Thursday, 18 June 2015

CAS Colours & Sketches #129

The second June colour challenge starts today at CAS Colours & Sketches.

http://cascoloursandsketches.blogspot.co.uk/

A couple of new in-colours in the mix, but don't panic if they're not in your collection yet, just match as best as you can with what you have - that's what I've had to do!


I started by stamping a background of hardwood topped with falling stars and the sentiment. I die cut a stitched rectangle and then chopped it up into three parts taking care to slice between the letters of the sentiment.


I felt a little more was needed behind the three segments so I stamped three stripes in matching colours and then mounted the segments onto pads to add a little pop of dimension. Don't you just love that Uniko sentiment? Bit of a go to set for me.

Supplies:
Stamps:SU, Hardwood; SSS, Falling Stars; Uniko Studio, Background Builders Squared, All Occasion Sentiments #3
Inks: SU, basic grey; Memento, peanut brittle, cottage ivy
Die: Lil'inker, stitched mats rectangles 

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 So what will you create with the colours from CAS Colours & Sketches? Looking forward to finding out!

Thanks for your visit today, hope you found something to get your creativity buzzing. And keep crafting!

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9 comments:

  1. love the woodgrain background - thanks for joining us at ATSM this week

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  2. Hi. I really like all the look of texture you've managed to get on a flat card. Wood grain wins for me every time.

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  3. Really nice card. Thanks for joining us at Die Cuttin' Divas this week.

    Leslie

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  4. I was tempted to use Hardwood but I think you nailed it with the one. Those little stars look so pretty, like flowers Great use of the colours
    Louise xx

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  5. Those narrow stripes bring it all together beautifully and are so elegant.

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  6. Those narrow stripes bring it all together beautifully and are so elegant.

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  7. Thanks for playing with Die Cuttin' Divas this week. Very cool card.

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  8. I love that hardwood stamp and don't use mine as often as I probably should! I like your little stars dancing along it. Cutting the sentiment panel is a great way to add extra interest to the card. Well done, Jane!

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  9. GASP! What a beautiful, innovative, eye-catching card, Jane! Your sentiment says it all: FABULOUS! Thank you for sharing your creativity in the ATSM gallery!
    ~c

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