Thursday, January 24, 2019

CAS[E] this Sketch #306

I've made it through my bad week, and come out the other side unscathed!  lol!  This fun Sketch from Brian King was just what the mood-doctor ordered!

 
Sketch #306 also gave me the perfect opportunity to use a bit more of my BasicGrey Barista patterned paper...  whatever will I do when these are gone?  I guess I'll just have to fall for another - believe me I have plenty to choose from!
 
 
LOve those Altenew Inline Alphas... made my wish come true... here's how I indicate sending it on its way:
 
"I'll do my very best to make your wish come true!"
 


My wish today is to have you join my CTS friends and I and play along! 
 
Thanks so much for the visit!!
=]  Michele

17 comments:

Christine Alexander said...

Great card. I have so much DP that I never use, and also I have that Altnew letter set so go to go on a little CASEing :)

Cat Craig said...

Nice take on the sketch. Thanks too for the close up to see the arc the sequins are taking a bit more easily.

Patti said...

A bad week!? I'm so sorry : ( glad to hear you are feeling happier in your heart. Love this great take on the sketch!! : ) that pp is so nice. I love the way they match colors with different designs to make our creative job easier! : )

conil said...

Those are my favorite Altenew alphas, too...I know you're stunned. Have to say I struggle with patterned paper but, apparently, you don't. I bow to the master.

Lisa Elton said...

Oh, what pretty letters, I like this! I'm with you on the PP, plenty to pick from...plenty!! I'm so sorry you had a bad week, I'm sending you a BIG hug.

lostinpaper said...

Love the inline alphas too, but what I really do love is the vertical sentiment, it's genius!

Jeanne said...

Oh gosh, Michele, I'm so sorry you had a bad week. And relieved that you are feeling more upbeat. Hugs! Your card looks terrific. Great use of pattern paper for sure! I really like how your eye is drawn across the card. You are SO good at that! Thank you for sharing this lovely card. I hope you have a happy weekend!

Barb Ghig said...

I can see why you love these papers, Michele! They are so pretty, and you've showcased them beautifully with this sketch! I think the Inline Alphas are perfect, too...did I mention that I finally bought them?

Brenda said...

Wow, what a fabulous card Michele! I too, am loving those alpha dies you used-they are awesome. I love those papers too, makes for a very rich looking card. Great take on the sketch my friend! hugs, Brenda

Jen Camara Mitchell said...

I love the distressed background. I haven't used Basic Gray paper in a while. I forgot how cool those papers are! And there is that alphabet die set again. I have GOT to remember to put that on my wish list!

Linda Callahan said...

Yep every time you use that alphabet I ask myself why I don’t have it! Great card....and I love how you sent the wish on its way......

Sharron said...

Those letters are so wonderful. Love the interest they add to your pretty card! Sorry your week wasn't a good one. Sending a big hug to cheer your weekend!!

donna mikasa said...

Must look for my inline alphas! Love your perfect take on the sketch and you always choose the best colors!

Nora N. said...

DARN!! You are going to make me get these darn alphas now!! This is amazing!! I LOVE the background and that alpha ROCKS!

Bobby said...

So sorry you've had a bad week, Michele. It sure didn't put a drain on your creativity. You've used that DSP to the max with this great design.

Anita in France said...

So pleased you came out unscathed from a testing week, Michele ... hope these last few days have turned out beautifully! Cool, stylish design ... you showcased that fabulous DP brilliantly with the dark lettering and the little sequined swoosh! Hugs, Anita :)

Papercraft Boutique said...

I know it's way too late to say this, but I'm so glad you made it through the tough week, my friend!
Love that vertical in-line alpha sentiment and the sparking sequins arching along the dotted line. Make a swoosh, right? :-D
Hideko xx