Hello!  The design team from CAS – Colours and Sketches is back from holiday break and ready to start off another year of fun clean and simple challenges!  We’re starting back up again with a sketch.  You’re welcome to manipulate the sketch, or change the oval to another shape, so long as we can still easily recognize the main elements of the sketch.

I’ve stretched the sketch out to a rectangle and turned it 90° on its side.  I’ve also decided to use a heart in place of the oval.  Although it’s too late now to send Valentine’s Day cards to Operation Write Home to be used this year, I kept the sentiment simple enough that this card could be sent during other times of the year.    The heart is raised up from the front panel with dimensional adhesive.

CASCAS106

Be sure to stop by the challenge blog and welcome our two newest DT members, Jane and Stef!  Then create your own card using this sketch, and link it to the challenge site by 1:00 p.m. Eastern time Wednesday, January 14.  We’d love to have you join us!  Thanks for stopping by today.

Supplies:
Stamps: Real Carnation (Hero Arts); Short & Sweet (Stampin’ Up)
Cardstock: Pure Luxury White (Gina K. Designs); Pink Pirouette (SU)
Ink: Pink Pirouette, Pear Pizzazz, Purely Pomegranate (SU)
Other: Purely Pomegranate satin ribbon, dimensionals (SU); heart die (Sizzix)

5 Responses to “CAS – Colours and Sketches #106”

  1. This is gorgeous – I love your carnation image – Jacqueline xx

  2. Such a beautifully romantic card. I love it!
    Louise xx

  3. Just lovely Patricia! Love the flower and that lush ribbon! :)
    Lizy xx

  4. So pretty! Loving the carnation stamp – looks hand painted and that ribbon is just gorgeous.

  5. Great card Patricia, that ribbon is gorgeous! I must start thinking about designing some Valentine inspiration too! Thank you so much for helping me out with my queries on the admin blog and for your kind comments on my first DT post. Stef x

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