CAS(E) This Sketch 190!

Thursday, September 15, 2016

There's a new sketch at CAS(E) This Sketch today!  For some reason I completely forgot to write my blog post ahead of time like I usually do so I'm squeaking this one in before I head off to work this morning!



There's a one layer challenge to use our favorite flower at Less is More so I went to an oldie but goodie stamp set and colored just the poppies and not the stems.  I stamped the sentiment around them and voilà!

Short and sweet today.  Gotta run!  But thanks for stopping by and I hope you check out the beautiful cards made by my CAS(E) This Sketch teamies.  I hope to see you in the gallery!

Supplies
Stamps:  Poppy Field (Rubbernecker Stamps); Hand Lettered Thanks (WPlus9)
Paper:  White (Spectrum Noir)
Ink:  Forsty Pink, Grapevine (Altenew); Smokey Shadow (Papertrey Ink)

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10 Responses to “CAS(E) This Sketch 190!”

Patti said...

Great sketch this time and I love what you did with it!! : )

Patti

Esther said...

This is lovely, so pretty and elegant. It's a super take on the sketch and also perfect for our favourite flower challenge at Less is More. I love it! Thanks for sharing :)

Karren said...

Those poppies are gorgeous and you've made a fabulous CAS card featuring them.

Lisa said...

Perfectly sweet and simple Jen!!

Sarah Gray said...

This is perfectly CAS - crisp, clean and pretty! Love the poppy stamp you have used, Jen. Thank you for sharing with us at Less is More :)

Sharon said...

I love the classy design of your card Jen. It is so nice to see just the poppy heads coloured up and in such pretty shades too. Beautifully CAS one layer card. Thank you so much for joining us at Less is More.
Sharon xx

Silke Ledlow said...

Love the simplicity of this beautiful card!

Leigh Penner said...

Beautiful! I love your take on the sketch, Jen!

Cécile RIBON said...

What a beauty! "So very much" clean and "so very much" pretty ...

Chrissy Larson said...

Absolutely gorgeous, Jen! I love how you interpreted the sketch!