It’s time for a new challenge at CAS(E) this Sketch and this week we can thank Karolyn for this wonderful sketch!
And here’s the rest of the team, as usual their creations are amazing!
We’d absolutely love you to join us, all you need to do is create a clean & simple (CAS) card using the sketch and add it to the link at the CTS blog You can find all the deets HERE. Thanks so much for stopping by.
I would like to share this card with Simon Says Stamps challenge Happy Mail!
Other Supplies: Prismacolor Pencils – Pink, Spring Green, Chartreuse, White, Powder Blue, True, Blue.
17 thoughts on “Getting Warm at CAS(E) this Sketch!”
So very pretty!
wow so pretty..love the pink on the kraft..
Such a pretty card, Therese! I love all the swirls in the sentiment…it’s perfect with the feminine tea cup! Love how you added the shadow, too!
Oh, I love those perfect shadow/highlights/ack, need crafty dictionary. The white bits around the sentiment! Such a gorgeous font.
What a lovely take on the sketch and the shadow from the cup is perfect, gives a very realistic look 🙂
Lovely. Great sketch.
Such pretty colouring, Therese – fabulous card – LOVE the shadow 🙂
This is just lovely!
What a genius approach to that sketch!!!
Love how you’ve added highlights to the word “warm”, it’s perfect! Sweet card Therese!
Beautifully done with the sweet colors on the cup and the Kraft steam!!
What an awesome sentiment. It looks so effective with the touch of the white highlights. Your cup certainly is a fabulous pop of colour against that kraft background.
This turned out so cute! Love the way you incorporated the sketch!!!
I was convinced on first look that you’d embossed the sentiment, Therese … the dimension you’ve added with the white is amazing! Such a sweet image and yummy colours! Anita 🙂
mmm certainly a cosy warm card, the Kraft card is a perfect choice. Great shadow stamping for the steamy sentiment!!! Lol…. how rude does that sound !!! :0)
Gorgeous card Terese, I love the swirly sentiment.
Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp
just darling. I love how the teacup is tipped.