Thursday, October 5, 2017

CAS(E) this Sketch #242


Leigh brings us this week's CAS(E) this Sketch #242.


And here's my take on it. Big surprise--I didn't use a butterfly!


A Mondo Peony was white embossed and colored with Distress inks, then
fussy trimmed. A strip of striped patterned paper was adhered to the card, and
the flower was popped up over it. A sentiment and sequins finished off the card.

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5 comments:

  1. One of your cards inspired this sketch, Donna -- I loved it so much, I wanted a way to copy it! ;)
    And your card today is gorgeous! Be warned: I will be copying this one, too...

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  2. Just gorgeous! I love the color of the flower and the sentiment is perfect!

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  3. Absolutely gorgeous watercoloring on your peony, Donna! I love how you created shades of pink and your gray striped paper adds so much elegance to your design...Beautiful take on the sketch, too!

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  4. Simply beautiful, Donna! I love the color combination (pink & light gray), and the gorgeous peony. The sharp striped strip is a great complement to the soft and elegant peony. Hideko

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