Thursday, November 3, 2016

Tic-Tac-Toe: Challenge 21

Each time I enter a CAS challenge, I always wonder:  is it CAS enough?  Some say 'lots of white space' others say 'few added elements'  and 'very little layering' suggests a CAS design. 

At this point, I'm betting you've guessed the row I've chosen will have a CAS square!


My card, using: Home Sweet Home - Use Tiny Die-cuts- CAS

Inside:  ... it looks like Christmas will be a little less Merry without you.
Winnie & Walter cutaways, and  those tiny little Wplus9 Holiday Houses combine beautifully!

I guess the Team will decide, and hopefully let me know if it's CAS enough - which row have you chosen from the Tic Tac Toe challenge 21? 
 
Thanks for spending two little times with me today!
 
=]  Michele



15 comments:

Michelle said...

Oh... polka dots! My very favorite (with stripes a close second!). LOVE, love this CAS beauty. Makes me think that I "neeeed" this cute Wplus9 set!

Barb Ghig said...

I think your card is perfectly CAS, Michele! I love how you arranged your focal point, and your color palette is just beautiful! Great idea to use the polka dot scalloped mat, too...a really lovely card, my friend!

cheryl said...

Oh this is really beautiful card hun the colours and design is so so beautiful gorgeous card nice to follow you too love hugs cheryl xxx

Lisa said...

This is extra sweet with the polka dots and tiny house! Very cute and CAS to me!!

Jeanne said...

You had me at the polka dot background, Michele! And the love word home, along with the sweet home image. Just a great card! :) Hugs!

lostinpaper said...

I'm the same, sometimes cas can feel kinda not so cas lol. I can't see how it really matters, I guess, as long as it seems cas to you. Love that you left the house and trees as line art!

LeAnne said...

I love this! The colors are so soothing! I think it is medium-CAS! I know that the definition of CAS is different to different people; some say one-layer, others just want lots of white space, some say limited elements. Whatever the case, I think the big bold sentiment really makes this a WOW card! And that little scene is darling! You know I love all your stuff anyway!

Bobby said...

This is so sweet, Michele. You have a big white border and that is CAS to me. Your elements are your sentiment and a little scene without which it wouldn't be much of a card at all. ;)

Happy Dance said...

An absolute delight, my friend. You know you had me with the polkie dots... It's a lovely card, and looks like it has plenty of 'white space' to me. I love the house and trees tucked into your sentiment. I do like this one rather muchly! Have a great weekend, and I'm sending some more warm weather your way! Bev

Sharron said...

Looks perfect to me! Love the house & trees in black & white with just a wee bit of color!

Channin P. said...

This is awesome!! I love your muted palette and that you left the images black and white! It's definitely CAS in my book! Thank you so much for joining us at the Tic-Tac-Toe Challenge blog!

Judy1223 said...

Michele, what a sweet card! I love the gray polka dot paper and the pretty bold die cut sentiment! I love that you left the house and tress uncolored, definitely lends a clean feeling to your sweet card! So nice to see you playing along at Tic-Tac-Toe Challenge this week!

Brenda said...

Aww, I am loving this card Michele and the row on the tic tac toe board you used! Your little house and tree dies are so cute as well as the stamps. Love the sentiment on the front and really love the inside sentiment you came up with. Well done my friend! Hugs, Brenda

Anita in France said...

Yum, Michele ... scallops, polka dots and those fabulous bold die cuts paired with the sweet house and dinky little trees ... so cute and sweet! Hugs, Anita :)

Nora N. said...

Of course this is CAS enough!! I LOVE the polka dots and how you tucked the house on top of the m like you did. Great design!!