Thursday, July 21, 2016

CAS[E] this Sketch #182

N@ Ali has done it again!!  Oh, the things my brain sees when creating for N@'s sketches!!!  See for yourself:


For CTS #182:


Are you guys getting the sense that I MAY be trying to use up a bit of patterned paper before moving it?  You would be exactly right!  I love these from Authentique: Seaside. 

[I promise I hadn't watched Jaws just before making this card - on the other hand ... dah dum, dah dum ... is it too late to add a fin?]

Hope you have tons of time to play cards with us this week - now let's go see what my team mates have for us!!!

=]  Michele

e.t.a.  I'm sending this over to CASology: Rough - seas can be rough - and an overall small pattern can be CAS ... me thinks?







18 comments:

Leigh Penner said...

Oh, I love your striped anchor! Fabulous take on the sketch, Michele!

Barb Ghig said...

Don't even go there when it comes to 'Jaws'! I couldn't go back into the ocean for years after seeing that movie :)
I love how you paired your patterned papers for the background and this fabulous anchor, Michele! And, what a great sentiment! Love your take on the sketch!

Patti said...

Funny!! I love it especially that your pp is RED and looks like bits or coral on it! Jaws has definitely been here! super cute and yes, a great sketch!

Patti

Cat Craig said...

Ohhh I love that paper and the big anchor...I just love the way your brain works.

Tracey McNeely said...

Clever take on the challenge Michele! I h ope the seas are not too rough for you. Packing is exhausting! Thank you for sharing with us at CASology this week!

Marybeth said...

What a great design and fun take on the sketch! Love the red too! Now I know I have been missing in action too long....packing!

Lisa said...

What a fun take on the sketch! I like your patterned anchor. I don't know if a lifetime would be enough to use all of my patterned paper LOL!! Those darn 6x6 pads get me every time!!

donna mikasa said...

Oh.so.fun! Love the nautical theme and just so you know how bad my eyes are, I thought the anchor was corrugated. Oy!

LeAnne said...

LOVE these papers and your interpretation of the sketch and cue word! I always get great ideas from your creativity!

Jacquie Southas said...

Love the patterned papers, Michele! I'm so glad you linked this up to CASology this week :)

Bobby said...

I love that you made the anchor out of stripes, Michele. It's unexpected and goes well with your DP. I need to start using more of mine. I'm going to miss this week's challenge. :(

Joyce said...

Fantastic design, and love the sentiment, too. Looks like it is on a boat, and the anchor is holding it all together. Wonderful interpretation of rough.
Thanks so much for playing along at CASology this week.

Jen Mitchell said...

Haha! I think a fin would be a fabulous addition! This is such a fun and imaginative take on the sketch! Love it.

Karren said...

Oh what a fun take on the sketch! You have the best imagination!

Hazel Hodgkins said...

Oh, that patterned paper is fantastic, Michele, and just perfect for this Jaws-inspired card! ;-). Somehow I managed to miss seeing Jaws - I was too young when it came out, and then when I was old enough, I still lacked the nerve! Prefer your version, thanks very much! Lovely to have you join us at CASology this week!

Brenda said...

What a cool sketch! And boy I love your take on it Michele. The papers you have used are fabulous. Who knew an anchor could look so good in stripes?! lol Love it and love the sentiment. Hugs, Brenda

Nora N. said...

Oh WOW!!! I LOVE your take on this sketch. That red paper is just STUNNING!!!!

Petra Swart said...

Oh, I love your take on the rough cue card and the sketch, Michele!!!! And that paper is just stunning - fabulous in red - and your little stripey anchor is so cute and lovely with the fun twine!!! Love the little black strip running down from the top to the sentiment banner with the wonderful sentiment!!! Such a lovely card, my friend!!!
Hugz