Thursday, October 23, 2014

CAS(E) this Sketch 97


Here's CAS(E) this Sketch 97 brought to you by teammate Sam.


And here's my take on it. I saw umbrellas.


I masked off a center panel and ink distressed with several shades of
Distress inks and splattered some water over it. Two umbrellas were die cut
and I inlaid two printed umbrellas in the spaces. 


I could have just adhered the umbrellas over the middle panel,
but I wanted to stay true to the sketch. And inlaying keeps it a one layer card, too.
I added some Glossy Accent raindrops (ala Laurafadora) and the sentiment
is from Papertrey Ink.

Stop by CAS(E) this Sketch to see how the rest of the team
interpreted the sketch and join us if you can. Link up your card(s)
by Thursday, October 30th.



28 comments:

  1. Donna I just love this, ,those umbrellas are so pretty and your ala LF raindrops fantastic!!

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  2. Where is the third umbrella? lol
    I love your card and your background has me drooling with envy!
    How on earth did you manage to make it look so realistic?
    Thank You Donna!

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  3. I love the inlaid umbrellas and those great raindrops!

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  4. Squealed with delight when I saw your card at CTS. So happy. Inlaying those umbrellas what a stroke of genius.

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  5. Sooo, pretty! Love the GA raindrops on top of the distress ink water splatters. Such gorgeous dimension!

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  6. Such a beautiful take on the sketch, Donna! I love your inked background and the pretty pattern you chose for the umbrellas...so charming! Love your raindrops, too!

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  7. I love this card, Donna! Your umbrellas look fantastic and the "rainy" background is perfect!

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  8. Oh, this is so cool & pretty! I love your take on the sketch!

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  9. Gorgeous! The sentiment goes so well with the lovely umbrellas. Love the raindrops!

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  10. Love your creative thinking! And the inlaying which is a technique I've been toying with too :)
    It's a super card x

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  11. As I Washingtonian, I love all umbrellas! Your card is wonderful...so much detail yet classic clean and crisp'ish.
    Happy Friday!

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  12. Awesome!! Love the inlaid umbrellas!!

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  13. You're back from holiday with a "card making" vengence....LOVE this, Donna - beautifully done :-)

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  14. oh those glossy accent drops....just delicious! such a fun card!

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  15. love your colorful umbrella, Donna! gotta try inlaid die cut sometime! thanks for the inspiration, my friend! <3

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  16. Bonjour de Belgique, je viens de voir vos cartes sur scrap rendez-vous ; ce sont de véritables petits bijoux, un beau talent... bravoooo

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  17. Bonjour
    Merci pour ce joli voyage en couleurs ^^ Merci à SrapRdv de vous avoir invitée...
    Bonne continuation
    xx Cath

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  18. Love your very appropriate umbrellas, Donna... is the third inside? I'm taking reservations for the guest-room - you're on the list!!
    =] Michele

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  19. Love those umbrellas !
    Your colors are great !
    greetings from the Netherlands
    !neke

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  20. This is gorgeous. I love how you created the raindrops for your umbrellas.

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  21. I would love to have an umbrella just like that! Gorgeous background too!!

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  22. What a wonderful card, Donna! Love the beautiful rainy background you created with distress inks and glossy accents! The patterned umbrellas are so pretty!

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  23. Donna, I love those sweet umbrellas - what a wonderful card.

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  24. Beautiful techniques ! I like the poetry of your cards ! Thanks for the tutorial and your nice comment on my blog. I'm touched ! Merci merci merci

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  25. This umbrella die is a NBUS for me! Thanks for giving me an idea! Love the distressed background and the cheerful, printed umbrellas!

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  26. Such a Fun card....Love the Colorful Umbrella's!

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