Tuesday, 22 November 2016

CAS Vintage

I'm back!
Sorry for the late post for this week's challenge over at ATSM but we were disconnected when BT fitted a new line to our neighbours! At least they came just over 24hrs after the fault was reported, shame they disconnected us in the first place! However our land line we have just discovered, is still in fault!
It has shown me how much we have come to rely on our internet connection, the phone you can just about cope with.
Anyway as the young technician has just left I better get on and finish this post!

Over at ATSM our challenge is

ANYTHING GOES

 Here is my card for your inspiration.


A simple vintage style card, LOTV image stamped in Memento Rich Cocoa on Kraft then coloured with Copics and white pencil crayon. Final panel mounted on cream base card.

This week's sponsor is


DRS Designs - a family owned company since 1950 - boasts hundreds of original rubber stamp designs. All images are available fully mounted, completely unmounted or mounted on cling cushion and are proudly hand crafted in the USA.
Our rubber stamp collection includes a wide assortment of images including sentiments for all occasions, easy background designs and fun technique stamps such as our stained glass and plaid designs.
The DRS Designs website features a huge card sample gallery, online demos and tips, a secure shopping area and more. Be sure to visit our daily blog with posts from our fantastic design team for inspiration and ideas.
Prize: $10.00 gift certificate

For more info and inspiration please check out the rest of the DT here


I'd like to join in over at -

"Less is More"
Vintage




11 comments:

  1. Hi Julie this is a stunning card. I hate being without the internet. I am glad your problem is sorted now. Take care. Hugs Jackie

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  2. Glad you've got your internet back! Super card - the Rich Cocoa ink looks fab on Kraft and you've done a lovely job of keeping the colouring soft and vintage. Thanks so much for playing along with us at Less is More :)

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  3. Phew it's awful when the internet goes isn't Julie, and you do realise how much we rely on it. I get quite grumpy if I can't check my social media and emails! hee hee! Anyway back to your card which is stunning and oozes that vintage feel perfectly. Gorgeous image, beautiful colouring and a perfect CAS card. As always thanks for playing along with us at Less is More. Sarah x

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  4. We ertainly don't realise how much we rely on technology these days, until we don't have it!! Lovely to see your work on kraft xx

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  5. I love LOTV designs and this works so well on Kraft card Jules. Love the pencilled snow and the overall vintage look.

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  6. I feel your pain - we all rely on the internet so much these days! Hope it gets properly fixed soon. What a beautiful CAS vintage card - your colouring is so delicate. Thanks for joining us over at The Paper Players this week!

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  7. Glad you're back in contact with the outside world, Julie! Fabulous card, I love the mix of kraft, copics and white pencil. And lovely to see another LOTV image this week, they are great for vintage aren't they.
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    Anita x
    Less is More

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  8. Oh I love this Image Jules and the way you made it vintage is clever
    so CAS so simple and so ooh and aaah
    love your cute image and simple design
    see you around teamie
    big hugs and happy sunday (just have time to comment some DT cards the one who never visit back I let it free LOL I know you will visit back you are a great lady I love being on the same team with you are you stay for the next term Jules?)
    my email is monik1973 at yahoo dot com if you like to chat with me..
    big hugs
    Monika

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  9. Very nice card with kraft paper, the white pencil puts that sled in motion. I like the position of the stamped image towards the bottom of the card. Lovely job.
    pjs-projects.blogspot.com

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  10. Beautiful image and I love the kraft card base. Looks very lovely.

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