Tuesday 29 June 2021

CAS Colours & Sketches #426

  It's the fifth Tuesday of March, and that means it's a Double Challenge!  We're throwing back with a trio of retired Stampin' Up colors and one of our past sketch challenges, combining them into one color and sketch challenge.  Shannon is our Host and has given us a wonderful double!

I made a smooshed background and die-cut the largest panel and the butterfly. Next I  sponged the pink on the edges of the smaller panel and stamped the sentiment.  I used Karin Markers to colour the flowers. To finish I added the bow and some bling.

Stamp: CASual Friday Wonderful Words
Dies: Tim Holtz Wildflower Stems * (I think); PB Antique Frame & Butterfly
* I'm not very organised, I've  thrown all my flower dies  together, 
so they could be Alexandra Renke😩

I hope you'll check out the CC&S blog to see what the rest of the design team and our  Guest Designer have created.  We hope you'll be inspired to make your own card, which needs to be linked to  the challenge post by 6:00 p.m. Eastern time Monday. 

Thanks for taking the time to visit my blog! I love to read your comments:)


  1. Such a feminine card Jenny! I love the smooshed panel and the way you cut a butterfly out of the same smooshing (is that even a word?!) and that little bunch of flowers tied up with a bow. Vicky x

  2. this is great love that pink smooshed, it looks so good against the white background and the little details on your bouquet are just lovely xx

  3. Love this soft pink background with the bright flowers! A gorgeous card, Jenny!

  4. I Love your watercolored background, die cut flowers, colors and die cut frames. All perfect for the sketch & color challenge, Jenny. TFS my friend. Love and Hugs...Nancy

  5. A beautiful card Jenny - love how you have interpreted the sketch, and those flowers are gorgeous
    Stay safe

  6. This is simply stunning!!! I love the edges, the smooshing...just everything about it!

  7. Love the smooshed background panel Jenny (mine never turn out so well!) and your cluster of wildflower stems is so pretty. Great job!