Saturday, September 1, 2018

Thank You, Teacher



Addicted To CAS Challenge #144 is up and running with code word: APPLES. ATCAS Design Team Member, Anja of Scrappietoo is challenge host.

The incredibly wonderful and talented Ksenija is Guest Designer. Her work is Fabulous. I am always inspired by her creativity. Please stop by Ksenija's blog to say hello. You are sure to be inspired as you visit!

Don't forget, as always, Happy Little Stampers is our Sponsor,
and Kylie is generously awarding the winner  a $20.00 gift certificate to the store!

Please remember that this is a CAS challenge. Here is a definition to remind you:


For my card, I used an image and sentiment from the Teacher's Apple stamp set from Papertrey Ink. I stamped the apple image, fussy cut and mounted it on a die cut made with Paper Smooches Notebook Basic die and patterned paper from Authentique's Curiousity Collection.

Please head over to the ATCAS Challenge Blog and see what Ksenija and the Design Team have come up with to inspire you. Join us in the gallery to share your creation, and for a chance to win!

8 comments:

Doni High said...

Hi Stephanie! Great back to school Card! I like the print in the apple.

Ellenor Emilsson said...

Perfect take on the code word :)
Take care.
Ellenor

Ksenija @Sweet Kobylkin said...

Dear Stephanie, thank you so much for your kind words. I love your take on this challenge. This dark red die cut apple stands out perfectly on the vintage note pad. Thank you so much for inviting me as a GD, I am always happy to come back to ATCAS. - Sweet Kobylkin

Susan said...

Terrific card...love it!

Bobby said...

That paper is perfect for a teacher thank you card, Stephanie. The apple looks great in the patterned paper.

Barb Ghig said...

I really love this card, Stephanie! Your vintage report card is fabulous, and I love the rich red pattern on the apple...What a great thank you card for a teacher!

Carolyn Bennie said...

I love this style so very much... amazing card. x c

Anja Curvers said...

Such a great card love the vintage style and the paperpiecing great take on the codeword.