Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Out Loud


I am so excited about the strips of text in this last set of the CAS-ual Fridays release! You can stamp them repeatedly together for a background, or use them as stripes like on this card.

Other sets used here are the Zigs and Zags stamps for the Christmas tree that I cut out following the zig zags and Merry Kiss-mas stamps for the holly and sentiment.

American Crafts Kringle & Co. paper on the inside.



Lots of different possibilities with this set, even just by changing the colors. Here's a Thanksgiving-ish thank you card using the wheat and sentiment from Amber Waves. Just grab a bunch of colors and start stamping the text stripes! These stripes have less of a margin between them so they take on more of a general background look.

Paper for the circle and inside is Crate Paper's Fourteen (yes, it's Valentine's Day paper on my Thanksgiving card ... shhh)

The last three sets will be revealed and for sale at CAS-ual Fridays on Thursday. More inspiration is only a click away with the rest of the CAS-ual Fridays Stamps Design Team:

 Dana

Thanks for looking!
-Kelly

11 comments:

  1. Love your slightly tilted tree Kelly! what a great text background! Your multi inked sheaves of wheat are so pretty!

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  2. Very fun as always Kelly!! Love the way you've used the zigzag pattern to cut your tree!!

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  3. How fun! love the chevron tree!

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  4. These are both fantastic! I am so in love with that tree!

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  5. Kelly both cads are so fabulous. Love the tilted tree!

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  6. Love that gorgeous background stamping and I love how the tree leans.

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  7. Cool tilted tree, Kelly ... those backgrounds are awesome! Anita :)

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  8. Love this tilted tree Kelly . Great set , and beautiful cards!

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  9. Kelly, are you bribing those boys to leave you alone to craft by continually adding to their Halloween stash? You are, aren't you?! This is so flipping great and your cards in the last post? Please, LOVE them!! You are on a real roll making the prettiest cards!! Hugs, Darnell

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  10. Beautiful stamping. Awesome cards!

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  11. Hello dear Kelly and thank You for sharing these two beauties.
    I would never have thought of using these stamps in such a ingenious way!

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