That said, here we are now with the March Challenge. Our CAS Card Challenge is pretty simple: it's straightforward anything CAS goes with the optional color twist. Create a clean and simple card with or without the color we've picked to include. And for March, yellow is the optional color twist. (You can use other colors with yellow.)
- Link up to 3 entries and link up to as many other challenges as you want.
- To qualify for our prizes, you must display the challenge graphic in your blog post. (This is not required if you're linking from online galleries like Splitcoast, Flickr, or Pinterest.)
- Link back to this challenge post (not just our main blog) to encourage others to play too.
We're excited to have a guest designer joining us this month -- the talented Loll Thompson of Stamping with Loll! Loll's our first CAS Card Challenge winner back in January. Take a look at her beautiful CAS card, as well as the awesome makes by the CAS design team!
Loll made a CAS card by fussy cutting a beautifully colored focal image and layering it over vellum and an artsy splattered background.
By going monochromatic, Toni created a bold CAS card.
Karola cleverly used partial stenciling and masking to create this beautiful one layer card.
A splash of watercolor and some spatters set off the butterflies in Linda's gorgeous CAS card.
A bold strip of colors and a simple sentiment make Ksenija's CAS card simply stunning.
Lisa's card is CAS sweetness with the layered patterned paper and die cuts + well-placed sequins