Thursday, May 16, 2019

CAS(E) this Sketch #322


Here's this week's CAS(E) this Sketch #322, compliments of yours truly.




And after watching this video by MFT teammate Stephanie, I came up with this.



 I followed Stephanie's tutorial using glossy card stock and Distress Oxide inks
then followed up with a coating of Distress Glaze. I trimmed the fleshy part of
the fruit and added the "rind" on the bottom, then adhered them to a white
card base. The seeds and sentiment strip were cut from Steel Grey card stock
and adhered to the card.

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Have you ever seen square watermelons? Apparently in Japan, they start
growing them in square molds and by the time they're ready to harvest,
a square watermelon is born. They're purely ornamental and not meant to be eaten
but still, fun to look at.




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6 comments:

  1. Any shape, size, or color, Donna... no matter how it's even sliced, your card is one in a melon! xx
    =]

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  2. What a fun card! The square watermelon...odd but I can't imagine why you still can't eat them?! Anyway, love yours!

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  3. I do not like watermelon at all. But I LOOOOVE this card, Donna. Thanks so much for the inspiration sketch. ♥

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  4. What a fab card, Donna. That square of watermelon is delightful! tfs

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  5. I love this card, Donna! The visual texture of your watermelon looks so realistic - juicy and sweet! Distress Oxide inks and Distress Glaze worked well. I've seen square watermelons on TV but I didn't know they weren't edible. Thanks for sharing!
    Hideko xx

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