October 23, 2012

CCC #15 - WILD




Welcome back for another CASology Cue Card.  This weeks cue word is:






One of the first things that jumped into my head for this weeks cue was a wild roller coaster.  I love roller coasters even though I am petrified of heights.  I die cut the roller coaster using my Cameo, I was actually surprised at how well it handled such a tiny and detailed image.  It even handled die cutting each one of the teenie tiny cars individually. 


Head on over to CASology today to learn what the 'cue card' means to you, how you can play along and see the all the cards created by the Design Team to inspire you.

Don`t forget to visit the blogs of the other members of the Design Team:
Tracey McNeely (that`s me)

and this week's Guest Designer Vicki (winner of CCC #13 - LEAF)

I can't wait to see what WILD means to you!

All Supplies are from Papertrey Ink unless otherwise noted:

Cardstock: White, Pure Poppy, Smoky Shadow, Orange Zest, New Leaf, Blueberry Sky
Stamps: Just the Ticket
Ink: True Black, Pure Poppy
Dies: Roller Coaster #6267 (Silhouette America)

27 comments :

Ardyth said...

Love your interpretation of wild and that cool die cut!

LeAnne said...

Oh my, this is just adoooooorable!

Kim S said...

How wonderfully creative!!

Joyce said...

Oh, this is so cute. What a fun card.

Allisa said...

Great card, love the roller coaster!

Marybeth said...

Ohhh I love this Tracey! Such a creative card and idea! Love it!!!! Is the Silhouette the same as the Cameo??? Or are they two different cutters?

Melissa said...

This is just way too fun, Tracey! I smiled so big when I saw your interpretation...just PERFECT! :) I don't share your liking for roller coasters, however. I avoid them like the plague! LOL!

Lisa said...

Weeeee this is SO cute Tracey! Love the multi colored cars too ~ great job! Have a delightful day ~ Hugs!

ablogcalledwanda.com said...

This is entirely too much fun! Love this card! :-)

Kara said...

this is soooo cute!!

The Paper Parade said...

I love this Tracey! It is so much fun :) What kind of cardstock can you cut with your Cameo? I have an old Cricket and I hated that some cardstock was too thick, and others were too thin and it would bunch up...yuck :(

Tracey McNeely said...

I use PTI usually but it is very thick, so I always double cut and have it set to cut cover weight. I do this because I have had problems with it being too thick. I wish I could print with my printer on PTI cardstock.

Rosemary said...

i love this super fun and creative take on the cue word, tracey!!

Deanna Jean said...

Super cute card! I have done one roller coaster in my life...and I will never do one again. Scared me to death and made me feel so sick. So I just watch now.

Darnell J Knauss said...

Shoot me to pieces, I am going to have to break down and get one of these contraptions! This seriously rocks the wild card, Tracey!

Carole said...

Oh so thrilling and fun. Super cute!

Vicky Hayes said...

Good gracious - this is absolutely fantastic Tracey, and definitely captures the feeling of wild!

Benzi said...

Oh, just the best idea for the wild challenge. A roller coaster
sure spells 'wild' to me. You're so clever.

Kelly Griglione said...

OK, so I saw this in the gallery earlier and absolutely LOVED it!!! What a great take on "wild", not to mention a fabulous card! Love the ticket stamp you used on its own without the diecut!

sandie said...

what a cool idea-love your take on the challenge-real thinking outside the box!

Arlene said...

Another brilliant card, your work is simply amazing.

veronica said...

Very cute idea! Love the little bright cars!

Anni said...

LOVE this card! Such a fantastic design!
Anni

Susan said...

Now I need to go shopping at the Silhouette store and get that adorable roller coaster!! Super cute card!

Renee said...

This is so incredibly adorable...
I die!!
The bold colors...
the teeny cars...
it's perfect!! :)

Judy1223 said...

Tracey...now THAT is clean, simple AND wild, all wrapped into one awesome card!

Jen W. said...

Awesome idea for wild! Roller coasters are way too wild for me but this one is pretty darn cute! :)