Saturday 13 October 2012

CAS(E) this Sketch! Challenge #1

I saw Sue's GORGEOUS entries for a new challenge going on and I wanted to join in the fun. This blog is all about following the Sketch provided and CASEing it with a CAS style. Easy, huh? Maybe for some, lol. CAS isn't the most favourite of themes for most people but I really do like it. I don't think I 'pull it off' everytime but I am joining more and more CAS challenges to find inspiration.
I have started with a piece of Very Vanilla cardstock and cut it down to create a square card.  I have used my Simply Scored to create the score lines. I chose a stamp out my Jolly Bingo Bits set and decided to stamp in Basic Black and Real Red. The sentiment is from my Petite Pairs set.
Here is my card -

This is the sketch -

Follow the link to CAS(E) this Sketch! to join in the fun.

I was really happy with this card in the end. I have never made a CAS christmas card and I think I will be making some more!

Thanks for looking xx


  1. This turned out to be such a pretty Christmas card! It would be fun to make a set of them as a gift. So glad you played along with us over at CAS(E) this Sketch!

  2. You certainly 'pulled off' CAS with this one. LOVE it. x

  3. I think it's a perfect CAS card and I agree with Jackie. This would make an awesome card set! We are so happy you played along at CAS(E) this Sketch!

  4. I absolutely love the pop of red and the scored lines are a perfect accent! So glad to see you at CAS(E) this Sketch!

  5. So sharp and fresh... great take on the sketch!
    Alison x

  6. Gorgeous! Love the repeated poinsettias with the one popped in red :) Thanks for playing CAS(E) this Sketch this week!

  7. Thanks, Kylie! You've made a lovely CAS Christmas card. Sue x

  8. Those score lines look great! Love the CAS card!! Thanks for playing along with us at CAS(E)this Sketch!


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