Saturday, 8 February 2014

CTS63 - Valentines




This week's CAS(E) This Sketch is a classic with endless possibilities!



I used it to make these two valentine cards in classic Valentine colours.

I was inspired by a new set with a sentiment "I quiver for you". I love the connection to Cupid's arrows, and let's face it, who doesn't love a good quiver, am I right? I used an MFT sentiment for "You", a Uniko arrow and Stamps of Life Alphabet for the rest of the sentiment.

For the second card, an old Stampendous set of robots and robotic sentiments works well with this Technique Tuesday wall outlet.  I was looking for some lightning, but then remembered that we all charge our devices in our wall outlets each night. Very simple, and another good Valentine pun!

14 comments:

  1. "quiver me timbers" that's a great card...and the outlet brilliant.

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  2. Oh these are so fun Ardyth! I love the fun sentiments!

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  3. The bold black embossing is perfect with the glitter heart, Ardyth ... and what a perfect sentiment! Clever power socket card, yummy with that stickle border making it pop! Anita :)

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  4. Quivers and outlets - two 'hot and sizzling' cards! So much fun!
    c

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  5. I love these Ardyth. Great cards.

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  6. These are so punny and cute.

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  7. Fun cards! I love the red glittery heart.

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  8. Fantastic, creative designs, Ardyth! Love 'em. :)

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  9. Be still my punny heart! These are both brilliant and I especially am loving the second one! Thanks for playing along with CAS(E) This Sketch this week!

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  10. Love the puns on your cute cards!

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  11. Oh, these are both so super cute! I love "punny" Valentines! Fabulous job with the sketch!

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  12. Oh, these are both so super cute! I love "punny" Valentines! Fabulous job with the sketch!

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  13. LOVE both of these! Nothing better than a CAS punny card :) Thanks for playing this week at CAS(E) this Sketch!

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