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Friday, June 6, 2014

Zig-Zag Birthday

Love the simple sketch for CAS(E) this Sketch (CTS79).  For the repeated design, a zig-zag image from the School Years set is stamped using Honey, Olive and New England Ivy inks.  For the fourth color of Color My Heart Color Dare 97, a birthday sentiment from Joyful Birthday was embossed using Outdoor Denim pigment ink and the card base is Outdoor Denim cardstock.  



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Sheila Bennett
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16 comments:

  1. Great card, Sheila, and *fabulous* stamping!

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  2. Great stamping, Sheila! I love the colours, and it's a great take on the sketch!

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    1. Thank you, Michelle. It was a fun sketch to work with.

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  3. I love the stamp you used--so angular and masculine. Great job combining two challenges. Thanks for playing along with us again at Color My Heart Color Dare this week.
    :) Marie

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    1. Thank you, Marie. That image is in the School Years stamp set. This is the first time that I've used it, and I really like it. :)

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  4. Love that zig zag image - so perfect for the sketch! Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!

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    1. Thanks, Jen. Love that image too, and will have to try to remember to use it more.

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  5. Oh, wonderful stamping! Great take on the sketch!

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  6. Ooooh, I like this! What a great idea for a guy's card!

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  7. What a clever combination of the two challenges. I love how you used a background stamp and made it a focus. Thanks for sharing your creative talent with us at Color My Heart.

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    1. Thanks, Becca. Combining challenges is always fun.

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  8. Perfectly CAS and perfect for CTS#79...... love the interlocking pattern!

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Thanks for your comments! It is always nice to hear some feedback. :)