Friday, June 28, 2013

for you.../Wanna Sketch #6

Happy Friday! I'm back with another post. I was on a roll last night and started two cards last night, then finished them up today. I played along with Lisa Arana's Wanna Sketch #6. I love the CAS-iness of this sketch. (Is CAS-iness even a word? It is now! LOL!) Here's what I came up with:


here's the inside:


and the sketch:


I have a bachelorette party/bridal shower to go to tomorrow, so I needed to make a card for that. I finally used this super cute raindrops stamp from Unity Stamps. I mixed it with some Paper Smooches stamps. (I think it worked out pretty good!) The umbrella was stamped on white card stock and two different patterned papers, fussy cut and adhered together. The raindrops were stamped in Teal Zeal, then I used an aqua blue marker to add a hint of color to them. I liked how they looked, but still felt they needed a little more. Out came the Stickles! Woo Hoo! I'm gonna need another bottle of this soon. I seem to be using it. A lot! Used a scrap of paper to stamp the sentiment. The inside sentiment I printed from my computer. Such a cute, sweet card, but when she opens her gift, she'll be surprised with how risque' it is! LOL!

Thanks for stopping by, and feel free to leave a comment. I appreciate and read all of them! Hope you get the chance to play along with the Wanna Sketch challenge. You have plenty of time to play, as it's open until July 20th!

Chris
Supplies
Stamps: Unity Stamps - February 2012 KOM; Paper Smooches - Sunny Side Up, Simply Said
Ink: Memento - Teal Zeal; Tuxedo Black
DP: MME - Quite Contrary-Jack & Jill
Card Stock: Recollections
Adhesive: SA by 3L - MyStik; 3D foam squares; Elmer's extra strength glue stick
Accessories: Marvy Uchida markers; Ranger Stickles; inside sentiment printed from Microsoft Office

9 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness! Love this!!! The raindrops just sparkle and that umbrella is darling. Love, love, love how you were inspired by wanna sketch! Thanks for playing along.

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  2. Super cute card, perfect for a shower. Great take on the sketch too. Now I know where I got the expression "fussy cut" from lol. The challenge at Clear it Out Tuesday is for paper piecing and your card is perfect for it. The challinge finishes Monday night.

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  3. LOOOOOOOOVE! What a fab way to use those PS stamps and this sketch! LOVE the glittered rain-- SUPER SUPER FAB! LOVE those papers! You nailed this card inside and out:)

    ps... did you see that my latest video? I almost mentioned you in it because you always decorate the inside of your cards!!! LOL! I'm working on that-- I promised I would try to decorate the inside sometime soon!!!!! :) <3 Thanks for inspiring!

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    1. I did watch your video and caught that! I would never have been able to walk through any doorways, if you mentioned my name in your video, from the swelled head I'd have! LOL! I'm truly flattered and thanks for all your inspiration!! ((hugs!))

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  4. CASiness is a word now! Love it. And inquiring minds (well, me) want to know - what was said risque gift?? lol
    This is SUCH an awesome card - you cannot get too glittery!

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  5. You have such a clever and creative knack for sentiments, Chris! I just LOVE this idea for a bridal shower!

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  6. CASiness is a word for sure! ;)
    I love how you decorate the inside of your cards too. Such a pretty card!

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