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Friday, September 11, 2015

CASology Moon Challenge.....

Hello Everyone: Well, here I am again with another CAS card to share with you today. I'm truly having a lot of fun with this beautiful and simple style, I've gotten used to a lot of white space left in my cards so I can just focus on the main image like in this card made for the CASology challenge, the theme this week is "MOON", so here is my card.
I had a little difficulty photographing this card, I wanted to show the scoring lines and the piece of transparency I added to this window but, after a bunch of attempts, I had to put the card on the table and this is the only way it was showing, and not to good, I might add.
The window was die cut with a Sizzix Tim Holtz window die that I had for years, I only cut the window, not the box, since this image is suppose to be looking outside.
I stamped the top of one of the pine trees from SU Lovely as a Tree stamp set using Mossy Meadow ink, I sponged the sky with a Stampabilities Royal Blue ink pad I bought at my local craft store. Santa's Sleigh and Reindeer are from the retired SU set called "Holiday Home", stamped with Stazon Tuxedo Black ink as well as the sentiment from SU Teeny Tiny Wishes.
Here is the challenge's banner.I hope you like this CAS card. Please leave me your comments and/questions, I love reading them.
Till next time, hugs from Maria.

9 comments:

  1. Really cute ! Love Santa in his sleigh crossing the moon !
    I just have to get me a window die ! It makes such cute scenes and I love this one of yours !!

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  2. Thanks Sonny, a window die is a must have, I love this one.

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  3. Lovely card Maria and I love the fun take on Santa's sleigh! Thank you for sharing with us at CASology this week!

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    1. Thank you so much Tracey, I really loved this theme.

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  4. Wonderful scene, and who would not want to look out the window to see Santa silhouetted against the moon. What a fun idea. Thanks so much for playing along at CASology this week.

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    1. Thank you Joyce. When my daughters were little and now, with my youngest grandchildren, it's so sweet to see them looking out the windows on Christmas Eve.

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  5. Is that the most beautiful "wood" window frame ever?

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  6. Oh Thank you Mary, I thought of coloring the die cut window, embossing it or just leaving it plain white but then I decided to cut another window with some old pattern paper, so glad I did.

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  7. Wow, I absolutely love this card Maria. Beautiful!

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