Tuesday, March 11, 2014

CASology CUE Card #86: Root!

Join us at CASology this week!

How will this CUE Challenge you?

Wow, I will be honest......
I had trouble.  I had some great ideas the trouble 
was the follow through!

I found this lovely sentiment
"Grow where you are planted"
I paired it with the Memory Box Wildflower Field stamp

I love the simplicity of it!





My next card a little more layering 
and I wanted to use Kraft



What journey will this CUE take you?




This week CASology the Sponsor is:  STAMPlorations

I really hope that my cards and the cards of the Design Team 
this week, along with the wonderful Guest Designer 
will have you rushing to make a card!
(That is what happens to me!)

Join us at CASology this week!
CASology SPECIAL 
Guest Designer: 
 Claire - of Life on the Scrap Heap - her cards are a JOY!

Kimberly Wiener- You are here!!!

My last card is 4x4 notecard size
 and I think I like this the best!!



20 comments:

Radhika said...

Beautiful cards :)

Ardyth Percy-Robb said...

Gorgeous - love the two-toned inks. And I love that you showed other ideas, too!

Meghan said...

Wow...you've been busy! All three cards are perfect for this week's cue card!

Leslie Germain said...

Love all these cards. Hope you will stop by and share one of your crafty creations.

Jasleen said...

I'm scratching my head to think of one idea for this week's cue word and you are here with THREE fabulous cards!!! And all three of them perfect. I loved the two-toned inking in the first one!

Deepti said...

Well!! u did it again... three amazing cards with one cue card, I can't think of even one. My fav is the first one though, somehow I am attracted to these colors

Barb Ghig said...

I don't know how you do it, Kimberly...but, all 3 of your cards are amazing! I love the soft colors and gold embossed sentiment on your first card, and that you chose Kraft for your 2nd card...Love the stitched border, too! The sweet little heart on your last card is just perfect, and I love the CAS design on this one ~ You really nailed the cue card this week, my friend!

Anita in France said...

These are all three fabulous, Kimberly ... I particularly love the first one, a fabulous sentiment with the most gorgeous wildflower scene! Anita :)

Shannon J said...

You struggled and STILL came up with three awesome cards?!! Wow - you are amazing! Love them all! Super love the little fabric/stitched heart above the chimney on the third card!!

Joni nina Andaya said...

Fabulous take Kimberly!!! Love them all :0)

Lee-Anne said...

Love all three, Kimberly, but the first one really caught my eye...love those colors!

Jen W. said...

These are all gorgeous takes on the cue word, Kimberly! I especially love the last one as that's the colour of the house I grew up in!

Joyce said...

Fabulous cards. You are the little overachiever here with three cards. How funny that you and I used the same stamp--that tree in your second card. I can tell that you had fun with this cue word.

May Park said...

Wow you worked a lot for this week's cue word! Love them all Kimberly. You chose perfect sentiments for each card! Great job!

Katie Ann Brooks said...

love this cue because you can interpret it in so many ways and your's are wonderful- every one!

Judy1223 said...

Great way to interpret the cue this week...three ways! All three are amazing, I adore the tree and acorn card especially!

Kim Heggins said...

Love them all Kimberly and your roots cards are just beautiful!

Gillian R said...

Beautiful cards Kimberley, where do you find the time to make so many cards?? Wherever you find it we get the benefits by seeing so many of your creations

Monika Reeck said...

I love your first card and it really looks like ROOT under the ground....Love the simplicity too like you told...and great choosing of the color...

I was also feel ooh what should I put on my card with ROOT cue word..its difficult dear Kimberly...I have no ROOT stamp and I think if I make a HOME its not fit with the cue word...I decided to make a quilling carrot...wanna see my interpretation dear?

cm said...

One word: three takes, each one unique, fresh and lovely! You've captured 'roots' on so many levels - each thoughtful and heart-warming! So glad that selecting a favourite isn't a requirement of visiting, because doing so = impossible. The first one, however, has touched my heart...gorgeous! Hugs~c