Flower wish

Hello everyone!

Even though we’re now in March (and by the way how did THAT happen?), the Daily Marker 30 Day Colouring challenge continues for two more days, and that means my personal wood stamp challenge also continues!

Today I’m playing along with the challenge over at both the Retro Rubber Challenge blog and the Try Stampin’ On Tuesday blog which have a shared sketch challenge.

I used a stamp from a 2006 Hero Arts set (how can that be 13 years ago?), but when I was creating the card, I felt I needed a way of extending the image to the sentiment. So I drew a stem – quite pleased with how it turned out in the end.

I added some paper pennants cut from Basic Grey and a sentiment from My Sentiments Exactly.

Thanks for stopping by!




  1. Such a lovely CAS card, Lucie! I really like how you composed the layout based on our TSOT sketch, and bringing out that 2003 floral stamp was perfect for the project. A really nice touch to make the little pennants color coordinating with the stamped image, too. Thank you for sharing your creative talents with us at Try Stampin’ on Tuesday! Join us anytime you need a sketch for an inspiration, we have a new one each week!!! -Donna


  2. Wow, this is some serious CAS gorgeousness! LOVE your hand-drawn details – they really make the flower pop! Thanks so much for playing along with us at TSOT!


  3. What a lovely clean, crisp and pretty card! I like the way you’ve extended the stem to link to the sentiment. I’m amazed that you hand drew it! Lovely work, Lucie. Thank you for playing along with us at Retro Rubber Challenge.


  4. Love this card, clever way to use the sketch. I like that you did a wood stamp challenge for the Daily Marker challenge. I played along too, last time I did digi’s, this time I was random. Thanks for joining us at Retro Rubber. Claire DT


  5. A classic and beautiful CAS card. Having the stems extend to the sentiment was a great touch! Thanks for playing along with us at Retro Rubber!


  6. Love how clean and simple this is, and yet it still fits the sketch perfectly! Sweet as can be! SO happy that you shared this with us at Retro Rubber this week! It’s fun to use those neglected stamps, isn’t it?


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