Saturday 27 May 2017

Addicted to CAS Challenge #112 - 'Graduation'

Hello there, CAS Addicts! We're back with another challenge, and this time Bobby is our Hostess and she has chosen 'Graduation' for the cue card!

Create a Smile is our Sponsor and they are offering a Gift Card for 15€ to the winner of this challenge!

We have a very special Guest Designer for this challenge...Chrissie Stokes, who is Co-Creator of the Less is More Challenge Blog. She is also the winner of Challenge #110 (Grunge) and someone whom many of us consider a "Master" of the Clean & Simple style of cardmaking! Welcome, Chrissie!

Chrissie is a retired Primary School teacher, who began cardmaking in 2007, prompted by a request to make her daughter’s wedding stationery. In the years which followed,  she experimented with a variety of styles until her chosen genre, Clean and Simple, became the focus of all her cards. For many years she was on the Design team of the British Craft Magazine ‘Craft Stamper’ and has served on numerous blog design teams.
In 2011 she created the CAS challenge blog “Less is More” with fellow crafter Mandi Moore, which has gone from strength to strength. Recently she has stepped back from the full time running of LIM to enjoy many breaks and holidays, cruising being a particular favourite.

Here is Chrissie's card:
And now for some inspiration from our Design Team:

Bobby (Hostess)





Now we turn it over to you, and we can't wait to see how the code word 'Graduation' inspires you!

Don't forget to keep it CAS!!!



  1. Thank you for your wonderfully warm welcome!
    I am delighted to be amongst such illustrious designers for this challenge.
    It is truly a wealth of inspiration!

  2. Ah, what a timely challemge as I need to make a whole bunch of graduation cards in the next week! Thanks for the wonderful inspiration by the Design Team (off to Pin them all)!

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