Wednesday, December 9, 2015

WWC46 - Jean's Masculine CAS Challenge

Welcome to our new Watercooler Wednesday challenge.  This week we feature a type of challenge we haven't posted before, and that's Jean's CAS challenge.  What is CAS?  CAS is an acronym for "clean and simple".  Generally speaking that would mean keeping layers to a minimum, leaving quite a lot of white space, and having no embellishments or a minimal number.  White space does not have to be white.  It can be whatever colour the mean layer of the card happens to be.  Is that as clear as mud?  Jean has tweaked her CAS challenge just a bit more by making it a masculine challenge.

Doesn't that look debonair?  You will find, as you look through the wonderful samples our Watercooler Artists have created, that there are a great many ways to create a CAS card.  And then, when you are filled to the brim with inspiration, create your own CAS card and link it up for us to see.  For details on how Jean and the other Watercooler Artists created their projects, just click on the name underneath and you will be taken to that blog post.

And now it's your turn.  You can join us by linking up your creation with the InLinkz at the bottom of this challenge.

          1.  This must be a new project---no back-linking to a previous post.
          2.  You must link your project back to our challenge (details at top of page).
          3.  You must link directly to your post, not simply your general blog.
          4.  Please link to no more than 4 challenges, including ours.
          5.  Have fun!

Please use the link-up below to share your project.  This Linky will close on Monday, December 14th at noon, Mountain Standard Time.

1 comment:

  1. Great challenge - I'm going to get started on it now! Jackie, I literally squealed when I saw your 'Snow Wars' card! LOL :)


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