Friday, June 29, 2012

CAS-ual Fridays #59

Hello Friends! It's CAS-ual Fridays time again!

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 Theme: Round and Round: use 2 circles in your design (a circle shaped card can count as one of the circles)
Sponsor: The Twinery

I incorporated two circles into this card. One with the masking and one with the twines. This is actually the revised version, my original design has 6 circles and that will not fit into the challenge. Thankfully I can tweak a bit and didn't have to re-make the entire card-phew!
Little Miss Sunshine
Hope you get inspired to join the challenge! Please link up your CAS project/card to CAS-ual Fridays by noon, eastern Time,  July 5, Thursday. I can't wait to see your TWO-circle design! I will be back for "How I Stretch My Stamps" (series 2) on Sunday

33 comments:

yyam said...

Wow! Love the masked circle and the fun twine action! :)

Laura B. said...

Love that fun twine sun!

Barb said...

What a fabulous sun! Love your creativity as usual, V! Wonderful card! :)

onecraftymama said...

I love the twine sun, and that masked bit just GLOWS! Awesome :)

Dawn said...

Great inspiration Virginia. Love the twirly twine.

Lynn said...

Love it Virginia...the touch of inking outside of the sun is perfect.

Donna Bowman said...

Love the masked sun and the twine in the middle! Cute paper too!

Sheila H said...

Your twine sun is so clever! This is a fun card :)

walchowDesign said...

Beautiful design and like your interpretation of the twine as the sunshine! How did you manage to make the twine so neat, Virginia!

Annette said...

totally awesome...love how you used the twine..

Maureen Morton said...

Love the double-duty with the circles.....great texture, too. I need to re-think twine! Thanks for sharing.

Vicky Hayes said...

Brilliant Virginia! I love the combination of patterns and your sun is amazing!

Elizabeth Allan said...

The sun-twined element is fabulous Virginia!

Linda R said...

Inspired indeed.. Such a cute card..

HOpe you have a happy weekend.

Hugs~

sandie said...

great way to use the twine-I bet that wasn't easy! And the effect of the sun rays just makes it look so realistic!

MommaSue said...

What a bright, happy card!

Brenda said...

Awesome way to make that sun Virginia! Gorgeous card.

Lalo said...

LOVE that sun it's so fun!!! Want to see the first one too!!!

Cindy C. said...

Okay Virginia you must imagine I saying this with Tweetie Bird's voice: Ooh I love that twiny sun! :D

BabyBokChoy said...

What a terrific way to use twine and it's sunshiney bright!

Jenny said...

That gorgeous sunshine is mesmerising!! Fantastic card :0)
Jenny x

Rachel W K said...

this is just too cool! it turned out beautifully, love this card :)
-Rachel w k
rwkrafts.blogspot.com

shirley-bee said...

Great use of the twine, Virginia. I love the grasses at the bottom too.

Jen W. said...

Love your fabulous sunshine, Virginia! So bright and cheery!

Vic Lau said...

Wow! I love your creative use of the twine!

MarcyK924 said...

OMIGOSH - this is SO awesome, V!! I can't keep up with all your beautiful creations! This one is just so fun and makes me smile! Hugs, Marcy

Deb said...

Virginia, I love your card! That sun is super gorgeous!

Angie Tieman said...

I love the way you revised this card with the "glow" circle of sunshine around the twine sun! Brilliant! You just whipped up that little change and made it look so easy! You rock!

Christina said...

Love that masked "glow" and the brightly colored twine! Very cute!

Alice Wertz said...

the halo around the sun is so fun! lovely card!

paperella said...

Gorgeous, Virginia! This card totally shines! I love the way you combine different elements and colors with that perfect balance. Plus both having made a twine sun gives me some hope that a bit of your talent may have brushed me ;)
xoxo

Bethany said...

beautiful Virginia! I love the baker's twine in the sun! So pretty :)

chrystinanoel.com said...

I love the way that sun coil came out!!! Did you try twisting it all the way one way/deciding you didn't like it and then twist it the other way?