Wednesday 30 September 2015

Challenge #164 CAS

Good morning! Are you all ready for another challenge?

This week we want you to make something that is


Lots of white space and minimal embellishments (less is best)!

We have a wonderful sponsor for you today and you could win 4 digis from their store!

and here is a little something about them

Sweet Pea Stamps (SPS) is a small home-based business in Michigan. SPS does not work from a brick and mortar shop. You will find SPS only on line at Sweet Pea Stamps. We pride ourselves in quality and value. Lynette McAnsh, Owner, is a perfectionist. If the product is not top quality, she will not offer it.

Lynette stated her small business selling D.O.T.S. in the 90s. In 1999 she started “Designs, Ink’d” and sold that business in 2004 due to health and family issues. Missing the love of running a small business, and with her children older, she started Sweet Pea Stamps in April 2009. Now, 5 years later, we are representing over 30 artists with digital images and rubber stamps. She does work alone, sometimes with the help of family; her turn-around time may be longer than the big companies. You will always be met with friendly and professional demeanor and her merchandise will always be the highest quality.

Other online places to visit SPS are the Facebook page Sweet Pea Stamps, and our Facebook group, Sweet Pea Stamps Friends and Fans. SPS has a monthly blog challenge at One Sweet Challenge and daily inspiration from SPS’s designers atSweet Pea Rubber Stamps blog. We hope you join us.

And now our Designers have wonderful inspiration to share with you

(using sponsor image Lemon Shortbread's, Stringing Leaves)

(using sponsor image Helena Reis's Dancing in the Rain)

Gloomies Away - photo by Deborah Frings - Deborah's Gems

Over to you. Show us your CAS creations :)


  1. Super cute DT samples. Love what the team created with the Sweet Pea Stamps. Thanks for the CAS Challenge this week.

  2. Thank you for the challenge. Lovely work by the design team

  3. Great cards from the DT - thanks for sharing!
    Helen x


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