29 April 2016

ShowCASe Week 272

Welcome to another super ShowCASe Limettes!
Week 272
We had some wonderful cards submitted, however
it seems that our Take Three Stamps Challenge caused a few differences of opinion... some people assumed a sentiment stamp didn't count and some just didn't quite manage to count to three!
It was such fun however and here are this week's fabulous choices.

Birgit beautifully stamped one image 3 times in different generations of ink which together with the limited colour palette and white space combined to create a wonderfully CAS card. 
One image stamp, one splodge stamp, one sentiment stamp!
1, 2, 3!

The glorious cascade of flowers arcing around half of the card is perfectly balanced with the white space around the sentiment. Helen's card is also just one layer.
One sentiment stamp, 2 flower stamps!
1, 2, 3!
 The clever use of the inlaid/embossed dies around the image keep this card to a minimal 2 layers. Lisa has really shown what an incredible impact a small stamp can make on a CAS card.
One flower head stamp, one flower stem, one sentiment!
1, 2, 3!
Please take the ShowCASe badge from the page at the top ladies and we hope you'll all join us for a new challenge tomorrow. There's still just a little time to get your thinking caps on for our Saints, Dragons or Heroes challenge... it's quite a tricky one this time to test your mettle!


  1. Superb cards ladies and they make a lovely showcase. Well done Birgit, Helen and Lisa!

  2. Another fab collection showCASe'd - Congrats to all


  3. Congratulations ladies, beautiful cards! x

  4. Oh wow, thank you for showcasing my card! Congrats to Helen & Birgit too :o) Hugs, Lisa x

  5. Oooh...what a lovely surprise to see my card showCASed - thanks so much!
    Love the other two picks - beautiful stamping!
    Helen x



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