Color my world with family, friends and some time to be creative making cards!

Wish You were here


Hello, It’s Saturday and time for the next challenge at Just Us Girls. Sue is our wonderful hostess for CAS Week. I am certainly enjoying this change to our line-up at Just Us Girls as Clean and Simple is something I want more practice with.

Before I got started, I went in search for another challenge to join this week. I came across AAA Cards where they are asking for a CAS card inspired by a Movie, Book, or Song. I decided to use the song by Pink Floyd- Wish you were Here for my sentiment.

I really enjoyed putting this card together.

Card Details: A little masking with torn paper and some Oxide inks for my water and sand. The cute little crab and shells are found in the set called Best Beach Friends from MFT. The sentiment is from MFT’S Couch Potato stamp set.

You have to come over to Just Us Girls and check out my fabulous teammate’s cards along with the talented Michele Ferguson.

Take care and happy crafting! Nanc’

10 thoughts on “Wish You were here

  1. Wow, this is a CAS that really packs a punch! Love this card. It says so much.

  2. Nancy, this is CAS as its finest! and SO cahUTE!!
    Thanks so much for inviting me to play cards with you all this month – it has been so much fun!

  3. Such a colorful and fun beachy CAS card Nancy! Great minds think alike! You should make these for the store!

  4. This is just perfect, love it xx

  5. Gotta love my a tiny red lobster! This card is awesome

  6. Nancy… great shore line!!!

  7. This is as cute as it can be, love the itty bitty crab!

  8. The torn edges work so well for the edges of the sea and sand, Nancy.

  9. Your masking with the torn pieces looks amazing! Awesome beach scene and love the little crab!

  10. This is just the cutiest card Nancy with that adorable little crab. Fabulous masking.

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