Thursday, May 31, 2018

CAS(E) this Sketch #274

Here's this week's CAS(E) this Sketch #274--a little something from me.

I had so many ideas for this sketch, but in the end, settled on this.

I bought the Hero Arts Paper Layering Sunflower when it first debuted, colored it,
but never used it. When it fell out of my stash of diecuts, well, it was a sign. Because
it was colored so long ago, I forgot which medium I used. I'm guessing Zig markers
and a waterbrush, plus a brown Copic marker to dot the "seeds" in the center.

A green piece of card stock was trimmed to 2x3" and the corners were rounded, 
then ink distressed. I adhered the panel onto a kraft card base, and the the 
sunflower over it, per the sketch. The bottom corners were rounded off 
and the stamped sentiment finished off the card.

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 7th.
Thanks for stopping by today!


  1. she loves it, she loves it not... oh heck yes she loves it!!!! Just fabulous, with your signature blended deliciousness!

  2. Oh how lovely!! I like the dark green with the bright yellow!! Love that it just "fell" out of your stash!!!

  3. Gorgeous sunflower, Donna! I love all the dimension you created with your ink blending on the petals, and your CAS design is sheer perfection!

  4. Beautiful, Donna! I love these colors and the texture you've sponged around the green rectangle. Thanks for the inspiring sketch!

  5. The sunflower is so lovely and impactful, Donna! Beautiful zig coloring, copic coloring, and ink-distressing. Love the color palette, and of course your fabulous take on the inspiring sketch! Hideko xx

  6. This is SO, cheerful, happy!