CASology #40 (Word)

A quick post to to share a card for CASology, where the Cue Card is ‘Word’ …

CASology 40          CASology 40a

I cut the panel using Cricut Plantin Schoolbook, then sliced up Bazzil/AC card to go behind each word and fixed it to the base.  The panel was popped up with dimensionals and the ‘spaces’ in the letters added back in.  Instead of leaving the spaces for the dots on each ‘i’, I added a little gem in the same colour as the card beneath.

We have the Anciens Combattants parade (Veterans) at church today, so I’m off to put on my finery … have a Happy Sunday!  Thanks so much, as ever, for coming by, your visits and comments are a delight!  Anita 🙂

25 thoughts on “CASology #40 (Word)

  1. Ardyth

    LOVE! This is a perfect example of how a fussy process (a lot of work went into this) can still end up with a CAS card. Thanks for playing along with us at CASology this week!

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  2. Rosemary D

    another wonderful take on the cue word, anita! love how you used the gems for the “I”s. I always enjoy seeing what you come up for each cue word!

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  3. Judy1223

    Anita, you never didappoint! Another wonderful CAS card…I love the various languages and the pretty colors behind each “thank you.” Thank YOU for playing along at CASology again this week!

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    1. Colleen F

      Anita…you are too clever for your own good!! LOL! You always stretch the imagination a bit more than me and come up with wonderful designs…this is another one of those cards. did you emboss just once…no! Multiple times! It is awesome! Great job!

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  4. Geri G

    Brilliant choice of colors!!! Everyone of your gorgeous Cricut creations has me closer to ordering some type of electronic cutter! This is fabulously clean and graphic! Love the font! Wouldn’t a whole set of these (paired with some jazzed up envelopes) make the absolute perfect gift? Yep, you could go into business girl!

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  5. Geri G

    Forgot to say the most important thing….you totally nailed the ‘WORD” cue card – both with your literal interpretation and perfect execution of said interpretation! I’m calling Winner on this one!!!

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  6. Bev

    Geri’s right. This has ‘winner’ written all over it. (oh silly me–it says ‘thanks’) Wonderful card, super the way you’ve got a rainbow of blues and greens behind it. I love this. You rocked this challenge. Killer sweet.

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  7. kimheggins

    Anita….winner winner, chicken dinner!!! This is another winner card if I ever saw one. I love it and your words are lined up so stinking perfect too. And your colors behind your words is so sweet and soft, really makes for a very thoughtful thank you card. And yes, I have lime green toes, it is my favorite color and during the summer I alternate between lime green and orange/black on alternating toes (I love baseball and the San Francisco Giants are my favorite team and their colors are orange and black).

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  8. Darnell

    Wow, Anita, this is dazzling. It’s amazing what those machines can do, as is the creativity of your design. You are always a star at CASology!!

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  9. Jenny M

    Well everyone else has pretty much said what I was going to say!!!
    You are a whizz with your Cricut, love the typography style and the coloured strips just take it too another level :0)
    Jenny x

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