It seems our sweet leader has ice cream on her mind...
CAS[E] #314 in point:
Well. that's what I see - go ahead tip your head to the left … see it? However, I have a different card in mind - one for the coming Easter Season. I've turned and flipped our Sketch - it's allowed, you know!
Exotic Tulips from Altenew, and the sentiment from another.
The tulips were stamped onto, and the darling little Alexandra Renke egg cut from a blended panel of hot press water color paper... The card base is made from PTI Ivory card stock... with a little snippet at the bottom that was treated to my favorite SU embossing folder.
Here are the inks I've used:
So. What do you see in Chrissy's Sketch... we hope to see it in our gallery! Come play!
Winner, winner, chicken dinner. This should win, hands down. Love how you've manipulated the sketch and the colors are so soothing, lovely and striking.
Swoooooon....love ALL the little elements you put together on this! ♥
I would have been totally stumped by this sketch...but, not you, Michele! You completely nailed it by turning and flipping it :) Your tulips are gorgeous and I love how you used the egg for your planter...and your color palette? WOW!!! How clever you are to create a 'grassy look' with your embossed panel along the bottom, too...LOVE this really pretty card!
WOW!! This is fantastic!! I LOVE the little flowers in the egg. You are so darn clever!!
This is ever so pretty and perfectly amazing! I always love to see what you do with the sketches!
Beautiful Michele!! Love your soft color palette...so ready for spring! And Tulips. And ice cream! :0)
I saw ice cream when I stopped by CTS this morning, but am hoping my brain will think outside that box... As to your card... Lovely Easter card, if you ask me. I'd love to find a pot like that with some tulips to put on the altar at church for Easter Morning. Wouldn't that be sweet?! I do like the snippet you've added to the bottom of your card, too. This just works. And it's beautiful. I like it very much. Have a great weekend. xo Bev
Beautiful monochromatic take on the sketch! The tulips are gorgeous and paired with the egg holder? Fabulous!
I love the tulips coming up out of the egg shell
Soft and beautiful greens for your pretty die cut and colored tulips and 1/2 egg shell container. Such a creative Easter card, Michele. Love the added strip of textured dry embossed border too. TFS my friend. Hugs..Nancy
Yes, it's ice cream for sure lol. Loving the sweet subtle monochromatic colour palette today Michele!
Gorgeous! I love the soft colors and that fabulous embossing folder! Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful creativity!
Tulips in an egg shell..... genius!! And as sweet as can be! You rocked this challenge Michele.
Mono-elegancy, Michele. It's not a word but it is now. The color is fabulous and the dimension in the egg makes it perfect for planting tulips.
Michele, I love a monochromatic card, and this is a beauty. The tulips in the eggshell are gorgeous and that little bit of texture at the bottom...swoon. Fantabulous.
love loVE LOVE!!! That's BIG LOVE. Man, you sure know how to rock a sketch!!!
Only you could make that sketch sing! Beautifully done!
I immediately saw an ice cream cone, too, M! You are truly a card magician to turn that ice cream cone into this stunning, monochromatic, feminine and enchanting bowl of tulips! Love the border, too. In fact, I'm in awe!! Hugs, D
Perfectly soft colours for Spring crafting Michele.
Beautiful design, Michele! The soft minty green is gorgeous and I love your creative 'vase'!
Love the colors and the visual texture of the egg shell vase, Michele! The monochromatic tulips and the beautiful open plain space in the background create a sense of serenity (perfect for Easter). Brilliant take on the sketch!
What a perfect take on the sketch! Wonderful blossoms and such a cute "pot" for your blooms!
Apart from this being beautiful, Michele, it has a wonderful calm grace and elegance about it ... I love it! Hugs, Anita :)
so pretty, and a very clever take on the sketch xxx
Such a clever interpretation on the sketch and such pretty colors!
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