Thursday, October 18, 2012

CAS(E) this SKETCH #2


Yes, I'm getting ready to leave in a few hours--three generations will be
flying to Sin City. But I had to enter my card in the second challenge for
 CAS(E) this Sketch because the card was done. And I THINK it fits
the sketch. Kinda. Sorta. Here is Sketch #2.


And here's my card. I was going to enter this in the heart challenge at
CASual Fridays or the Simon Says Stamp die cut challenge, but did neither.
So I'm entering it for CTS  and I hope it fits the bill!


The tree die is by Memory Box and the sentiment is from Paper Smooches. 

DT member Lisa Arana shares a great video on her blog on how she
approaches sketches. (And she has a free cut file to download!) After
watching it, I thought my card fit the sketch. Everything just dropped
a couple of inches...

Okay, this is my last post until I return next week. I'll be stalking your
blogs via my iPhone and try to take pics to share with you.
Thanks for stopping by! See you soon...


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25 comments:

  1. Hi Donna, don't forget to link your card up to the CAS(E) this Sketch challenge. I can see the sketch perfectly, such a pretty card with the one tiny heart! :)

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  2. it is always tough winning when you enter Donna! this one is so cute! I am no sketch expert, but I say it fits perfectly. I love a little glitter on a card.

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  3. This is so pretty! I love your design and that heart sticker!

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  4. Donna your card is just stunning. That tree with the orange heart is gorgeous!

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  5. Oh, does your trip ever sound fun! Have a wonderful time, Donna! Love this beautiful card - that tree is so pretty - love the little heart! Safe travels! :)

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  6. This is so pretty! Love that cute little heart! I hope you have a wonderful trip! :)

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  7. Donna, this is so sweet and I love how addicted you are to Paper Smooches stamps! ;)

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  8. fabulous Donna. Enjoy your family reunion.

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  9. Gorgeous card,Donna! I love that little red heart nestled in the tree. Enjoy your break!

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  10. This is a great card, Donna! I love how simple it is and that heart is SUPER cute! Thanks for joining us at CAS(E) this Sketch!

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  11. Perfectly executed sketch!!! :) I love your interpretation and that sweet little heart just brings the card something extra special. Thank you for all your sweet comments regarding my video. I do hope it helps. So glad you played along with us at CASE(E) this Sketch!!!

    PS... have a great trip!

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  12. This is another lovely serene CAS card...beautiful Donna! I sent you a flickr thank you! It will be waiting for you when you return home! Enjoy your trip and hugs!!

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  13. Gorgeous!! Love your use of color (or lack of color with one bright pop.) So glad to see you at CAS(E) this Sketch!

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  14. So Cute...LOVE LOVE this Sweet Creation!! Hope you are having a Fabulous time...So Sad we can't meet up this time!! xoxoxo!!

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  15. Love your card it is beautiful and it looks a bit like mine Ive also used a Memorybox tree.

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  16. This definitely "fits the bill" Donna!! Have a wonderful trip!

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  17. beautiful! thank you for joining us at CTS ; )

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  18. What a wonderful interpretation of the sketch...you do CAS so well, Donna! Have a great trip!

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  19. What a fab die cut tree with a orange puffy heart, love! Thanks for playing this week at CAS(E) this Sketch!

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  20. love your blog - can you tell me what/how you attach your memory box die cuts to your cards without any glue /tape showing
    Debbie

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    1. I use Tombow Mino Multi Liquid Glue which has a fine tip applicator and just dab small amounts here and there.

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  21. absolutely adore your take on the sketch, girl! that little puffy heart is sooooooooo cute! fabulous work as always, my friend!

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