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Thursday, January 8, 2015

CAS fun

A very good morning to all!
I am currently in CAS mood nowadays, almost every card I made in recent times is a CAS card, sharing 2 cards which I made yesterday evening.

The first one up is a one layer card, stamping done sparingly on it. The sentiment is computer generated. I used a quote, "Simplicity and complexity need each other", and added the next line on my own...I love adding my own words too...I have a feeling that soon I will be coming up with my own words for the sentiment ;)...I can totally blame it on my reading habits :O

The two interlocking hearts are from Paper Smooches - Sweet hearts. I used in opposite colors of red and green. this card is all about opposites, I was inspired by the One Layer Simplicity Challenge. I have a total of 6 sets of opposites on this simple card...keep guessing, I will list those at the One layer Simplicity Challenge description below.

That's it, nothing really to go on and on about this card, but it will be on one of my favorite cards list. Hope you can see through eyes, why I love it...and you like it too.


 Linking this card with:

One Layer Simplicity
 I have many opposites here :
1. Green and Red
2. Black and white
3. Simplicity and Complexity
4. You and Me
5. The fonts - Cursive and printed
6. Hearts - Big and Small

CASology
 Here is another interpretation of the cue -  Convincing someone for a date with words ;)
I hope you can understand where I am coming from :)


 Virginia' View Challenge
Another clean entry here, I need to check how many cards I can add to this challenge ;)

Paper Smooches Sparks Anything goes
 The only stamping I have done is using the Sweet hearts from Paper Smooches stamps.



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The second card is also a simple one with monochromatic color scheme.
I chose to do sponging here, and faded it as I went up, and added the feathers in the same color plus few rhine stones as well.
The stamp set which I won from STAMPlorations arrived a day before, so put use to this new set - I stamped the typewriter and the sentiment, fussy cut it to add it on the card, using foam adhesive on both, and done. Hope you all like this one too!



Linking this one with:

Colour Me

 NBUS Challenge

Used the new stamp set from STAMPlorations.

 STAMPlorations Anything goes
Used the trendy feathers and the typewriter set for this.


Thank you for stopping by, I really appreciate your kind  feedback :) Have a great day!


21 comments:

  1. Two gorgeous cards, Rahmat! On your first card, I love the sentiment and the font is beautiful! Love your monochromatic card, too! The typewriter is so cool!

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  2. WOW, awesome challenges, so glad CASology is one of them -YAY!! What awesome CAS design with the lovely sentiment and LOTS of opposites, YES!!!

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  3. Such very pretty colours, a lovely card! Hazel x

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  4. Dear Rahmat waaaah bagus sekali kartu ungu (purple )nya love this...hope you understand my Indonesian Words...I love that feathers stamp too and I have just got in my post at Januar after my order to shery at December I am sooo happy....I will use it one day Rahmat and love that typewriter too its so versatile stamp and I dont have it (too bad)
    I just see your card at Colour me challenge and jump here to give you a love...
    the first card is a great idea with ONE LAYER card this time...and I know at CASology you are a queen of the CAS card...
    About sending something from Macao you have not think about it..
    I have much DIE cut (cut out) from my friends here in Europe I have to use it right :)
    also its ok if I can send you my card and some goodies and you have not to think to send back..many thanks Rahmat for the answer..hugs, Monika (I need your address please mailing me?)

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  5. Two fantastic cards. Thanks so much for playing along at CASology this week.

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  6. Two great cards. Fun typewriter card and lovely CAS card.

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  7. Gorgeous - you have a lovely, elegant style! That font is so beautiful! So glad you joined us at OLS and CASology this week!

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  8. Beautiful cards Rahmat! Thank you so much for sharing with us at CASology!

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  9. Umm yes to purple and white space. I am trying out the white space technique now. Your creation with the purple and white is gorgeous.

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  10. Rahmat, what pretty cards...again! Glad you are enjoying the CAS style...I can tell! I love your mix of quotes and your own words...they fit perfectly! Cool mix of red and green for the hearts, too...clever! Thanks for joining us again at CASology!

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  11. Good job on your CAS designs and flawless execution, Rahmat! I love them both, but I was really taken with how clever you were with all your "opposites" on the CASology card! Well done!! And, of course, I love the typewriter!! Thank you so much for linking again to my NBUS Challenge #3!! Hugs, Darnell

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  12. I totally agree with Darnell, these are both incredible!! Your first card is beautiful and love all the different opposites, very clever. Your purple card has the most amazing colouring and the typewriter is perfect. Your a wonderful CAS designer!!

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  13. These cards are beautiful! Thanks so much for joining the fun with the Paper Smooches SPARKS challenge!

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  14. Love the clean simplicity of your card, and the rhinestone studded feathers are beautiful! Thanks for sharing your creation with us at the CMCC, Rahmat!

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  15. Sooooo lovely! you captured the feel of the image perfectly! Thank you for joining us at Colour Me!

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  16. Stunning!! With so many entries at Darnell's NBUS challenge blog I picked your card right out! Wonderful design : ) I love the typewriter.

    Patti

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  17. Your one layer is awesome! Well done, Rahmat! So glad that you join the fun over Virginia’s View “Clean Slate” Challenge!

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  18. Lovely cards Rahmat! I love the purple shading on the second card.

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