Friday, 4 April 2014

CASology

Evening all.
Not a particular sunny day but pleasant non the less. 
I have been prowling around my craftroom this aft trying to make something for a DT but although I know what I want to do it wont quite come together. So I have left it for the moment and put the little grey cells to this weeks CASology cue card.


Everyone is asking for funny cards this week, I suppose its because of April Fools Day.

Shame my little monkey isn't really CAS enough for the ladies at CASology so I thunk and came up with a very simple (for me) card.


The moustache has been embossed in black embossing powder and the sentiment was computer generated.
I used kraft paper for a change, it certainly gives a masculine effect. I mounted the panel on a simple white A6 top fold base card.

Well that's it, for that challenge now back to my little DT problem!
Thanks for taking the time to visit and bye now.

PS  A fellow blogger mentioned to me a new blog Paper Crafting Challenge and their theme is Masculine so I may enter here as well!

7 comments:

  1. This is ultra CAS, and I LOVE the mustache, so great, I am partial to it of course, and my hubster has the best one!!! Thanks for joining us at CASology!!!!

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  2. This is really cute. Thanks for playing along at CASology this week.

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  3. Ha ha ha, perfectly CAS and so funny! Thank you so much for joining us this week at CASology!

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  4. Such a fun card love the mustache Love Alison xx

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  5. OH, your card is absolutely CAS yet clever! Love your computer generated sentiment. Thanks so much for playing with us at CASology.

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  6. I just adore this, and it is also perfect for another new challenge
    ----- Love to see you link up to Paper Crafting Challenges – newer card challenge that has 10 more days to play and this theme is Masculine!! Love to see you there! What a great masculine card! ------------Thanks!

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  7. Welcome! Thanks for joining us at Paper Crafting Challenges, so glad you linked up your creation to the Gallery!

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