Stamps: Uniko - Simply Said, Background Builders Round in Circles
Inks: Kaleidacolor - Blue Breeze
Accessories: White Lustre Card; Stampin' Up DP - Pacific Point
I used the sketch from this week's CAS Colours & Sketches - CASC&S#160 for the layout, adapting it a bit for a rectangle. I decided to pick shades of blue for my card. As soon as I saw the sketch I knew I wanted to use these lovely grungy circles. I started by stamping the word Awesome in the middle of the card - I used the MISTI to position the image. I then added the smaller sentiments above and below. I finished by stamping the circles. I really like Kaleidacolor pads - they make monochromatic schemes so easy! On the inside I cut a mat layer of blue design paper and added a pattern up the side of the white card.
Do visit our blog to see more inspiration projects from the rest of the team. You've got plenty of time to play along - deadline for submission is midnight (GMT) Tuesday 1st March (7.00pm EDT). I hope you have fun with this challenge. That's all for now. See you soon.
I must remember to use my kaleidoscope inks as they look fabulous. Cute size on the card and loving the inside too x Gorgeous card x
Sometimes the simplest cards are the best! I have several of the Uniko BB sets but not that one. Thanks for joining us at CC&S this week Deborah. Stef x
LOVE this! Awesomely CAS, the monochrome blues and especially the combo of Uniko stamps :) Thanks for linking up at CC&S this week too. Hugs Bev x
Love the gradient inking! Thanks for playing along with us at CC&S!
Deborah - i love the variety of blues showcased in this beautiful CAS card. Thanks for joining us at CAS Colours & Sketches this week again. Hope to see you next. Liz x
Deborah, I love the color gradient in the sentiment! It's a terrific masculine card. Thanks for sharing it with us at CC&S! :)
This is CAS through and through, so needless to say I love it. Those blues are so cool. Thanks, too, for entering it in the sketch challenge at CC&S
Those Kaleidacolour pads are just perfect for this, it looks fab!
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