CAS-ual Fridays Challenges + Nestabilities = Happy Mondays!

I know, I know, Mondays are not usually such a happy occasion, but it has been a good one so far and I am happy for it! With it being Monday and all I decided to jump right to (or rather, back to) Friday, and do the current CAS-ual Fridays Challenge. The challenge this week is to do a CAS layout with a panel or element that goes over the edge of the card front.

Nestabilities Small Classic Scalloped Circles
Nestabilities Small Standard Circles
Martha Stewart Snowflake Deep Double Edge Punch
Prismacolor Colored Pencils
Icicle Stickles
Foam Dimensional Dots

As you can see, I am still playing with the Nestabilities as card bases.  They just make FUN cards!  This one will be going off in a package with some other Christmas cards, to Cards That Care.  Don't know what that is yet?  You can read all about it here, on Vera's Blog .  Really great cause, and who doesn't need a reason to make even more Christmas goodies, right? 

I am definitely getting into the full swing of Christmas card making.  Nothing but Christmas on the brain!  Poor Thanksgiving must be feeling a little neglected right now.

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carol (krillsister) said...

Cute card. I think the scalloped nestabilities make great bases because it is different.

Virginia L. said...

So lovely in every way! So glad that you join the fun with us at CAS-ual Fridays!

Karen B. said...

What a delightful card! I'm so scared of circle card bases, I think they are so difficult to pull off. Your card is amazing, and really makes me want to try one! Thanks so much for playing at CAS-ual Fridays!

Laura Davis said...

Thanks for playing at Cas-ual Fridays!

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