CASology- Garden

Wednesday, 23 April 2014

Hello everyone,
Quickly sharing a card I made inspired by the cue word- garden at CAS-ology Week#92.





'Garden' made me think of butterflies. Although I don't own too many stamp sets at present, out of the ones I have, I tried to dig out those few stamps that I have been over-looking or didn't include in any of my projects yet. And I did find a few small butterfly and dragonfly stamps and also a sentiment I had never used before from the Fiskars-butterfly magic stamp set, that I think would be perfect for a  CAS card.

After stamping the sentiment and the winged creatures, my plan was to keep it as it is. But somehow, the focal point looked slightly off-centered and didn't quite appeal to me. So I decided to add an inch of a strip of a suitable patterned paper on the inside of the card and sliced off an inch of the edge from the card base on the outside, so that the PP is visible on the outside too. (Hope I make some sense here). Anyway, I think the picture does the talking better and I'm satisfied with the results. What do you think?


Thanks so much for visiting me today. Have a nice day!


13 comments:

  1. How do you do this ya...jasleen, CAS is beyond me! Brilliant dear.

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  2. Maybe a little green peeking somewhere will help? Pl excuse an ameteurs remark.

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  3. Definitely a cute card Jasleen. No doubts you have mastered CAS technique :)

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  4. Soo Cute card Jas !.. love the fluttering butterfly and dragonflies.. :)

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  5. very beautiful Jasleen.. love the images and the sentiment!!
    -Berina
    Moxie Craftie

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  6. I loved the addition of pp strip !

    Congrats for top3 in CASE Study challenge !! Keep going :D !

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  7. You captured the feel of a garden perfectly!

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  8. Gorgeous, lovely and sweet!!!! Thanks for joining us Jasleen, always great to see familiar faces of our friends!!!

    Thanks for joining us at CASology!

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  9. Jasleen, that's a lovely card! That strip of pp was genius! Congrats for the feature in Case Study!

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  10. This is such a pretty card, Jasleen! I love how you used all those tiny stamps to create your focal point!

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  11. So pretty, Jasleen ... fabulous pops of colour against all that glorious white! Anita :)

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  12. just gorgeous Jasleen, I love the CAS look of this and your DSP idea is inspired x

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