Sunday, August 26, 2018

The Winners Circle #121: Friendship

It's time to showcase our fabulous prize winner and runners up for Game # 121 - Friendship

Thank you for all your gorgeous cards, our gallery was filled with the 
most beautiful cards and we had a tough time picking our favourites.

But it had to be done so here we go:

1st place
and winner of a $25 giftcard to CAS-ual Fridays

Trina P.

We were bowled over by all that dramatic dark blue empty white space combined with the most exquisite single butterfly and the simple font of the greeting.

Congratulations Trina,
 please contact Jane with your details -

Top Four

 In order of entry

#29 Kaja

How gorgeous is that stamped, masked and inked use of a heart stencil? A simple font for the greeting and just a few scattered embellishments leaving plenty of white space made this card a DT favourite.

#45 Joyce

A fabulous quote about friendship combined with a simply coloured focal stamp. We liked the single matted layer to frame the card too. A real CAS beauty!

Well this card was quite irresistible! Apart from the very cute single image the partial use of a stencil in the background leaving plenty of empty white space really caught our eye.

Izzy's card uses one of our favourite ways to keep a card CAS - the one third used, two thirds empty style. The minimal embellishment and the crisp sharp stamping and inking also very appealing.

Congratulations to you all, please grab our winners badge to display on your blogs.

Our current Challenge #122 is Use a Stencil and there is still plenty of time to get your entries in.

 We'd love to see how you interpret this theme and come visit your blogs, 
so don't delay, get crafting!

  Peace and hugs
The AAA Cards DT


  1. Thanks so much Ladies for choosing my card as one of the top four ! And Congratulations to the other top four and to the winner, Trina, my dear teamie ! x

  2. Oh, thank you so much AAA team!!! 🎉🎉🎉 Congrats to the top 4... awesome to see my teamie Izzy in the mix! xx

  3. How amazing is this particular challenge, one centre circular aperture, I love to try CAS techniques and so admire the inspiration of what ''AT FIRST'' looks so simple. Keeping to these themes certainly makes you aware of 'texture' But I'm sure, it starts with good quality card stock.


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