Thursday, October 13, 2011

CAS-ual Fridays Challenge #24

This weeks CAS-ual Friday is really fun!  Make a Halloween card with NO orange!  Here is my non-orange card...

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This card was super duper easy!  I took PTI's Smokey Shadow cardstock and ran it through using the Linen side of the impression plate.  (I say that A LOT don't I?)  But before I put the paper down on the plate, I gently rubbed Fresh Snow Ink on the top....gently....very.  THEN I ran it through and I think it looks so fun! And then there is that little ghost!  I have said before I am not a Halloween type girl...but I am sorta diggin' my ghost here!  I drew him and then cut him out and gave him eyes!  I popped him up on pop dots and added a  Harold's Alphabet "Boo!".  OH and I rounded a corner...I say that a lot too!  :)

Here is this weeks challenge...


Can't wait to see your creations!  Go check out the CAS-ual blog to see some more NON-orange Halloween cards and to check out the prize for the week!  Our sponsor is Clear Dollar Stamps!

Thanks for coming by!

28 comments:

  1. I'm diggin' him, too! You are such a clever girl - REALLY love the effect of the faint white on the dark gray background. It almost looks like a scary, staticky movie - KWIM? Genius, girlie - shear genius!

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  2. I love this card, it's so simple and yet so - well - ghostly!
    Orange is not missing at all.

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  3. Boo! I'm digging your ghost too! Love what you did with the linen impression plate! The touches of white are perfect.

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  4. Cutest card EVA!!! I love the white ink on that IP! Seriously, this is adorable.

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  5. love how you inked the impression plate slightly and the ghost is so cute, love this card!!!

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  6. What a fun way to add depth to the card base--the inked impression looks great. Love your hand-drawn cutie of a ghost!

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  7. Tough challenge but you nailed it!

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  8. Love your ghost! He is so cute! You did a great job with the background. So cool!

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  9. Hey Casper! LOL! This is so simple and outstanding! I love it!

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  10. Very cute little ghost - nice CAS card!

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  11. Oh my goodness, this is adorable and PERFECT! LOVE, love, love!

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  12. Too cute to spook Laurie!!!! Adorable little ghostie!

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  13. Oh... too cute! Great CAS!! Gonna look around a bit and add you to my google reader! :)

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  14. Oh this is the best ghost card ever! Love how you did that background with the impression plate and white ink.

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  15. Lovin' that technique you used to create the background!!! Very cool! And your little ghosty is super duper cute!

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  16. Super cute card!!! Your ghost reminds me of Linus in Charlie Brown's Great Pumpkin Escape! TFS! ;o)

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  17. I'm diggin your ghost too Laurie! With a few little dust swirls he could be pigpen from the Charlie Brown cartoon; you know the great pupmkin one LOL!!!

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  18. This card totally made me smile. And I needed a smile today. TFS!

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  19. The letterpressing is great with this! It gives that cardstock a super fun look! Your handcut ghost is adorable!

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  20. What is it with that impression plate? I think I need to attend an addiction clinic for it - I can't stop using it either and now I've seen your gorgeous results from inking it I'm in deep!!!
    A seriously fabby orange-less Halloween card - totally spooktacular!
    Hugs,
    Aimes
    x

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  21. This is adorable! Love that little ghost and I must ask where do you get this linen impression plate you keep referring too, I think I must have one! Thanks for playing this week at CAS-ual Fridays!

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  22. It is good to show ghost image in front of black color,it really helps to understand the theme of card.
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