Thursday 31 March 2016

CAS Colours & Sketches #167

A great way to wind up my month as hostess at CAS Colours & Sketches is with the double dare challenge! A brand new colour combo and a favourite sketch of mine.

For this challenge it is a requirement to use both the sketch and colour combo - and no other colours apart from the given neutrals. But exactly how you use the colours within the sketch is entirely up to your creativity.

I love the Create A Smile stamp set I've used for my card and especially how the different critters hang just on the edge. She's just one very cute bear!

I stamped using chocolate chip - yummy name - for the main images and sentiment and daffodil delight for the little touches. The card strip is a scrap of pacific point card stock I found lurking in my stash.

Stamps: Create A Smile, Poppin' Over; Uniko, Some Bunny
Inks: SU, daffodil delight, chocolate chip
Card: SU, pacific point

Are you up for this double challenge? Sure you are! Want some inspiration to help you on your way? Check out the DT cards here.

So good of you to stop by my blog today, I'm really pleased you did.  And keep crafting!

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  1. Jane this is so cute! Gorgeous stamping and so CAS. It's gorgeous. Caro x

  2. This is adorable, Jane! Great image composition for the sentiment.

  3. Hi, Jane!

    This is really cute and very clever! Very "Kilroy was here!" (Wish I'd thought of it - perhaps we can start a Movement?)

  4. Jane - the set Create a Smile is very well named, because this card does just that. It's awesome. Thanks for a month of really great challenges. Liz x

  5. Lovely card - what a cute set that looks.

  6. The bear is adorable! I love the little pops of yellow. You've been a fabulous challenge hostess throughout March! {Hugs}

  7. This little chap makes me smile! Love the simple lines and pops of colour. Very CAS

  8. Aww! This is so cute!! Love the colors and the little bow!!!


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