It's time for another fun sketch from CAS(E) this Sketch!
This one has a nice little vignette.
The frilly oval and the bird in the graphic took me to a vintage look - or at least my version of vintage!
Isn't that a cute die? I needed it like a hole-in-the-head, but it just jumped into my cart, so I had to use it before it got tucked away and quite possibly forgotten. I do have to admit that it is a little bigger than I imagined it would be - it's not going to be easy to tuck in as embellishment - so I made it the focus!
I look forward to see what you all create. My favorite part of my card making week is browsing through the incredible variety of cards that are linked up at CAS(E) this Sketch!
- Stamps: Simon Says Stamp All Occasion Banners
- Paper: Papertrey Ink Soft Stone, Stampin' Up Smoky Slate
- Ink: Stampin' Up Basic Gray
- Accessories: Memory Box Vintage Bicycle, Ellen Hutson Iridescent Water Sequins, Simo Says Stamp Tilted Banners dies, Cuttlebug embossing folder, My Mind's Eye Boy Crazy Decorative Buttons
OMG this is the cutest! Love the penny farthing bike die. Really clever sentiment too!ReplyDelete
LOVE the bike die - and I'm thrilled it landed in your cart because the resulting card is GORGEOUS! I'm adding the bike to my wish list for sure. Colours, layout, sentiment - winning combination! Hope you're having a great Thursday!ReplyDelete
fabulous card!! :)ReplyDelete
I love everything about it!ReplyDelete
The die is bigger than I thought too!!... I keep eyeing it up online :0) Perfect for the sketch and I love the pop of colour in the centre of the wheel :0)ReplyDelete
Oh, be still my heart, Kims! I think this is my new favorite card of yours! I just adore everything about it!! What a die, but I'll have to enjoy it from watching you create with it. I have to sit on my hands ~ eek, not easy!!ReplyDelete
What an amazing card Kim!!! I just LOVE that die and your take on the sketch is awesome!!ReplyDelete
Such an inspiration!
Squeeeeeal! This is A-dorable! What a find! (Now to convince myself I do not need that die...lol!) I just love the way you used grey on this with that one pop of oh-so-fun color in the center! Absolute perfection, Kim!!! :)ReplyDelete
Love all the layers and texture on your card! And that vintage bicycle is a keeper--I'm off to find it!ReplyDelete
LOVE your interpretation for this sketch, what a glorious bike, I especially love how you have added the colourful spoke!ReplyDelete
Love your version of vintage, Kim ... such an adorable bike with that perfect touch of colour! Anita :)ReplyDelete
SWOON!!! This is so darn cute and playful Kim, I just love it!!ReplyDelete
Love this card using the vintage bicycle die and the fun pop of color!ReplyDelete