CAS(E) This Sketch 248

Thursday, November 16, 2017

It's only week until Thanksgiving day here in the US!  I can hardly believe it!  Time is marching on...to Christmas that is.  I've got another  Christmas card today for our latest challenge at CAS(E) This Sketch.  This challenge is good for two weeks so you can enjoy the turkey and all the fixin's and join us at your leisure!



The old white on white card.  That's the challenge at The Paper Players this week.  I love the look of this card in real life but it's so hard to photograph.  This didn't come out half bad.  You can see the white die cut sentiment and there's a little sliver of white glimmer paper too.  And bonus - this was super easy to put together!


How are you doing on your Christmas cards?  I'm afraid to count mine in case I'm woefully short.  I don't want to stress out about it!

Thanks for stopping by.  And don't forget our latest challenge at CAS(E) This Sketch is on for two weeks.  Plenty of time to play along.  Hop on over to the blog to check out all the details.

Supplies
Paper:  Solar White (Neenah); Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer (Stampin' Up!)
Accessories:  Stitched Basic Edges die (My Favorite Things); Merry Christmas die (Impression Obsession)

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7 Responses to “CAS(E) This Sketch 248”

Chrissy Larson said...

Absolute perfection, Jen!! I love the white on white on white!

Shelly said...

Simply, perfect!

Lisa Elton said...

Fabulous white on white Jen!!

laurie said...

I love those dies! What a great card.Thanks for playing along at The Paper Players...so happy you joined us!

Leigh Penner said...

Ooh, this is so elegant!

Jaydee said...

Love the tag with the die-cut sentiment, Jen. It adds just the right about of texture and depth. Great take on the challenge. So glad you joined us at the Paper Players this week
jaydee

Papercraft Boutique said...

This is so elegant, Jen! I enlarged your picture, and saw where the glimmer paper is! :-) So beautiful!
Yes, it's hard to take a good picture of white on white cards, but we all know they look elegant and noble. This one is no exception! Hideko