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Sentimental Sundays - Switch It Up

The new Sentimental Sundays challenge is "Switch it up". Try a new style or technique.

My original intent was to make a single layer card but I ended up with a clean and simple (CAS) card. My card is loosely based on the FTL99 from the Clean & Simple Stamping blog. I loved that it was so quick and easy to make. I also used real stamps, instead of digis to switch it up a bit more.

Stop by the Sentimental Sundays blog to download some free digis from Ann of Raindrop Echo Designs, check out the samples from the rest of the DT, and join in the fun for your chance to win.
Thank you for looking!

  • Images: Treasure Life from Close To My Heart
  • Papers & CS: Stampin' Up River Rock CS, Georgia Pacific white CS, DCWV La Creme DP, misc. black scraps
  • Inks: Stampin' Up River Rock, Momento Tuxedo Black
  • Tools: Stampin' Up border punch, Creative Memories corner punch
  • Embellishments: Misc. button & DMC floss


Karen B. said…
Lovely CAS card, I've forgotten about those stamps, I need to pull them out again. Thanks for the beautiful reminder.
Annika said…
Why can't I make anything gorgousle elegant (AND fast!!!) like that!!!????
Meg said…
Beautiful card! I love river rock paired with that cream dp (might have to pull out that mat stack I have!) and your placement of the silhouettes looks fabulous!
jaimie said…
Hi Cheryl,

Your card is very pretty!

Greetings, jaimie
So pretty and soft, love it!
Karin said…
So beautiful! I used this layout on a card too and loved it. I like you color choice as well.
Kimberly S said…
Turned out beautifully Cheryl! I love the CAS cards, and yours is fantastic. :)
Tracey said…
Hi Cheryl, hope you are well. This card is absolutely gorgeous, so elegant :)

Have a great week!

Joanna K said…
In this card CAS is for cute and stunning! Cute as a button (on the card) and stunning as every other creation of yours! Love it ;-)))
Beautiful Cheryl! Love the warm color tones!! Those stamps are beautiful too! I've been playing in a lot of CAS challenges - but I didn't get to participate in this one! Yours is gorgeous!
Shanda Stirk said…
Great card! I love the simple design and that is a really great sentiment! Thanks for playing with us at Stampin' Royalty.
Joanne Gilch said…
Cheryl, lovely! don't you just love to get into the stamps and ink every once in a while. I sure do!
Sandra Farrell said…
Oooooh I love this card. I'm so glad you decided to play with us at Stampin' Royalty this week.
Melissa said…
love your green! very pretty paired with the black--love it!!
chris said…
Hi Cheryl, this is so gorgeous, love the calm feeling it gives.
thanks for your kind comments love chris xx
1CardCreator said…
Beautiful card, very elegant, those colors look beautiful together. ~Diane
Tammy said…
Beautiful CAS card! I love the colors and the sentiment!!
WOW! So stunning! Clean and simple, but striking! Thanks for playing with us at Stampin' Royalty!
Kathy said…
This is beautiful Cheryl. I love the River Rock, black and white combo, looks great together.
Wonderful card!!! Thanks for playing with us at Stampin' Royalty this week! :-)
Fuzzy Slippers said…
Stunning card. I adore the color combo! Thanks for playing with us at SSDS this week. Stop by my blog and enter to win candy! :)
Beautiful card, Cheryl! Thank you for joining us at Paper Play Challenge this week! :)
Zoechaos said…
Love the colour scheme you used and those stamps delightful. A beautiful card thank you for visiting my little place and leading me here. xx Zoe
Nicole said…
HEY CHERYL! You won at Stamp, Scrap and Doodle Saturdays with this CAS card! Congrats!

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