Thursday, June 30, 2016

A Row of Color


This card is for Casology Week # 204  cue word ROW, and Color Throwdown #399.  The graphics for both challenges are at the bottom of this post.

I send my Dad cards weekly with the find the difference puzzles from the Washington Post Sunday magazine. Sometimes coming up with a masculine card is difficult.  Color choices make that a bit easier.

When I saw the prompt for Casology, I knew I wanted to use Simon Says Stamp's Medium Dot Row die in some fashion.  Checking out Color Throwdown gave me a good set of colors that can go either masculine or feminine.

I die cut the bottom of the card front panel, then colored each of the dots with Memento markers and then clear heat embossed them for the color to hold up.  Each dot was then replaced on a small foam square into its space.


Thanks so much for stopping by!


  1. Oh my goodness, Cat--this is just brilliant! What a great card for your Dad! You're such a sweet daughter!

  2. Great take on those challenges! The linear card is perfect!

  3. what a great idea for the "row" challenge!

  4. Great job combining challenges for this card, Cat! Loving this color combo, too...perfect for your dad!

  5. Super sweet CAS design! Thanks so much for joining us at Color Throwdown!

  6. Fabulous masculine card! Thanks for playing along with us at CASology this week, Cat!

  7. Cool, crisp, graphic and so touchable, Cat ... what an awesome masculine card ... just imagining all the colour possibilities with this brilliant design! Hugs, Anita :)

  8. A fabulously tactile row of dots, Cat! Love the masculine feel of it too. Lovely that you send your dad puzzles every week too. He must really look forward to your fabulous cards! Thanks for sharing with us at CASology!


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