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Wishing You Brighter Days

Hi Everyone,

I am playing along with this weeks CAS Colours and Sketches challenge - I have the graphic below.  A real fun sketch - different, that's what I like about it!
The colors I got from the current Color Throwdown, also see below.


I first thought about going quite literal with it, but then I decided against that. Used a curved die from SSS to cut my top panel and used my NBUS Uniko stamps to fill in the bottom panel. The sentiment is also by Uniko. The butterfly is a punch by Martha Stewart. Added tiny sequins and some Stickles.






Also linking up with:
Retro Rubber - flowers (not sure when those stamps came out - not recently, but the punch I used is OLD - years old...)
RRCB 39

Happy Stamping!


Comments

!neke said…
Hi there ,
Love the way you made this card !
Great colors !
I am stil in the USA on family visit in
Temple City and Van Nuys California.
Next week I hope to be in the Netherlands
again !

Ineke X
karen h said…
Very pretty card - I love the swoop! Thanks for sharing your card with us at CC&S!
Suchi said…
I saw this sketch yday and I am so happy to see a wonderful interpretation of it! Loved the curved sentiment too! :)
Suchi xx
papierelle said…
Wow eine tolle Kartenidee und Umsetzung, auch wenn der kleine Schmetterling fast untergeht.
Marianne said…
Fab take on both challenges. I'm finding colour challenges quite challenging, but I intended to play along with this one because both the colours and the cake are looking so yummie.
Jane said…
Love how you've used that Uniko stamp for your graduating diagonal panel, fabulous! Thanks for playing at CC&S.
I Card Everyone said…
OH so fabulous!!! I've yet to try this sexy little swooping cut - LOve what Kimberly Wiener has done using it, too! Gorgeous, Cornelia - it has such dimension that I thought at first the colored panel was on top! xx
=]
*Vicki* said…
Oh wow how beautiful this is!! I love the wonderful spray of flowers trailing behind the butterfly! :)
conil said…
Holy....extraordinary how your mind works. This clever way of following that sketch is pure, unadultered genius. It goes without saying that the stamping is amazing but the cleverness of this card knocks me out.
Michal said…
Love, love this card! A beautiful interpretation of the sketch!! :) Thanks for sharing
Susanne Vargas said…
Wieder mal eine super creative und tolle Umsetzung des Sketches!
I agree it is a fun sketch, a bit different, and so is your card. Fab interpretation, lovely 'happy' colours. Thanks for joining us at CC&S
Louise x
Anita in France said…
So pretty, Cornelia ... and a brilliant take on that cool sketch ... the sense of movement in the swoosh is fabulous! Hugs, Anita :)
Broni said…
What a cool butterfly trail! Very creative! Thanks so much for playing along with us at the Color Throwdown!
Rosmarie said…
WOW!! ....denke sie w├╝rde mir ohne Schmetterling noch besser gefallen!
Kim Heggins said…
What a wonderful card....love your pretty in pink insert!
Beverley said…
WOW! This is fabulous, I love how you have used the CC&S sketch AND how you have used your Uniko stamp NBUS :) Thank you so much for sharing and joining in on the fun at CC&S this week. Hugs Bev x
Leslie Miller said…
So cute the way you did this! Great take on the sketch and just a very pretty card. I'm so glad to see it in our Retro Rubber May Flowers Challenge!
Monika Reeck said…
wohoooo
great combo of challenge
you are so clever change the sketch to be like this
love this pink card Cornelia
Hello Cornelia: WOW!! I've always wanted to do a card like this one, oh my goodness, it's simply amazing!!! what a beautiful and clever way to combine this challenges, absolutely love it!!!
Thank you so much for playing along with us at Retro Rubber, hope you play with us again soon.
Big hugs,
Maria Rodriguez.
Unknown said…
This is a beautiful take on the sketch - love that curve especially, and all the white space. Thanks for joining us at CC&S this week. Caro x
Debbie Mageed said…
What a fun card to combine your challenges! Love the colors and cool interpretation of the sketch!! Thank you for playing along with us at Retro Rubber and hope you will be back in the gallery soon.
Katy McGloin said…
What a cool interpretation of the sketch and a great combination of the challenges. This card makes me happy! Thanks so much for including Retro Rubber in your stamping fun this week. Hope to see you often in our gallery!!
creative lady said…
hello Cornelia! Love your swoop on your card! Love how it looks like the butterfly is flying away.
Claire Grantham said…
Such a clever CAS card, love the colours you chose, they work so well together. Thanks for joining us at Retro Rubber. Cx DT
Skylark said…
Love your interpretation of our sketch! Thanks for joining us at CC&S this last week. Stef x
Donna Ellis said…
Love your wonderful design! You have been pinned! Hugs, de

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