Hello there!  It’s the fourth Thursday of the month, which means it’s time for another sketch challenge at CAS Colours & Sketches.

I’ve turned the sketch on its side for my card.  Although our hostess, Jane, has said that other shapes can be used in place of the five rectangles, I was having a hard time figuring what else I might use.  So I just stayed true to the sketch there and used the rectangles to ground part of the sentiment on my card.  For the word “happy”, I die cut the letters, stamped the outlines on them, and then colored them.  I die cut an extra set of the letters so that I could stack them for extra dimension.  The “birthday” part of the sentiment is stamped.  I like the contrast of the colorful, rounded lower case letters with the narrow black upper case letters.

CASCAS166

sketch 166
Thanks for stopping by today!  Be sure to see what the rest of the CC&S Design Team has done with the sketch.  Then show us your own take on it by linking your card at the CC&S site by 6:00 p.m. Eastern time Wednesday, March 30.  We’d love to have you join us!

Supplies:
Stamps: Quinn’s ABCs, So Much to Say (Lawn Fawn)
Cardstock: Basic Black (Stampin’ Up); Pure Luxury White (Gina K. Designs)
Ink: Tuxedo Black (Memento)
Other: Quinn’s ABCs dies (Lawn Fawn); markers (Copic)

7 Responses to “CAS Colours & Sketches #166”

  1. This is so FUN, colourful and a FAB masculine card. Great use of the sketch. Hugs Bev x

  2. Fun take on the sketch! Love the coloring of the letters!

  3. Such wonderful vibrant and eye catching colours. Genius use of the sketch!

  4. Super use of the sketch. The black makes the coloured letters really pop!
    Louise xx

  5. Gorgeous take on the sketch Patricia, I love how we’ve all come up with something a little different to each other. Stef x

  6. This is a lovely take on the sketch! Big, bright, bold and perfectly CAS. I love it! Caro x

  7. What a great take on the sketch! It’s such a, (dare I say it?) happy card. :) Liz x

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