Saturday, September 5, 2015

CASology: Week 162

Hello. I've been busy getting ready to go back to school and working on my new business. I've joined Nerium International, an anti-aging skincare company and love their products! If you're interested in finding out what I've been up to visit me here - Today, I finally took some time to make some cards.

This was made for the current challenge at CASology: Week 162: Write. I stamped an old Hero Arts wooden stamp, Manuscript Background, in black ink onto my Neenah card base. The pen nib was from the Tim Holtz Curious Possibilty stamp set. It was fussy cut and adhered flat to the card. The black stitched frame was created using die cuts from Mama Elephant Peek a Frame and SSS Stitched Rectangles

That's it for today. It would be great to hear your comments, both about my card and my new business. I'm happy to answer any questions. I hope you have a great last weekend of summer. Enjoy!



  1. Pam this is perfect for our challenge!
    Thanks for joining Casology!

  2. Oh, what a lovely handwriting, this image is so beautiful and perfect for this challenge. The fountain pen nob is the best detail you could have added.
    Thank you for sharing.
    Maria Rodriguez.

  3. Crisp and so stylish, Pam ... fab placement of that plume nib! Hope your new business goes from strength to strength! Hugs, Anita :)

  4. Pam, this is such a stylish CAS design, I really like it.

  5. Well, this couldn't be more perfect for the CASology challenge. That script stamp looks like someone actually wrote on the card, its so detailed. And love the little pen nib, how handy having that for a stamp! So glad to hear your business is going well and your loving it. And that you still have time to make your fabulous cards is wonderful!!

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  7. Yes, you've conveyed 'write' perfectly! Stylish card in every way! You are certainly more energetic and organized than I am: full time work, your new business and in the mix, creating wonderful cards! Impressive and inspiring!