Hey there!

Hey there!

Well today is my last day as guest designer over at the CAS Colours & Sketches Challenge. I’ve had such a fun August – many thanks to the wonderful team who have been so kind and supportive!

This week, the team has a fun sketch for you. I must say that when I first saw it, I was concerned that my take would end up being dominated by whatever I used for the grey panel and my card could end up not being CAS!

Luckily I remembered the wonderful Penny Black Wonky Squares die that I’ve had for a few months but haven’t used…. I cut it twice – once from white card and once from card that I had altered with some Paper Artsy infusions. I inlaid the coloured panels into the white frame and then cut a small section from the bottom of the panel to reflect the sketch. After adhering the panel to the base card, I cut a Waffle Flower sentiment die twice and inlaid the ‘Hey’ using the darker cardstock.

Quite a different card for me, but I think the end result looks quite CAS. Plus I have a card that I can easily send to a male friend!

The CAS Colours & Sketches Challenge team have created some wonderful cards – I do hope you can play along with us!

Thanks for stopping by!

LucieG.

6 comments

  1. Love the absolute simplicity of your card, Lucie!! Great use of the die cuts, color, and the pop your sentiment provides. Hugs, Cathy

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  2. How stunning it is, Lucie! Love how you’ve created with the die and the sentiment strip is so cool! Thanks for guest designing at CAS Colours & Sketches. Hope you will come to visit and join more often!

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  3. What a FAB die and LOVE how you have used it with the inlay technique. Wonderful use of the sketch and it has been lovely having you as our GD at CC&S this month. Hugs Bev x

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