Stampendous CAS Challenge...Oh, Joy!

It's Saturday once again (just in case you weren't sure), which means it's time for a Stampendous post again. For the month of October, our challenge is to create CAS (clean and simple) holiday cards, in other words...something you wouldn't mind making in mass quantities. Personally, I create a large variety of cards to mail for the holidays, but I do tend to do in groups of five or ten of each style. In this case, I created a set of three, complete with envelopes to match. It just happens that the stamp images that I used for this set, the Stampendous Jumbo Cling Sparkle Joy set, is the prize YOU could win by playing along with us this month. Just link your CAS creation to the Linky on the Stampendous Impressions blog. You can submit as many times as you would like up until November 3rd, 11:59 EST, and using the Stampendous images is not a requirement...but we love it when you do! :)
My set uses these pretty pastel tall cards from DCWV that I've had sitting around forever, and kept forgetting that I had. I stamped and embossed the Joy image with Versamark ink and Winter Wonderfland embossing powder (white with glitter in it...perfect for winter!). Then I cut panels of this cute MME paper and stamped and embossed the Snowflakes image from the same set. The addition of half of a Jumbo Class A' Peel Velvet Snowflake, and one Pink Dot Sparkler were the only embellies. I used coordinating Memento inks to stamp the snowflakes on the matching envelopes. Super simple! Check out the rest of the team blogs:



Comments

Lynlee said…
LOVE this card!
Taylor U. said…
These are so great Pam - love these colors for holiday cards!
Cheryl said…
OOh so colorful and fun! Love these!
Melinda said…
Your set is so festive! I love the pastel with your choice of patterned paper. It really makes the white of your sentiment and snowflake pop. Terrific set!
Pam said…
So colorful & fun!
Wendy said…
I LOVE these!! I am pretty new to CAS and I didn't think that patterned paper was the thing to do. Thanks for the enlightenment!!
wendyp said…
love the nontraditional colors!!! And that stamping on the pattern paper...very cool!!!

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