Monday, October 11, 2010

CAS88 - Crinkle, Crinkle Buttons & Bows

This week's CAS challenge at SCS this week is based on a word - "Crinkle" as in dry fall leaves.  I have to tell you it took some thought on this one...what crinkles besides leaves?  My DH even put on his thinking cap and walked all over Michael's with me looking for inspiration...now that's "l-o-v-e"!  ;-)

I dragged out everything I had looking for that sound...tissue paper, plastic wrap? Too quiet.  Paper leaves?  Yep, that works,  but not very original.  Finally, I remembered I had a roll of clear acetate cellophane, nice, noisy, crinkly cellophane!  I just made it into a clear crinkly bow... clean and simple!

I didn't "tie" the bow...I just looped the acetate back and forth then wound some sweet baby pink May Arts ribbon around it and pulled it tight.  The center panel has the ribbon underneath the flowered DP.

Head on over to SCS and see what the rest of the DT has crinkled up for you.  While you've got your acetate out for the JUGS challenge, you should check out the Transparent 3D challenge at PaperCubed, too!


CAS88 - Crinkle
Just Us Girls Challenge 54 - Technique/Acetate


Supplies:
Paper - SU Pink Pirouhette,  Barely Banana, SEI Chick-a-dee
Stamps - Papertrey Baby Button Bits
Ink - Versafine
Accessories - Acetate cellophane, SEI Chick-a-dee buttons, May Arts Wrinkled Ribbon, May Arts Satin Scalloped Edge Ribbon, Glue Arts ribbon adhesive

                                                           
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17 comments:

Michelle said...

Well done Charlene, that was a tough one. I love what you have come up with. The card is so pretty.

Michelle :-)

Lisa Kind said...

What a clever use of acetate! That looks like it certainly makes some noise! LOL!! Very pretty card! Thanks so much for playing with Just Us Girls!

bonnie said...

That was a hard one...fab idea to use cellophane...your card is si pretty :) Hugs, Bonnie x

Lori said...

The acetate was a great idea! Cute card!

Kimberly Jones said...

Very original idea! What a soft and sweet card!

Bouncy, Flouncy, Fun,Fun, Fun said...

Charlene, what a unique and cool idea! Love the way it looks on your card!

Stampin' Pam said...

Actually I LOVE that bow - what a clever and creative way to use the acetate! Thanks for playing along with JUGS this week - your idea is an inspiration.

Berenice R. said...

So beautiful card! :)

Sally Atkins said...

What a fantastic idea, Charlene to use the acetate in that way! It looks so effective too! Big pat on the back for hubby too - that's real dedication going round the shop with you!

girlia said...

Very beautiful card. Love the sentiment

Tammy said...

That is love!!! Beautifully done and so unique! Just perfect!

jen said...

Way to think outside of the box! Love it!

Andrea M said...

Very, very creative use of acetate!!! Beautiful card!

Thanks so much for playing along with JUGS - we really appreciate your support!!!

Shirley-anne said...

Just arrived from Michelle's : Make it Monday"
Now this is definately original.
just beautiful as well. Now I am off to check out your other creations .

scrapn_momof2 said...

Very sweet card!

Abounding Treasures said...

I found you via Michelle's *Make it Monday* ~ what an original idea!! Your card is just lovely!

Monica said...

Hi Charlene,

I came across your blog while I was at Michelle's. This card is so sweet and lovely. The transparent effect fits in really well with the soft look of the card.

You are a great crafter.

Monica