Thursday, January 11, 2018

CAS(E) this Sketch #254


Here's CAS(E) this Sketch #254 brought to you by Leigh.


And here's my simplified take on it.


A woodgrain rectangle piece was ink distressed and adhered to a card base.
Flowers and leaves were adhered and finished off with the white embossed
sentiment on a fishtail banner.

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9 comments:

  1. Gorgeous take on the sketch Donna!
    Happy productive year to you <3

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  2. You are creating such beautiful cards with these stamps, Donna! Wonderful take on the sketch!

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  3. Layered stamping is one of tricky things to me. You've done it beautifully. Love your distressed background always!😍
    Thank you so much for your warm comment that you left in my blog. I appreciate that, Donna. Marge♡♡

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  4. This is beautiful!! I LOVE your layering of those stamps!! AMAZING!!

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  5. A very pretty card, the woodgrain really softens the entire card. Lovely. Have a great day!

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  6. Pretty roses against the ink distressed woodgrain panel, Donna! I definitely want to try ink distressing the woodgrain cardstock myself! The warm and soft touch is perfect for woodgrain pattern. Hideko xx

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  7. Love this SO much. That woodgrain panel is awesome especially with the inking!!

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  8. Such a wonderful card, Donna! I love the woodgrain panel with the bright, cheery flowers. Love it!

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