Saturday, August 13, 2011

A Clean and Simple Tilda?

Oh boy - did someone say the forbidden "CAS"? Oh yes. Yes they did. Panic!! lol. Truth be told, I love clean and simple cards. There are some very talented ladies out there who make the most amazing CAS cards and I am very jealous, hehehe.  I just dont 'do' them myself :o)  But yes the challenge this week at Cute Card Thursday is in fact clean and simple... and it was FUN. Oh yes it was heaps of fun.

I inked up little Tilda with balloons (ahem, minus the balloons) and rummaged for some of my favourite Bo Bunny Kitchen Spice papers and went to work.



So just to stay 'true' to myself, hehehe, there is a bit of inking and stitching and some stickles :)
Thanks for visiting me today. I will be back tomorrow with a layout to share with you :)
Hugs x

7 comments:

Rea said...

Adorable, I agree with you I like CAS cards too, as a matter of fact I worked on some today. If you stop by and follow me you will see them when I post. I really like how you used the dotted swiss embossed background on this, I have used it before and it adds so much sweetness to our projects. Hugs

Hélène said...

Cute! i love CAS cards and yours is just beautiful.

Have a great weekend,
Hugs, Hélène

Sandra said...

what a nice crad kylie
gr sandra

Leny Hempen said...

Een heel mooi rustig en lief kaartje.
Een fijn weekend verder.


Gr Leny Hempen

Riet said...

What a gorgeous card Kylie.

Hugs Riet.xx

Louise said...

Hiya gorgeous!
Boy, do I know and understand your point of wiev on the CAS cards! I see sooo many absolute beautiful CAS cards too and you know what - this card is one of the most gorgeous ones I've ever seen!!

Stunningly inked cute to the boot Tilda! Amazing with the embossed cs and then just a strip of awesome patterned paper :) Cool effect with the balloons too!
You're such an amazingly talented crafter!

Love you!
Hugs :)

Melanie said...

I too like CAS cards, it's just when I make one it always seems too simple, it's a matter of getting the contrasts right and this is a great example!