Hello hello!  At CAS Colours & Sketches, we’re celebrating our challenge blog’s sixth birthday this week with challenge #300!  To thank our challenge participants for helping us to reach this milestone, we’re offering up a prize from Uniko to one lucky player in this week’s challenge.  You won’t want to miss out on this event!  All the details are at the challenge site.

I’m the challenge host at CC&S this month, and for this week, I’ve drawn up a sketch that incorporates our birthday celebration.  It features six shapes stretched along one of the long sides of the card.  Any shape can be used, and they can be different sizes, but they must all be the same shape – for instance, six hearts, six balloons, six squares, etc.

My original plan was to make a wintry card with six snowflakes, but after I noticed that a couple of the other design team members were using snowflakes on their cards, I opted to do something different.  My cardstock folders with the colors from last week’s challenge were still on my desk, so I used scraps from them to create little rectangular gift packages with ribbons.  I turned the sketch on its side so I could stack the boxes.  I cut a little gift bow shape from another scrap to decorate the present on the top of the stack.  Even though the colors suggested Christmas, I wanted another birthday card to add to my stockpile for Send a Smile 4 Kids – plus it ties into the CC&S birthday theme.  The card would have looked a little too plain if I’d put the packages directly on the card base, so I adhered them to a panel of textured cardstock, which is attached with a couple of cardstock shims beneath it to give some dimension to the card.

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sketch 300

We’d love to see what you can create with this week’s colors, and to have you join in celebrating with us!  Share your card at the CC&S website by 6:00 p.m. Eastern time Monday, December 3.  We hope you’ll continue to join in our challenges.  Thank you to our fantastic sponsor for this week, Uniko!

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Supplies:
Stamp: Birthday Greetings (Gina K. Designs)
Cardstock: Cherry Cobbler, Tranquil Tide, Mint Macaron (Stampin’ Up); Solar White, Solar White Classic Linen (Neenah)
Ink: Cherry Cobbler (SU)

4 Responses to “CAS Colours & Sketches #300”

  1. This is a fabulous use of the sketch, would work for a holiday card too…hint hint.

  2. Love your pile of presents, Patricia ! So clever ! I rarely think to turn the sketch, but I really love what you’ve done with it that way. I wanted to thank you for inviting me as GD for November. It was a great honour and I enjoyed every single challenge I shared with you all. I wish you and your family a merry Christmas and see you next year with pleasure in new challenges ! Hugs x

  3. What a wonderful stack of presents, appropriately themed for the birthday celebrations and upcoming holidays too! Hugs Bev x

  4. This is just so clever! Love it – especially how the presents are all lined up by the ribbon!

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