Thursday, June 28, 2012

CAS-ual Fridays Challenge #59–Round & Round!


Happy Friday, Crafty Peeps!

Can you believe that this is the last challenge for June?!!  Like, where the HECK did June go?!!  And I know many of you are enduring miserably hot weather (I’m praying for those in Colorado who are in danger of the fires), but I’d give my left big toe for some sunshine around here in the Pacific Northwest!!  Or better yet, I’d HAPPILY share the unending amount of rain that we’ve endured since we got back from AZ with those that are suffering from the heat.  Seriously, people!!
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Okay, enough whining already!!  Let’s move onto the fun reason you came by today!  This week’s CAS-ual Fridays Challenge is to:  Create a CLEAN & SIMPLE project and include TWO (and ONLY two) circles in your design.  If you create a round shaped card, that counts as one of your circles!!
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We have an outstanding sponsor for this week’s challenge!  The Twinery is the proprietor of some of the most amazing baker’s twine in our crafting community!  The colors are dreamy, and the quality is second to none!  The Twinery has provided the Girl Fridays with some delicious twine to work with for our projects this week, and they’ve very generously provided a fabulous prize for this week’s TGIF Winner.  But you’ll have to click on over to the CAS-ual Fridays Challenge Blog to see what it is.  Thank you, The Twinery!!

CFC59 - Wishing You A Day Full of Sunshine

I love baker’s twine . . . in fact, I have a “friend” who tells me to “step AWAY from the baker’s twine!”  LOL  So, this challenge just made me happy!!  I’m also a huge fan of the latest sun rays trend . . . so fun, right?!!  I die cut a circle out of my image panel with a circle die.  I wrapped the two colors of baker’s twine through the circle and around the outside of the image panel (I adhered some double sided sticky strip to the back to keep the baker’s twine in place as I wrapped it) to create the sunrays.  I die cut another circle out of yellow cardstock and adhered it to the inside of the main circle with foam tape.  Easy peasy, and such a fun effect, don’t you think?
PRODUCTS USED:
STAMPS:  Sending Smiles Messages (Hero Arts)
INK:  Black (Memories/Hero Arts)
PAPER:  Lily White CS (Bazzill), Tangerine Tango CS (SU), Lemon Drop CS (French Poptone)
OTHER: 
Lemondrop and Mandarin Baker’s Twine (The Twinery), Circle Nestabilities (Spellbinders), i {heart} Sticky Tape (i {heart} papers.com)

That’s it, kids!  I hope you’ll click on over the CAS-ual Fridays Challenge Blog to see what the other Girl Fridays have cooked up for your viewing pleasure and inspiration.  And please don’t forget the Girl Fridays Facebook Team – those ladies have some AMAZING inspiration prepared for you, too!  In the meantime, thanks so much for stopping by today.  Have a great weekend, y’all!!
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13 comments:

Lynn said...

Gorgeous...love how you used the twine to create the sun rays!

Chris said...

Simply stunning! The 'rays' are just so effective Very clever!
Chris
x

walchowDesign said...

Wow! Love the rays of sunshines! Very neatly done!

Vicky Hayes said...

I love bakers twine too Karolyn and I love the way you used it for your sun's rays!

Deborah Frings said...

A brilliant sunshine card - love the twine rays of sun!!

Jenny said...

Brilliantly done Karolyn and thank goodness for sticky tape or that would have been a whole lot of hassle and swear words to put together I bet!!! Love it...so clever :0)
Jenny x

Darnell J Knauss said...

So sunny and inspired! I never would have thought of this in a million years!!

Deb said...

Gorgeous, Karolyn! I love those sun rays made out of bakers twine! Super pretty!

Angie Tieman said...

LOVE this! Such a creative way to use the twine and 2 circles!

Marlena M. said...

You had some serious patience to spread the twine out like that....it was soooo worth it!!! Great card Karolyn. ;)

Christina said...

This is brilliant, Karolyn! What a fun way to embrace the sun rays trend with that colorful twine. So creative!

Lori Barnett said...

You must not have much twine around? LOL! DUDE!!!! This is so FREAKIN FUN! I wanna grab a guitar pick and start playin' this thing! Cause YOU ROCK!!!! MISS YOU you goofy goober ;)

paperella said...

What??? A lady should never step away from her baker's twine, everybody knows that! ;)
I love what you did with it, how fun are those bright rays? And they are so perfectly spaced! (I always mess spacing things)
xoxo