Saturday, February 2, 2013

CASology and Clean & Simple - Day 4

I was up bright and early this morning and was able to get 2 cards made, one for this weeks CASology, the cue card is "game". I do not have many game type stamps, in fact this is the only one I have so I had to make it work. I was fun to play with and is the closest I will ever to get even using one of these controls. I am more of a card or board game person. 

My second card is homework for day 4 of Clean & Simple Card Making 2...I am a bit behind in getting my homework completed and so happy that I have the weekend to get caught up. I only made one of the cards for day 4, but I have to say it was a fun card to make. I kind of messed up the bottom portion of my card trying to use an impression plate that was anything but cooperative! I ran out to Joann's to buy a new one, one that I knew would work like a charm. 

Thanks for stopping by to take a peek at my cards....have a fabulous day!

CASology Card
Solid Card Stock: PTI - White and Pure Poppy
Ink: SU - Real Read, PTI - Smokey Shadow and VersaFine - Black
Stamps: PTI - Boy Basics: Game On and Grunge Me
Pearls: Stash
Die: PTI - Spiral Notepad

Clean & Simple Card
Solid Card Stock: PTI - Black
Ink: VersaMark
Stamps: Paper Smooches - Woofers and Tweeters
Embossing Powder: Stampendous - White
Heart: Stash
Embossing Folder: Cuttlebug - Roman Bath
White Gel Pen: Joyce


  1. Wow Kim, your birthday card is fantastic, what a great card for a gamer! The background is fantastic. Your homework card is also amazing, you created a fantastic scene! Thank you so much for sharing with us this week at CASology!

  2. Both of these cards are just darling. I love your idea for the CASology post. What a great card for a teen--boy or girl, or even someone young at heart who loves to game. And, your PS chalkboard scene is just so cute. I forgot that there was a fire hydrant in that set we got. I'm pinning both of these cards--for when I have time to case you. Super job of catching up on your homework, too.

  3. What a perfect "guy" card! Love those stamps! Thanks for joining in on the fun at CASology this week!

  4. Wow, I know some boys who would LOVE to get that cool birthday card! Great CAS design! Thnaks for playing along at CASology this week!

  5. Great masculine boy card and I love how you used Grunge Me in the background. Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!

  6. Absolutely love the game card - my son would be delighted to get such a card. Great work.

    I do like your take on the homework card - such sweet pups!

  7. How fun, Kim! Your "gamer" card is perfect for the "game" challenge and I love your super adorable blackboard card take you made from our classes! Well done!! I hope you are getting lots of time to craft this weekend. Even tho you are not into football (me, either) ~ go 49ers!

  8. Fabulous 'Game' card, Kim ... love the colour combo! The blackboard card is amazing too ... love those PS images ... and so admire how crisp the white on black is! Anita :)

  9. Both are great cards ~ Fantastic job with the white embossing on black. Great choice of bold colors for the game card, and I love how you have the grunge me set in the background ~ perfect for a teen birthday!

  10. I absolutely LOVE your "gamer" card! I have had this set on my wish list for a long time, have lots of boys in our family that love to play! Guess I should just go over and buy it, huh?! Your blackboard card is super cute too!

  11. It amazes me that despite having a 14 year old boy in the house, it didn't occur to me to make a computer game card! Very clever - I love how you've used all the elements! Thanks so much for playing along with CASology this week!

  12. This dog card from class is so cool! I do remember you, at camp at the Hayes Mansion! Fun to see your terrific work.

  13. what a fun set of cards... the CASology card is fantastic and the perfect boy card! thanks for playing along with CASology this week!

  14. great cards!! that little doogy is so cute!!

  15. Fantastic cards, Kim! I especially love the first one, perfect for a young man. I haven't used that spiral notebook die forever, but now I want to pull it out!