Tuesday, August 22, 2017

CAS Colours & Sketches #237 - Sketch Challenge

Back with a great sketch challenge this week for the CAS Colours and Sketches Blog.

A package from PTI's latest release arrived on my doorstep this week and the Beautiful Berries:  Autumn Stamp Set barely had time to be pulled from the box before I inked it up.! It was the perfect stamp set for this week's sketch.  In addition to the inks, I added some makers for additional depth of color to the image.  I love the triptych idea Karen has given us to play around with!  Take a peek at the DT's work here and then join us in the gallery!

Challenges Entered:
Crafting From the Heart #173 -AG
Paper Players #358 - CAS+ coloring
Use Your Stuff #276 - New Beginnings
A Bit More Time to Craft #50 - AG


10 comments:

  1. Beautiful choice of stamp and love how you have created an idea I had in my head but couldn't get onto a card! FAB inspiration. Hugs Bev x

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  2. What glorious, rich blossoms! Such lovely colouring! Great sketch. Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players.

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  3. This is pretty Cathy. It's hard to make sympathy cards but you did a great job... classy, elegant and lovely.

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  4. These autumn berries are gorgeous, Cathy. I love how you used them on three panels, terrific use of the sketch. Thanks so much for joining us this week at The Paper Players!

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  5. Fantastic way to split up a long stamp to give it more visual interest. Beautiful card! Thanks for playing along at Use Your Stuff - Gail

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  6. Your card is lovely, love the rich colors. Great interpretation of the sketch.

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  7. Love the colour combination that you used.

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  8. This card is gorgeous! Love that stamp and how you split it up! Thanks so much for sharing with us at UYS! -Lori DT

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  9. Wonderful card. I love the touch of blue in the background!

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Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment. I appreciate each and every one of them. Cathy