Wednesday 31 July 2013

Wednesday magic

First off today I want to say a big big thank you to everyone who has left comments on my blog.  They've given me great pleasure and been a real boost to my confidence.  It's also made me realise just how important it is to leave comments on blogs, guess I've been guilty of looking at blogs, admiring the content and then not taking those extra few minutes to let the owner know how much I've enjoyed reading and looking. So my target for August is make sure I leave comments and spread a bit of love!

I've made two cards today using the current CAS sketch. I think I might have said before that I really enjoy making the same design in different colourways to see the difference it makes. Well that's exactly what I did with these cards. First of all I used caramel & chocolate muted colours, then tried my favourite vibrant pink, purple and blue combination.  Can't make up my mind which I like the best, but as I  love the names of the brown inks I've decided that's the one I'll enter for the challenge.

Card 1:
Stamps:Uniko Studio, Background Builders Chevrons & Round in Circles, Flower Power #2 sentiment
Ink: Memento, Rich Cocoa, Peanut Brittle & Toffee Crunch
Card & paper: From my stash
Embellishment: Gem from my stash

Card 2:
Stamps: As card 1
Ink: Adirondack, Purple Twilight, Raspberry & Sail Boat Blue
Card & paper: From my stash
Embellishment: Gem from my stash 

Thanks for looking.



  1. I really like your interpretation of the sketch. Geometric cards are so difficult for me, but you seem to have them sorted! If I'm honest I like the purple one best, but then I'm a purple kinda girl! Thanks for joining in with the fun at CC&S

    Louise xx

  2. Cool cards. Love the colors on the second! Thanks for playing along with us at CAS Colours & Sketches!


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