Thursday, June 2, 2011

CAS-ual Fridays Challenge #5–Sketch Challenge!

Hola Peeps!

 

Oh  My Gravy!!  The submissions for last week’s CAS-ual Fridays Graduation challenge were utterly amazing, and I, for one, am so amazed at the creativity that we’re seeing week after week.  Keep it coming, friends – we love to see what you got!!

 

CFC05 - Sketch

This week’s CAS-ual Fridays challenge is a super fun and clever sketch challenge, designed by our brilliant sketch guru – Laura Davis. (Of course, you all remember that she was one of the genius halves of the 2 Sketches 4 You challenge, right?!)

 

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The Craft’s Meow has very generously agreed to sponsor this week’s challenge, which means that you all have the possibility of winning another fabulous prize – no doubt it’s a goodie!  But you’ll have to head on over to the CAS-ual Fridays blog to see what it is.

CFC05 - Miss You

Here’s my answer to the sketch challenge.  Fun, right?!  I’ll list the products I used below, but I wanted to showcase just a few little things.  First, that amazing sunburst is an image from a new A Muse Studio set that I hadn’t had a chance to ink up called Grunged Sunrays.  And those clouds?  They’re made from vellum and were created using my Silhouette – oh how I love my Silhouette!!  I inked up the edges for some dimension.

PRODUCTS USED:

STAMPS:  A MUSE STUDIO (Grunged Sunrays); PAPERTREY INK (Simple Sentiments)
INK:  TSUKINEKO (Onyx Black Dye Ink); FRESH INK (Mango and Bermuda Pigment Ink)
PAPER:  FRENCH POPTONE (Sno Cone CS); PAPERTREY INK (Raspberry Fizz and Harvest Gold CS); NEENAH CLASSIC CREST (Ultra Smooth Solar White CS)
ACCESSORIES:  SILHOUETTE AMERICA (Silhouette Electronic Die Cut Machine and Cloud Border); STAMPIN’ UP (Stampin’ Dimensionals)

 

That’s it for me today kids!  Be sure and run right over to the CAS-ual Fridays blog to see the other beautiful samples that the Girl Fridays made to inspire you to join our fun challenge!  Thanks so much for stopping by today.  Your sweet comments and the time you take to visit means more to me than you’ll ever know!!

21 comments:

Lori Barnett said...

Well I KNOW you made that card for me...because I KNOW you miss me! :) Well...I miss you too sweet thing! All the colors on this card make me happy and smile! LOVE IT! I have the layout for CFC 5 printed and will work on something for it. JUST for GF! (((Hugs)))

Kryssi said...

I love love love this! I'm kinda obsessed with sun rays and all, you know? I love the sentiment too, one of my fave stamps. :)

Virginia L. said...

You are rocking this challenge, Karolyn!! I adore the simplicity AND comlexity of this gorgeous card--all the same time! Absolutely brilliant!

Jenny said...

Love love love this card Carolyn, brilliant stamp and great sketch to use it on. Thanks for your comments on my cards...they make me smile :)
Jenny x

Karen B. said...

This is just a really fresh and beautiful card, great colors and great sentiment.

I'm Renee said...

Beautiful.
Love all the colors...
and the sun ray stamp is amazing...
love it all!

Laura Davis said...

This is one awesome card!
hugs
Laura

Arlene said...

Very pretty card! Great job. :)
Arlene

~amy~ said...

Such thee perfect card!

Pat (mspfd) said...

Fantastic creation! This design rocks.

Marlena M. said...

Wonderful, simple, effective! ;)

Pauline said...

Wonderful card, that sunrise is gorgeous!

Becky said...

This just makes me smile! :)

Aileen said...

The sun rays are very eye catching, super take on the sketch. x

yyam said...

Love how simple and eye-catching this is! Awesome!

Alberta said...

Bright and Lovely. Creative use of the clouds.

Basement Stamper said...

that sentiment works so well with that cute sunrays image. Great job with the sketch!

Shona said...

Karolyn, you did fab job on the challenge! LOVE the sunburst. You did a fantastic job with the clouds too - great dimension.

Patrice said...

Beautiful card!

Cath said...

Love this sunny card, Karolyn! Sunshine seems to be on everyone's mind these days! :)

Julie Day said...

What a great card! love the colors you chose for this and the sun scene looks so peaceful :)