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CAS(E) this Sketch #62

I have not played at CAS(E) this sketch in a long time.....But here I am with  a card for it:


 I used the STAMPlorations set Retro Mod Shapes to make this card. I stamped with Versamark and heat embossed the paper strip with clear embossing powder and then sponged in green and reds.


The dots on the side are a TCW stencil. The sentiment is Hero Arts.


Its kind of hard to photograph it right, so I took three pictures.....



I am also linking this card with the Snippets Playground - used snippets only (except the card base)
Less is More - Rainbow - well - it has most colors of the rainbow...
Dream Valley challenges - no designer paper

Comments

Flo said…
Ich sage nur: grandios!!!
MRS DUCK said…
Hi Cornelia
I love the simple, fresh look to this with the great zesty colours.
Good luck with the challenge.
Ang x
Mandi said…
Super funky card

Great colours, thank you
Mandi
Susanne Vargas said…
Another one of your fun cards! The dotted stencil is a great touch!
shirley-bee said…
Great take on the sketch, Cornelia! I love how you've added the dotty stencil either side too.
Such a fun card! I love it with its warm colors and the wee dots behind it, so nice.
Chrissie said…
That's a fabulous strip across your card, looks great!
Thanks so much
Chrissie
Less is More
maria f. said…
Winner, winner, chicken dinner ;)
sandie said…
love this, so retro and funky x
Unknown said…
I always love your cards. I have a question, tho'. Was the base of the colored card not white? Or did you sponge, emboss, and then sponge some more? I'm confused why the embossed shapes aren't white. Thanks!
Hi Irene - thanks in your interest - I guess I should have mentioned it in the post, but the strip was colored to start out with, going from green to yellow to red.
Mrs A. said…
Smashing card. Love the sheen on the panel. Hugs Mrs A.
Kim Heggins said…
Fabulous card Cornelia...I love those colors. So fun!
Di said…
Great card - so striking!

Hugs

Di xx
Jean said…
I love the gorgeous colours you used and the super design. Great use of the stencil too.
Jean x
Kathyk said…
This is such a cool card - it was inspired to use those retro embossed shapes too

Kathyk
donna mikasa said…
I love the transition of color--a great take on the sketch!
Leigh Penner said…
Oh, this is wonderful! Fabulous take on the sketch!
Chrissy Larson said…
This is awesome! Love your fun funky take.
mixamatoasties said…
Funky card.

Thanks for sharing at Dream Valley this time.

Susan

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