Tuesday, June 30, 2020

CAS Colours and Sketches #377



It's time for another challenge over at the CAS Colours and Sketches blog and as luck would have it, we have five Tuesdays in June so today is what we call a Double Challenge.  For this challenge you will need to use our selected color trio along with the chosen sketch. 



For our color challenges, you must use all of the stated challenge colors. You may also use neutral colors;
 however, the challenge colors should be the most noticeable ones featured on your card. We use Stampin' Up 
color names for reference, but you are welcome to use any other companies' products as long as you match 
the challenge colors as closely as possible.  Feel free to rotate or flip the sketch to suit your taste.




Keeping all this in mind here is my Double Challenge Card.




I started off by die cutting the lilies from smooth white cardstock and then colored them with alcohol markers that best matched the challenge trio.  (Some were Copics, some were off brands)  I arranged the florals onto the small white panel, a design element taken directly from the sketch.  I decided to go with a soft grey card stock for both my card base and my diagonal panel.   I inlaid a white zig zag border piece into the diagonal, adhered it to the card base and then finished it off with a narrow white border.  I decided against a sentiment on this one as I felt it would distract from the design.  It also makes it more versatile by allowing me to add an inside sentiment at the time of use.  

I hope to see your card in our gallery this week!!!

Supplies:
MFT - Lily Die-namics
MFT - zig zag border (not sure of exact name)
MFT - grout gray cardstock
assorted alcohol markers


Stay safe and healthy my friends!  
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Thank you for visiting my little crevice of the crafty blogosphere.  Your time, comments and friendship are much appreciated.  

Happy Crafting!

Jules



1 comment:

  1. Doubly delightful, Jules!
    [btw I think every card ends up great when one starts with gray!]
    =]

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