July 29, 2013

CAS Cards (Written Tutorial)


Happy Monday!!!

Hello my most loyal followers and welcome those of you new to my blog, I hope you all had a fantastic weekend, I had a wonderful time singing  with my sister and friend's as planned and I did a whole lot of cookin!...
Here goes: I made a "Squash Roast Pork" all smothered in ginger garlic rosemary and a dash of salt, a big roast beef done in the slow cooker with tomatoes, cumin, molasses, onion, garlic and correander..On half I made a banic over top when it was near done, (switched it over to the oven to do this) and the other half I made sloppy joes for my oldest son Ryan.. (they are to die for) , and for Michael I made homemade pizza on Painni Bread with my special homemade tomato sauce... Micahel tells me I make the best pizza and coming from a real fussy little guy I will certainly own it..

Today I have 3 cards I want to show you and they were super easy to make! I only had time to write out one tutorial.

Lets start with the "Just a Note" card
(Click on image to enlarge)

What you will need:
Silver/White Cardstock (Fresh Squeezed Stamps)
Silver Stickles
Deco tape
"Just a note" stamp (Fresh Squeezed Stamps)
How to make this card:
5" by 4 1/4" Silver Cardstock (free kit from Paper Made Bakery)
then 5" by 1 3/4" White Cardstock
  • Adhere white cardstock in center of Silver Cardstock as shown.
  •  Add a strip of deco tape in the center of the white cardstock , * (You could also cut strips of paper to get the same effect if you don't have deco tape or washi tape.), trim edges with scissors
  • Add a bloom topped with a little sparkle by using silver stickles by Tim Holtz...(My bloom was also from a kit from Paper Made Bakery)
  • Add two different size silver sequins randomly to the top right of the bloom along with stickles to give it that little extra shine.
  • Add a sequin to the center of your bloom
  • Stamp your sentiment to the lower right corner on the white cardstock
Easy Peasy!!!
Next ..."I miss you like Crazy" card
I stamped each circle using different colored ink and to get the silver edges (lets see if I can explain this) I used my circle punch and punched out 3 circles , then to only get that small fraction I punched the circle negative of each of the 3 circles )
Okay so I can't explain it , how about a picture?
Products Used:
1 1/4" Circle Punch
1 1/4" Circle Stamp
Pink/Yellow/Blue Ink Pad
White/ Silver Cardstock (Fresh Squeezed Stamps)
Background Stamp (Fresh Squeezed Stamps)
Corner Punch
And..... a "Thank You" Card
 Products Used:
Red/Silver sequins
Chevron Stamp
Pattern Paper (Fresh Sqeezed Stamps)
White/Black Cardstock
Stem stamp (Fresh Sqeezed Stamps)
Black and White Twine
Have a super day!! I hope to see you all on Wednesday  (or hopefully before) when I make my rounds


Karon said...

WOW - what beautiful creations! Love them all! Just goes to show, less can mean more :-)

Vicky F. AKA Crafting Vicky said...

Some fabulous cards and I'm really happy that you got to have such wonderful family time!!! Awesome

ike said...

Oh - very cool and sooo pretty :-) I always struggle with SAC... the urge to add more is soooo strong !!!! LoL
So glad you had a great weekend.... what are 'Sloppy Joes' ??? :-D


jessica said...

These cards are AWESOME my friend!! LOVE the CAS design and thanks for sharing the written tutorials!!! Job well done :)

SarahGeorge said...

Oh! These are such cute cards and you've done some amazing cooking too! Isn't that lovely! Moms always rock! :). Thank you Naomi for your kind visit to my blog and your lovely comments were a real encouragement.



Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

These are all beautiful!!! I am loving those CAS designs!!!

Beckie said...

Fabby cards. You've been busy.

Be blessed, Beckie
Join me for a Just Because Linky Party on August 1st.

Lisa said...

All of your cards are beautiful my friend!! And the tutorials are fabulous!! Yum, the squash pork roast sounds amazing...so does the homemade pizza!! Happy Monday :)

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Jennifer Swandells said...

Great CAS cards Naomi, less is more is definately the way to go, if only I could stop adding........ Thank you for sharing. Hugs, Jen :-) x
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Sherrie K. said...

Gorgeous cards Naomi! Thanks for the tutorials too!
Hope your having a great day!
Sherrie K

yyam said...

Oooooh...sounds soooooo yummy! You will cook for me when I come for a visit? *winks*

Such pretty cards! :)

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