Thursday, June 15, 2017

CAS(E) this Sketch #226


This week's CAS(E) this Sketch #226 is a little something from me.


 I rotated the sketch and came up with this.


A small panel of Latté card stock was stenciled with the Crosshatch Stencil
and white pigment ink, then trimmed and adhered to a Natural card base.
The hula girl was stamped and colored with Copics and fussy trimmed then
adhered to the card. A stamped sentiment and enamel dots finished off the card.

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11 comments:

  1. So happy to have found your blog through Ellen's website! Such great inspiration!!! I may never have "card block" again!! Love your work!!!

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  2. Oh I dream of receiving a card like this from you! One day ... fingers crossed! xx
    =]

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  3. Thanks for a nifty sketch...I relate much better to it flipped upside down :)

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  4. Super sweet card! I love how you rotated the sketch!

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  5. Great sketch, Donna, love what you did with it! Beautiful coloring!

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  6. This is fabulous!! LOVE your rotation of the sketch and that fun stenciling!! Great design!

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  7. Your take is so adorable and well-done Donna!
    Love it!!

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  8. Love this sweet card with an adorable hula girl, Donna! Using white pigment ink for stenciling adds softness to the crosshatch pattern.

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