Cherry Berry FLOAT..

Hello everyone!  I’m here today playing along with CASology Week 102: Float!!!

Week 102 - Float

I have to admit when I saw this cue card, I wanted to do a hot air balloon or just regular balloons.  I thought that would be easy.

Then I said to myself, why not be different.  Why not be unpredictable.  So, I went through all of my stamps to see what would float?  What could give the feeling of floating?

Guess what!  I found something.  Yes, yes, yes! What could we all use on a nice summer day to cool us down?

Yes, yes, yes!!  A float!  Not just any float or the most common one, A CHERRY BERRY FLOAT with two straws!

Take a look:

Cherry Berry Float


How cute is this!!!  Did you see the sparkle on my ice cream!!!  I was going to add some other embellishments but decided against it since this is a clean and simple card challenge and white space matters, lol.

The Copic colors I used were R29, BG49

So0000, tell me what you think.  Really, let me know.  What is a good idea or what!

Supplies used:

Here's the ScoopWink of Stella clearCopic MarkersStampin' TrimmerWe R Memory Keepers Corner Chomper

Thank you so much for stopping by!


26 thoughts on “Cherry Berry FLOAT..

  1. This is a super good idea!! Way to come up with something that is outside of the box!! Love the sparkle on your ice cream – it looks good enough to eat!! 🙂 So pleased for you – I might do this challenge also but not too sure if I have anything to use! Have a great night!!

    • Hey Taunya!! Thank you so much! You should try this challenge. I was fun thinking out of the box. You probably do have something that you can use that floats. Flowers falling from the sky. Rain dropping slowly. Root bear. Fruit in a jar on water. Just thinking.

  2. This is a fabulous idea, and exactly what I would have made if I had the right stamps. We think alike, and I love your card–it is scrumptious. Thanks so much for playing along with CASology this week.

    • Hey Joyce! Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving such a wonderful comment. We do think a like I love your card. One life raft, some color, a couple of self made sequins and your done. Clean and simple. Your card is great. Thanks for having me again this week.

  3. Hi Kymona! You’ve done it again, a perfect example of a fun CAS card! I really love the sparkle on your ice cream! Those little touches go so far on a CAS card! Thanks for joining us at CASology this week!

  4. OOOHH I was WANTING a card with this take on float to appear, and it did!!! YAY, wonderfully CAS, and I just adore it!! Thanks for joining us at CASology!!!

  5. I love this, Kymona! I totally had root beer float in the back of my mind when this challenge came up. Glad someone else had the same thought! Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!

    • Hey Jen!! Thank you so much for your wonderful comment. When I saw this cue word, I had to think to myself, how can I be different. Then the thought came to me and I ran with it. I’m glad you like the card.

  6. Beautiful and adorable CAS card dear put a sweeet image on it and full of white space..I think I see a winner here…I love you sweet cute Image…great using cue card sweety..

    If you want see my card, its #82, would be so happy if you like to leave me some love too…hugs, Monika from Germany

    • Hey Monika, thank you for stopping by and leaving such a wonderful comment. I had a lot of fun creating that card. I stopped by your blog and I love the clouds off to the side of your card with the balloons going up. Nicely done.

  7. So, so, so AWESOME – you got an Honorable Mention for this card over at CASology – GOOD for you – I am so very excited to see you having so much success!! You, GO, girl!!!!

    • Hey Taunya!! Thank you so so much!! I was excited to this morning when I say the post. You have to see me scrolling on my phone slowly so see if I see my card. It was the first honorable mention, I screamed at my coworker. LOL!!

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