Thursday, August 30, 2018

CAS[E] this Sketch #287

Brian King has done it again … check out this fun Sketch #287:


I HAD to use a bit more of the monoprint stenciling I did recently … too pretty to waste even a scrap!  I also took liberties and turned it on its side … hope that's okay with you, Brian!  can you see the Sketch in this:



Thanks so much for dropping by today … hope to have you join us in the gallery!

=]  Michele

Distress Inks:  Crushed Olive, and Blueprint Sketch.  and a few of my favorite word dies from W&W In a Word: Hello, and Brushstroke Hello from E.H. [affiliate links used when available, with no extra cost to you... thank you!]

20 comments:

Barb Ghig said...

LOVE your take on Brian's sketch, Michele! Beautiful choice of vibrant colors and your repeat sentiment looks amazing in different fonts! Week after week, you certainly know how to inspire us with your stunning cards, my friend!

Ivana Camdzic said...

Michele, I can totally see the sketch and also love the stenciled look - the colors and design remind me so much of Moorish tile work! Absolutely stunning!

McStamper said...

Love your card. Great idea for using the sentiments and beautiful colors.

Cheryl Rigney said...

I stopped by to view your post for Rubeena's hop. When I saw this card I simply had to let you know that it's gorgeous!! Wow! I just love it!!

nancy littrell said...

So clever and creative, Michele. Love how you used your stencil monoprint scrap for your die cuts and your leaf background. TFS Hugs..

Kristie Goulet said...

I absolutely LOVE your take on the sketch, Michele!!! So clever and pretty! Great colors! xo

Anita in France said...

If only my scraps looked as good as this, Michele ... or even half as good! Delicious colours, fabulous composition ... lovely! Hugs, Anita :)

Cat Craig said...

Fabulous Michele. The blues and greens are wonderful. I definitely can see the sketch.

lostinpaper said...

Brilliant take on the sketch and loving your choice of colours with the added watercolour texture!

Sharron said...

Fabulous, Michele! Love your fun design and the great colors and patterns!

Lisa Elton said...

You do have a way with words..stamped ones too hehe!! This is marvelous!

Brenda said...

Wow Michele, I love where you went with this sketch! I love that you turned it on it's side and used some of your monoprint that you did. You are right, to pretty to waste even a teeny tiny piece! These colors are so pretty as well. I love how you took the design off the "hello" and onto the card base. So pretty! Hugs, Brenda

Aileen said...

Wonderful design again, love the colours you have used and the different layers.

Being Mrs Miles said...

I'm so glad I stopped by too, Michele as I get to see this unique and bold technique on your card! The colors you have chosen just really contrast and make your card one that will surely stand out amongst any others!

Papercraft Boutique said...

Fantastic take on the sketch, Michele! I love that you layered the leaf die-cut over the stamped leaves and you made a beautiful flow from the top left to the bottom right. And the sentiment die-cut from your monoprint - what a wonderful idea! I should look at my monoprint scrap! Hideko xx

Leigh Penner said...

This is gorgeous and so cool!

Jo said...

This is soooo dreamy Michele. Your are a master at mono printing designs!
Bright and Vibrant, I love this xx

Jen Camara Mitchell said...

Well, I can see the sketch! And your card is fabulous! Love how versatile that monoprint stencil is!

Linda Callahan said...

Wow some glorious stenciling happened here.......I love love love that bright blue!

Bobby said...

Fabulous, Michele.