Thursday, June 9, 2016

CAS(E) this Sketch 176

Are you ready for this week's CAS(E) this Sketch
Here's Sketch #176 compliments of our teammie Sam.

I love a simple sketch! And here's what I came up with.

Tone on tone stamping was done with a woodgrain stamp on Stone Gray
card stock and cut with the rectangle element from Blueprints 29. The panel
was then adhered to a Stone Gray card base.

The sentiment was white embossed on a piece of Steel Blue card stock and cut
with the banner element from Blueprints 27, then adhered to the card.
The flower and leaves were white embossed and colored with Distress inks
using ink daubers, then cut with the coordinating dies. They were adhered
to the card with dimensional adhesive following the sketch.

Visit 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, June 16th.
Hope to see you in the gallery!


  1. Beautiful card Donna!
    That classy background showcases your vivid flower so perfectly!

  2. Gorgeous CAS design and I love your sweet bloom, Donna! Beautiful tone-on-tone woodgrain background, too!

  3. Oh, this is so pretty! I just love it! Wonderful take on the sketch!

  4. Simply stunning! Love, love, love your flower. The colors are perfect!

  5. I extra-LOve your CTS card the week of MFT release ... always shows me just one more reason to shop!! This is no exception - love the wood grain... love you... xx

  6. Love the soft tone on tone look and the flower is beautiful with the glow starting at the centre!

  7. Well that just couldn't be any prettier! I love a simple card too, and you have nailed this one!!

  8. Very pretty Donna...I'd recognize your great style anywhere!

  9. Fabulous Donna! I love the neutral background with the colorful flower!

  10. Time to leave some blog love (*wink*) adoring this CAS card Donna, love the soft grey with that punch of colour, perfection my friend, hugs

  11. Very pretty CAS card design, Donna! Love how the stitching detail on your rectangle card base stands out and coordinates with your card!

  12. Talk about a POP of color Donna. Magnificent. I love how your inside panel is woodgrain and the base is the same color but solid. Nice subtle contrast!