February 5, 2013

CCC #30 - FAIRYTALE



Hi I am here to share my card for this week's CASology Cue Card!
This week the Cue Word is:



There are so many fun things you can do with this.  For me the first thing that popped into my mind was my coveted stash of Imaginisce Fairest of Them All patterned papers and stamps that I have been hoarding to use to create a mini album of my daughter's princess years.

I completely covered the front panel of my card with patterned paper and die cut a window peaking into the crown stamped on the inside.  I wanted to show that you can use patterned paper on a CAS card as long as you do not overdue with clutter.  Hybrid card again this week I love being able to custom design your sentiment.


A view from above:


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.


All Supplies are from Papertrey Ink unless otherwise noted:

Cardstock:  White
Patterned Paper: Fairest of Them All (Imaginisce)
Stamps: Fairest of Them All Crown (Imaginisce)
Ink:  Memento Angel Pick (Tsukineko)
Dies: Classic Circles (Spellbinders)
other: rhinestone, Lobster Two font

20 comments :

Lisa said...

What SWEEET paper Tracey, worth hoarding for sure! Love that darling crown too, cute cute card!

Ardyth said...

So pretty - Love the window idea and the bling on the crown!

Annette said...

aww this is so sweet...

I hoard too..so hard to use it sometimes..

Melissa said...

This is so sweet, Tracey! Love the princess paper and that gem-embellished crown!! :)

Darnell J Knauss said...

Can you spell pervection?! Well, I apparently can't, but I know it when I see it. How perfect is that DP for this challenge, Tracey! Mine, OTOH, was one of those serendipity moments. When Melissa first gave me the head's up, I got the frog, lips, and poem done and dusted, ba-da-bing. Then two days later, when I was looking through my stack of 12x12 paper for something entirely different, I came across this fun fairytale paper, which is where the "Once Upon a Time" came from on my card. Don't you love when your creative angel helps you along?!! Anyway, enough about me, I love how you but that crown behind the circle, and the sentiment, mwah! How perfect this will all be for her scrapbook!

Judy1223 said...

Tracey, what a sweet princess card for a little girl! I can see why you have been saving that paper...perfect for a princess-lover!

Kristie Goulet said...

Such a sweet card! That embellished crown is perfect in the circle window! :)

Joyce said...

This is so sweet. You are lucky to be the mother of a princess.

Jeanne J said...

Sweet and adorable Tracey! That paper is perfect and your card is a fairy tale! Well done!

Maureen Merritt said...

Now this is a little girls fairytale! The patterned paper you used is just precious :)

Meghan said...

Perfect design paper! Hah...I have a great reason to keep my stash now! Another great card Tracey!

Marybeth said...

Sooo pretty and I love the perfect paper you used. How fun that you had that , for you little princess, well not so little anymore!

Jean said...

Fantastic princess paper ~ I hope you share the album for your daughter when its done. Great fairy tale card!

Renee said...

Adorable!!
Perfect for a princess! :)

Janet Zeppa said...

So pretty Tracey!

Rosemary said...

Super adorable card, Tracey....one any little girl would love!

Kim Heggins said...

Tracey, I am in love with this card! Your patterned paper is so beautiful and just perfect for this card. I love your sweet bejeweled crown too.

Gillian said...

Aw, so pretty and sweet, perfect little girl card

Michelle said...

How darling, Tracey! The crown and paper are adorable!

Robin K. said...

Thanks for the inspiration to use pp on a CAS design! Your card is darling!