course, Michele. Wonderful use of texture. Thanks so much for playing along at CASology this week.

Tracey McNeely said...

Simply delish! Thank you for sharing with us at CASology this week!

Chriss Blagrave said...

Truly a jaw dropper and that inside sentiment says it all!

Cat Craig said...

Wow, you are really on point this week Michele. Another stunner.

Karen said...

This is just fabulous! The inside sentiment is perfect, too. I'd love to know what products you used.

Valentyna Komisarenko said...

What a texture!!! Again! On sentiment!!! Love this simple and sophisticated card!

Bobby said...

One simple word - beautiful!

Sharron said...

Love this! The simplicity, the texture--CAS perfection!!

Anita in France said...

Perfect, Michele ... it's that magazine again! Congratulations on your HM at CASology with this beauty! Hugs, Anita :)

Barb Ghig said...

WOW! Don't know how I missed this fabulous card, Michele! I love all the texture on your sentiment and the subtle color palette is stunning! Looks like a winner to me :)