Friday, March 15

CFC94


Welcome back to CAS-ual Fridays, the Clean And Simple Challenge!


Are you ready for some fun?
Of course you are...that's why you're here!
This week's challenge will delight your mojo, and have you gleefully digging in your stash :)
If you don't find any in your stash, check your pantry 
because cereal or cracker boxes will easily do the trick *wink*


CFC94: Use chipboard on your Clean And Simple creation

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The BIG Reveal & Stamps are NOW available!!!!
You will finds lots and lots of CAS-ual Fridays Stamps featured  in our inspiration parade, so let the fun begin!


Angeline

Angie


Christina


Deb


Jingle


Kelly


Kimberly


Leigh Ann


Lindsay


Lorena


Pamela


Sanketi


Sylvia


AJ

Alice


*****The Girl Fridays love hearing from you!*****  
Please leave them some love for their inspiring examples.
We're looking forward to seeing your creations too, so please make it easy for us to leave a comment...


Now its your turn!
*Create a NEW Clean And Simple project using this week's challenge theme*
*Provide a link to CAS-ual Fridays in your post*
Be sure to review our RULES tab at the top of the blog
**Deadline: 12:00 noon EST on Thursday!**

7 comments:

Cindy C. said...

Wow awesome cards, all so inspirational!!

Karen Schroeder said...

Just checking, can you use grungeboard? Love all the cards!

cotnob said...

Fabulous DT cards, thank you for the inspiration and great challenge.
Pauline
x

Riti said...

Great Inspiration !
TFS

Tavishi said...

Hi!!
Lovely cards by the new DT!!
Also I have a little question!!
Whats chipboard?
thx

WitchyFingers said...

Great challenge, love all the cards here!

Paulina Soból-Hara juliettqa said...

ups I missed the deadline :(

http://juliettqa.blogspot.com/2013/03/do-dna-bottoms-up.html