So maybe a definition of CAS would be helpful? Here's what I use as guidelines:
- one main image
- minimal layers
- minimal embellishments
- white space (doesn't have to be white, just empty)
I inlaid the die cut into the base card, so in my book it's a one layer card. There is one main image, no embellishments and lots of purple coloured white space.
And here's a second version which I would still consider to be CAS, but perhaps not adhering to the guidelines quite so strictly because of the layers.
Stamps: Digid Stamp Boutique, Halloween Duchess; Clearly Besotted, Fright Night
Inks: Memento, tuxedo black; SU, whisp[er white
Dies: Lawn Fawn, large stitched circle stackables; Lil'inker, stitched mats rectangles
Prp markers: tulip yellow, leaf green, cool grey 1,4,5, violet, spice, peach, burnt orange, marsh green, tan, ivory
Well I'm hoping this post will have been helpful and inspired you to give CAS Halloween a try. Remember to pop on over to see what the rest of the DT have created - here.
Thanks for dropping by today. And keep crafting!