Saturday, October 22, 2016

JUST US GIRLS #366 Photo Week


Hello and welcome, crafty friends! It's my turn as hostess at JUST US GIRLS, and for Photo Week, I've picked this adorable picture of a black cat atop a pumpkin. Great for all those last minute Halloween cards or projects! But even if you don't celebrate Halloween (or you're already sick of it, wink!), you can use the colors or images as inspiration. Here's the incredibly CAS card I made:


 This card is so CAS, it's making me itchy! LOL! I let some patterned paper do all the work. I was going to leave it with just that main image, but like I said, it was making me itchy. So, I used a jack-o-lantern punch and added a strip at the bottom. 

So, what inspires you about that image? The black cat? The pumpkins? Those pretty red mums in the background? Why not make something and link it up at Just Us Girls! We'd love to see your take on it. While there, please visit the blogs of my teammates and our Guest Designer, Jaydee, for more ideas, and leave them some bloggy lovin!

Thanks for visiting, and I hope you have a great day!

I'd like to enter this at Naughty or Nice Challenge #32



Supplies:
DP: G45 - Happy Haunting
Ink: Ranger DI - Black Soot
CS: Bazzill; scraps
Accessories: Fiskars - pinking shears, pumpkin punch
Adhesives: SA by 3L - Thin 3D foam squares; Recollections - red tape

18 comments:

  1. Fabulous card, although it is very CAS I'm not too itchy there is a lot of coloured space lol.

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  2. LOVE this....you had me at the vintage image! But that little line of pumpkins is cute too!

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  3. Love the vintage feel and the row of Jack-O-Lanterns! Nice job Chris! Have a great day!

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  4. SOO cute! I'm totally down with the CAS Halloween card.. get 'er done! But I didn't even notice it was CAS because you done good...
    Never tire of Halloween! Halloween year-round!

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  5. Great image, Chris. You sure challenged us this week.

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  6. Hmm, Halloween theme, black cat... nope, nothing here to inspire me. LOL! I love how Graphic 45 papers really can carry a card. But I also love the little added jack o' lanterns at the bottom! And glad you hooked up with us at Naughty or Nice Challenges!

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  7. Great card, I love all the elements of this little beauty! Thanks for playing along over here at Naughty or Nice, Jo x

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  8. Love your comment about leaving it CAS made you itchy! So funny! This is so cute. Perfect paper for the challenge!

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  9. Oh, I love the vintage look of this card. I'm guessing it's G-45, right? Super cute and great take on the photo, well done!

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  10. I love the vintage vibe you have going here! That image is so cool and I love your little row of jack-o-lanterns, too. Great choice for our challenge this week!

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  11. Hey Chris! I love the vintage feel of the card! I like that you let the image do the work! If you had done any more to it you would have lost that vintage feel! I love it the way it is! Super cute! Thanks for joining us at Naughty or Nice Challenges! Cyndi, DT

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  12. Such a fun border Chris~wonderful image to work with too!

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  13. May be simple but perfect for this weeks inspiration photo. Love it when something comes together easy peasy. Makes up for the times we spend hours working on some other projects.

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  14. Itchy..... haha! Love this, Chris! Such a sweet vintage image, and I really like the border you added to the bottom!

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  15. Chris, I love the photo inspiration you chose and your vintage style card is so sweet. I love that you added the pumpkin border, too. Thanks for having me along as GD this month
    hugs
    jaydee

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  16. What a great image - I love the addition of your fancy border! Thanks for playing along at Naughty or Nice :)

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  17. I love all things vintage! Really adorable card that makes me feel happy :) Thanks for sharing with us at NON :)
    Sara DT

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