You are my sunshine

This week the Cue card from CASology is "sky" and luckily enough I received a gorgeous new stamp set from Lawn Fawn today. The set called Sunny skies is really cute and features a sun, clouds, kite and sentiments.This is an American company but the UK based website Make the day Special stocks lots of their stamps.








I simply stamped the sun and clouds and cut them out. I also used textured card and different depths of layers to add interested to this CAS card.

Thanks for looking, 

Rebecca x

11 comments:

  1. Love this adorable scene and all that glorious white space! Thanks so much for playing along again with CASology - I always look forward to seeing what you'll come up with for our cue cards!

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  2. Excellent design Rebecca, wonderful job with your fussy cutting. Thank you so much for joining us this week at CASology!

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  3. Just love your smiley sun - nice thing to see on a dull morning. Also thanks for giving me an idea for using my clouod dies from sizzex.

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  4. A lovely card - the stamp set is fab too!
    Kath x

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  5. Oh, how adorable!! :) Love the textured cardstock you used and those images are way too cute! A perfectly CAS card! Thanks so much for joining us at CASology this week!

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  6. this is absolutely CAS perfection, rebecca!! love that sweet little sun! thanks so much for playing along with CASology each week!

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  7. A great card. Love your smiley sun

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  8. A totally brilliant CAS card, I just love it!
    Helen x

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  9. I love your shape of the card it is long not like normally card and love the smiley sunshine...really clever and beatiful cas card...love it too..

    I am joining too the CASology challenge and my card is Nr. 58 would you mind to see it on my blog? I would be so glad if you could leave me some love :) Many thanks before :) hugs, Monika

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  10. Lovely cheerful card! I like how you've turned the layers so that the grain isn't running the same way as the card.

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