Tuesday, September 29, 2020

CAS Colours and Sketches #390

Another month has flown right by!  We close out the fifth Tuesday in September with a Double Challenge.  What's that mean exactly?  Well it means that you not only have to work within a color trio but you also need to use that trio on the provided sketch.  Ready?  Here's what we have for you to work with this week.


The fine print ----For our color challenges, you must use all of the stated challenge colors. 
You may add 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.

You may rotate or flip the sketch to your liking.  

Based on both the color trio and sketch, here's my card this week.

I adhered a light grey card panel to a white card base leaving a small white border around all four edges.  I die cut the squares and their frames in blue and green shades to match those in the trio.  I framed a rectangular piece of patterned paper with the light shade of blue and then adhered all three pieces to my card front.  I decided it needed a little sumthin' sumthin' so I added some die cut leafy branches on either side.  I added a stacked card stock die cut greeting in dark grey and stamped out the sub sentiment in black onto the same light grey card stock that I used for the panel.  As per my usual, I finished it off with some sequins.  

Come check out our blog challenge and show us your take on this week's sketch! 

Altenew - Fine Frames Squares die set
Simon Says Stamp - Big Thanks Word die
Paper Smooches - Foliage 1 die
MFT Stamps - patterned paper
Pretty Pink Posh - Sparkling Clear Confetti

Stay safe and healthy my friends!  

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

Happy Crafting!



  1. Lots of layers but still a pretty, clean design! Nice job using both the colours and the sketch.

  2. Julie, you've put it all together just beautifully!