Thursday, 7 March 2013

CAS(E) This Sketch 18


Time for CTS18!

For this sketch, I used a Michael's sentiment and a Papertrey background stamp. I stamped with Versafine Onyx and embossed with clear and finished it off with the little yellow/red gems.

19 comments:

  1. Wowzah!! Dang girl, you've done it again. Clever and fun, and very cool card. Love the little blings in between the black circles, and then 3 little floating! You make me do the happy dance every single time!!! Bev

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  2. Stunning!! Love all the bling. Great card! TFS.

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  3. LOVE this Ardyth! Love the bling!!

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  4. Love it, Ardyth! Super clean and graphic. I love the black with the clear embossing (never thought of that). The bling is the perfect touch!

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  5. Such a clever take on the sketch...love it!

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  6. Such a gorgeous card! I love the little splash of red...just perfect!

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  7. Ooh sooo cooool, Ardyth, beautifully graphic, awesome embossing, perfect bling ... so naturally I love it! Anita :)

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  8. So you, Ardy! I love the three little blings, like bubbles in a champagne glass!!

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  9. You have such an amazing way of taking a sketch and very creatively making it your own. I LOVE this!!

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  10. AWESOME job with the sketch! Love all the gems~

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  11. The embossing adds a wonderful texture to this fab CAS design, LoVe it Ardyth!

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  12. Luscious gloss on your black dots, and I really do need to try the Versafine Onyx. So classy!

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  13. Wonderful take on this sketch!

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  14. A great graphic card! Love it!

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  15. Fabulous graphic take on the sketch!!! Love the bling in between the dots!!!!

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  16. Awesome take on the sketch and I love the shine from the embossing and the gems!

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  17. love those circles! And your colors are so wonderful together!

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