Hi everyone! Anyone else ready for the weekend? My husband is taking Friday off--his first workday off since the end of December. Woo hoo!
It's time for another CAS-ual Fridays Challenge. This week's challenge is:
It's a travel related theme--maps, things that go, etc.
The theme is pretty broad, but I decided to go nautical again with this card:
Isn't that a sweet sentiment? This card is one of those CAS cards that looks easy but actually involved about 25 steps. I'll spare you all the details. ;)
The little scene in the center was made with different elements from Paislee Press's Daydreamer kit (the boat, the wave, the ring). The sentiment was made by using a circle text path around the (almost circular) ring. I also shrunk some digital map/sea patterned paper, printed it, and trimmed it down to cover the sails. Here's a close-up:
Aren't the map sails cute?
I finished the card by layering die-cut cardstock. I have terrible depth perception, and I didn't get the top layer even the first time. I peeled it up, but I think I warped the paper when I did that. *sigh* I did consider trying to find another color of cardstock (it was my only sheet), but I decided to leave it alone. My husband will get a warped card, and he'll still like it (at least he better!). ha ha
If you want to play along with this week's CAS-ual Friday Challenge, the winner will receive some CAS-ual Friday Stamps:
You can link up your projects HERE.
Thanks for stopping by! Have a great day!
Cardstock: (red) Stampin' Up; (teal) Bazzill
Other paper: (Premium White Photo Paper) OfficeMax
Digital elements: (boat, wave, rings from the Daydreamer collection) Paislee Press; (map paper from Jolly Ole collection) Sahlin Studio, both at The Lilypad
Dies: (Small Circle) Spellbinders