CASology #42 (Care), Addicted to CAS #12 (Rainbow)

At CASology this week, the cue card is ‘Care’ … create some happy mail for someone … and at Addicted to CAS, Christine has chosen the code word ‘Rainbow’.  In my mind, these two themes were made for each other, so here’s a combined card based around a Winnie the Pooh quote …

CASology 42, ATCAS 12

I wanted to see if I could create the illusion of translucence so cut the balloons in vellum (Cricut Stretch the Imagination) and coloured them with Promarkers.  They’re attached with Invisidots for Vellum (no worries about sticky stuff showing through), have hand drawn strings and bows, and are bobbing about above a double embossed line.  The sentiment was done on the computer using Sacremento font.  Pooh was right … it’s practically impossible to be uncheered with a balloon!

Hope you’re having a Happy Sunday … thanks so much for coming by, I do appreciate your visits and comments!  Anita 🙂

           

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33 thoughts on “CASology #42 (Care), Addicted to CAS #12 (Rainbow)

  1. Karen M

    Hi Anita, fab card! Wonderful rainbow of colours on those pretty balloons and cute Winnie the pooh wisdom! I just got my card in on time too!

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  2. LOLI

    Hola Anita, fantastic card!!!and the translucent effect AMAZING!!!Well done, i need to try your technique!
    A warm hug from Palma

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  3. Joyce M.

    This card is just so fun and perfect. So interesting to read how you did it, too. Those vellum balloons are so pretty and realistic, and make such a statement all lined up like that. I am blown away by all those hand drawn strings and bows–you must have a very steady hand! Thanks so much for your birthday wishes, too.

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  4. Ardyth

    Oh, sigh! I just love this rainbow, but you knew that I would, right? I never thought to colour vellum, but it works and so well for this – some of the darker edges give the balloons visual dimension! Thanks so much for playing along with us at CASology this week!

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  5. kimheggins

    Anita, you are such an artist and so amazing. Wow…what you did with these balloons is genius and extremely clever. Your hand drawn strings and bows are so “Pooh” too. I love everything about your card.

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  6. Rosemary D

    what a clever card, anita! love your rainbow of balloons and that adorable sentiment! so glad you were able to play along with CASology!

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  7. Jenny M

    Oh my goodness, this makes my rainbow loving heart happy :0) they are spot on perfect balloons Anita :0) pooh was definitely right wasn’t he!!!
    Jenny x

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  8. baileyrosy

    Hi Anita , I love love love your rainbow of balloons simply stunning and beautifully coloured with the pro markers , how you managed to draw those gorgeous strings amazes me they are sheer perfection. Thanks s much for joining us at ATCAS and good luck.

    Marie

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  9. Geri G

    Wow! I’m not alone lovin’ this FABULOUS, GENIUS creation (loved Susan’s words!). You absolutely nailed the translucent look! This is exactly what creativity is all about! You TOTALLY rocked this challenge dear friend. A-MAZING!!!

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  10. Sylvia-Anne

    A fabulous card Anita. The balloons are awesome – what a great way to achieve a translucent effect – love the colouring too!
    Thank you for joining us at ATCAS – hope to see you again!
    Sylvia x

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  11. Jennifer

    Hello! I love this card so much – I’m planning a first birthday party for my son with a balloon theme and would love to purchase this to frame at his party. I was unable to find any other way to contact you about it, so I do hope you’ll receive this comment and be able to reply. Thank you so much!

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  12. Michele F

    Bonjour, Anita!! Thank you so much for including this link on J. McG’s post today!!! I hadn’t been around for this beauty so I’m so happy to see it today!
    xoxo =] Michele

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