Friday, 11 April 2014


Good afternoon folks. 
The sun is shining and the birds are singing. Mr woodpecker is bashing his head against a tree and I'm sure I glimpsed a dragonfly buzzing across next doors meadow when I walked the dog. Spring is sprung? We'll see.
Since being an honorable mention for the last CASology challenge I have had my thinking cap on trying to get my head around their latest challenge,

Well where to go with this one. Lot's of ideas came into my head but how was I going to turn them into a CAS card? Discussed it with hubby and he only came up with similar ideas. Then this morning I was sorting my recent NitWit purchases and I came across the Summer Splash set. There was a png. file of a hosepipe and then the light went off and voila, here is my card.

I added some drips and splashes then gave them a little bit of dimension with Glossy Accents. The single layer was then mounted on an A6 top fold matching blue base card with the bottom corners round off.
The sentiment finishes of the card.

Well that's that. Thanks for popping by and keep crafting.


  1. Such a great card Julie,fits well with 'Less is More' challenge this week 'A touch of turquoise' too.Thanks for the good wishes too....much appreciated :) Viv xx

  2. Very original and creative (and CAS!) take on this week's Cue Card! So glad you joined us at CASology this week!

  3. Brilliant!! Love this one!! :D x

  4. Julie fantastic CAS card love that image just brilliant. Love Alison xx

  5. what a fun idea and loved ur perfect execution :)

  6. This is a fabulous card! Love it and those wet splashes! Awesome!

  7. Julie, another clever, CAS card! Love the sentiment, so perfect with the image, and the Glossy Accents add a perfect touch! Thanks for joining us at CASology again this week!

  8. Love those lightbulb moments and your clever take on this week's cue word! Love the glossy accents and the blue card base. Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!


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