Saturday, 3 December 2016

HLS December CAS Challenge

Hi everyone.  Welcome to the HLS December CAS Challenge.  Thanks to all that entered last month's Metal / Faux Metal CAS Challenge.  The winners will be announced on December 10.

Did you know that we are already planning the next HLS retreat in the UK? If you are thinking you would like to join us in November 2017, please check out all the details HERE and register your interest. There will be TWO retreat locations in 2017! Manchester and Swindon. Plenty of ladies have already secured their spots so make sure you don't miss out!

Here's this month's challenge ...

Pick your favourite technique or product you used from the past eleven CAS Challenges. Please share why it's your favourite or any tips you learnt while doing it.

Below is a list of our previous challenges.

Please remember to keep your cards CAS.

At Happy Little Stampers, CAS (clean and simple) is defined as

- one main focal point
- lots of open (no pattern) space
- minimal layers
- minimal embellishments

Here is the inspiration from the Design Team -

(Previous challenge - Inlaid Die Cuts
and using HLS Birthday Friends)

(Previous challenge - Ghosting Technique
and using HLS Christmas Joy)

(Previous challenges Masking & Watercolour Spritz
and using HLS Butterfly Birthday)

(Previous challenges Masking & Ghosting
and using HLS Christmas Joy)

(Previous Challenge Stencil Monoprint
and using HLS Simply Said)

(Previous challenge - Watercolour Spritz)

(Previous challenge - Masking)

(Previous challenge - Watercolor Spritz)

Tutorials - 


Stamping with Embossing Folders

Faux Mother of Pearl

Stencil Monoprint

Inlaid Die Cuts




Watercolour Spritz

Emobssing on Vellum

Metal / Faux Metal

That's a LOT of inspiration for you PLUS heaps of tutorials on how to use these awesome techniques/products.

Come join in the fun and link up your Favourite Technique or Product CAS cards below.


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