[11.13.2014] CAS(E) this Sketch hits #100

Congrats CAS(E) this Sketch

I can’t believe CAS(E) this Sketch has hit challenge #100.  I was thrilled when Chrissy invited me back to help celebrate this milestone.  I was lucky to be apart of CTS’s beginning and I’m beyond excited to see that it still is going strong.  So, tet’s take a look at the sketch and get started.

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dahlhouse designs | birthday 10.2014

When I saw the sketch, I immediately reached for patterned paper.  I knew I wanted that to be the major focal point for this card to mimic the bottom feature of the sketch.  Surprisingly, the first paper pad I grabbed was perfect.  I trimmed out this flourish from the paper and glued it down.  Next, I found the flower and circle stamps to mimic a similar pattern from the paper to accent and blend the trimmed out portion into the card.  I love how it was almost made to go together.  Yay.  Last, I added my birthday sentiment and some sequins to finish everything off.

I hope you’ll play along and celebrate the 100th sketch too.

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2014supplies

other: cupped coffee sequins (Simon Says Stamp)


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11 Comments

  1. donna mikasa

    Perfect patterned paper for the sketch! Love this, Lisa! And it’s so exciting to have you join us for CTS100! Yay!

  2. Pam

    Lisa, I’m a new stamper and found you through CAS(E) THIS SKETCH. OMG your designs are amazing!!. I just joined your mailing list. Looking forward to learning lots from you!

  3. Leigh Penner

    So fabulous to have your join us for the 100th CTS, Lisa! Your card is fantastic — I love it!

  4. Lindsey

    What a great idea! The patterned paper is perfect for this.

  5. lostinpaper

    Oh so gorgeous Lisa, LOVE this pattern and the colours…Ooh, la la!

  6. lisalara06

    I love the groovy feel to this Lisa.

  7. tsurutadesigns

    The combo of your fussy cutting and stamping is absolutely perfect!

  8. Pam

    Me again Lisa. Did you use only the 3M Scotch as an adhesive to apply the patterned paper to the card or that plus the applicator gun? Thanks. Signed “The Newbie”.

    1. Lisa Arana

      Hi Pam,

      I use tape adhesive (the big “gun”) for almost all things paper related, so that is what I used for the flourish at the bottom. I used the liquid adhesive (Scotch) to adhere the sequins. I find it easy to find, drys clear, fast and strong. 🙂

  9. Hazel

    What a great idea using patterned paper, mine was a similar idea, but I had a lot of trouble with mine! Love this striking design! Thanks for the inspiration! Hazel x

  10. quip1320

    Lisa, this card made me gasp…seriously. WOW! I love it and I’m so happy you joined us for the 100th sketch.

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