20 December 2016

CASology : Toast

Hi there!

We are entering the last few days of 2016... and soon we will make a toast to welcome the new year!

This is the direction I took with this week's cue card at CASology... how will you be inspired ?

I can't wait to see!


A closer look:

I used a free clipart image from the web, created a small inside offset to cut it out with my Silhouette cameo.

I stamped some 'bubbly' (the brush stroke from CASual Friday set breathe - butter bar shadow ink from Hero Arts) on the card base.

Added a layer of acetate between the card base and popped up central panel for the glass effect & finished off the card by stamping some tiny bubbles adding color with a marker.

The sentiment is my own, and as always you are welcome to download it for personal use:

Sponsor: Stamplorations

Guest designer: Susan

Jacquie Southas (taking a break)

Thanks for visiting me today!



!neke said...

Weer heel mooi !!!!!!

Fijne dagen !

Ineke !

Melissa said...

So clean and creative, Hannelie! Love the way you colored the 'bubbly'! :)

Joyce said...

We were definitely thinking along the same lines. Love your festive champagne glasses and that wonderful sentiment nestled perfectly between the two glasses.

Barb Ghig said...

You are a genius with the Silhouette, Hannelie! I love your take on the Cue Card, and really love how you 'tucked in' your sentiment between the champagne glasses...Very cool!

Cheryl W. said...

I don't know how you always come up with these innovative ideas for cards, Hannelie. You are amazingly creative! Hope you are looking forward to a great year in 2017.

Dotty Jo said...

Gorgeous! Jo x

I Card Everyone said...

OH such pretty bubbly!

Geri said...

Fabulous sentiment (THANKS) and fabulous card....clean, simple and sooooo coll with the offset image thing happening!

Kim Heggins said...

Fabulous card!!

Bobby said...

Love the glasses and the bubbles, Hannelie.

- Bellule - said...

Magnific card with this glass ! Champagne !!

Bises ♥

Anita in France said...

Delicious, Hannelie ... fabulous champagne swirling in those tall glasses ... bubbly and yummy! Hugs, Anita :)