Hello again!  This week at CAS Colours & Sketches we have a simple little sketch challenge up for the offering.

My husband celebrated his birthday last week, so my sample card for the challenge is the card I made for him.  I stretched the square sketch into a rectangle, and I used stars in place of the circles on the sketch.  The stamp I used for them actually has three stars together, but to add more interest to the card, I’ve used silver star-shaped brads to cover up the smallest stamped stars.  I also added a couple of clear rhinestones for a little more shine.  Punching the opposing corners at an angle also gives a little extra visual interest, tying in with the angles in the stars and the overall masculine feel of the card.

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sketch 160

What will you do with this sketch?  There are so many possibilities!  I hope you’ll try out something and share what you create with us!  Link your work to the CAS Colours & Sketches blog by 6:00 p.m. Eastern time Wednesday, February 17.

Supplies:
Stamps: Starring You (Stampin’ Up); Cake & Candles (Avery Elle)
Cardstock: Blue Bayou, Sahara Sand (SU)
Ink: Baja Breeze (SU)
Other: rhinestones, tag corner punch (SU); star brads (The Paper Studio)

8 Responses to “CAS Colours & Sketches #160”

  1. I really like the punched corners – something to CASE there! Lovely sentiment, echoed by the stars. A great male card. Caro x

  2. Great masculine card! Love the brad for the 3rd star!

  3. Don’t those chopped off corners look fab – adds a whole new dimension to your card. Loving the shiny star brads and glam rhinestones.

  4. Fab CAS beauty and loving the angled opposing edges, adds great interest. Hugs Bev x

  5. I love how we’ve covered so many different occasions with just one sketch. I like the use of the brads in place of the third star. Hope your hubby enjoyed his birthday. Stef x

  6. Just the right touch of bling here to add a little extra without detracting from the CAS design. I like it ( and I’m pretty sure your husband will too!) It’s good to see another ‘occasion’ in the DT gallery, shows how versatile CAS can be!
    Louise xx

  7. Those punched corners are fantastic. It’s a really fab masculine card
    Sharon xx

  8. Always good to see a masculine card; it’s amazing how hard they can be. I love the cropped corners too as well as the overall design. Hope he had a great birthday. Liz x

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