CASology #37 (Hope)

What a wonderful cue card at CASology this week (Hope) … a perfect choice for Easter … so I made a card for you all …

CASology 37

I love the image, it’s so celebratory … it’s from Stampendous, stamped and embossed in white, and the ‘Hope’ is cut with Cricut Lyrical Letters with the ‘middles’ added back in.  I added a grosgrain ribbon, the green sequins topped with pearls, rounded the corners of the base panel and popped it up on foam dots.  Voila … to wish you and all those you love and hold dear a Happy and Blessed Easter full of hope and joy.

Off to enjoy the creative delights all the other CASologists have come up with this week.  Thanks so much for coming over, your visits and comments are a delight!  Anita 🙂

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15 thoughts on “CASology #37 (Hope)

  1. Ardyth

    Beautiful card and so appropriate for the cue card and for Easter. Thanks so much for playing along with us at CASology this week!

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  2. Sharyn Polesel

    I love your card…..so lovely! Thanks for the kind comment you left on my CASology card. I really appreciate it!

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  3. kimheggins

    Anita, this is amazing! What an awesome stamp too, it really fits this challenge and your colors are so soft and rich, perfect for your beautiful cross. Wishing you and your family a wonderful Easter!

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  4. Rosemary D

    the cross is the most perfect example of hope, anita! your card is amazing!! sending you Easter blessings!!

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  5. Kelly Griglione

    Indeed, what a beautiful image this is! Great choice to put it on a dark background and then emboss in white. The rounded corners really work well on this design too. Hope you had a wonderful Easter yesterday, Anita!

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  6. Geri G

    A single image with only one word that carries such strength! The bold purple color is the ideal backdrop for his message. I love how you rounded the corners on the mat – works great with the stones in the center. Beautiful!

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