Here we are at Thursday again. And Thursday means a new challenge at CAS(E) This Sketch. Our sketch this week is from Sam Simpson.
That teeny-tiny trapezoid shape had me stumped for a bit but once I decided to use three enamel dots in its place I was okay. The colors for my card come from the latest challenge at The Paper Players and I promise you that the enamel dot on the right is not black (as it looks in the photo) but a dark green in keeping with the color challenge! A photographer I am not!
I used a stencil and some embossing paste on the big Soft Sky layer to give it some interest. Otherwise it would have been a big, boring blue layer! Then I got the bright idea to use vellum for that wide horizontal layer and from there I stuck on the enamel dots. If the right side of the vellum looks like it is sticking up from the card base that's because it is. A little glue remedied that after the fact, but I decided not to re-shoot my pics so you get to see the floating vellum version!
Thanks for stopping by! There's loads of inspiration at CAS(E) This Sketch so be sure to pop on over there to see what's what. You won't be sorry - and I hope we can see you in the gallery!
Stamps: Much Appreciated (SU)
Paper: White (Spectrum Noir); Soft Sky, Vellum (SU)
Ink: Jet Black (Stazon)
Accessories: Dot Fade stencil (Tim Holtz); translucent embossing paste (Dreamweaver); enamel dots (Doodlebug Designs); black embossing powder