December 5, 2013

CAS(E) this sketch Challenge #56

I am still making Christmas cards. I know by now I should have finished and sent out all of them but I am lagging behind. Anyway, I have this 6 x 6 paper pad called Christmas Carols by Kaisercraft. It has one beautiful pattern paper full of poinsettia, berries and leaves in glossy finish. I love that paper. The patterns are bold and big. I was struggling to use it on my card. Today it just came together to use that pattern paper with Poinsettia stamp from Uniko Studio. And I loved the card when I completed making it. Here it is for you.
Merry Christmas
Love that the pattern paper does not take over the card yet provides the Christmassy background. I have used Pure Florals: Poinsettia stamp set from Uniko Studio. I have heat embossed the poinsettia flower in red and green on vellum. Cut them out and layered them. Added a strip of glitter paper and stamped the sentiment. Finish off with enamel dots. Here is the close up.
Merry Christmas close up!

For this card i have used the new sketch from CAS(E) this Sketch Challenge Blog. This is the new sketch by Chrissy Larson.

I have turned the sketch to landscape orientation for my card. Hope you like it. This sketch challenge runs for two weeks. Come and play along.
Thanks for stopping by!

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  1. This is absolutely stunning, Gayatri! I love how you turned the sketch like that and those poinsettias are fabulous!

  2. Love all the poinsettias. So beautiful!

  3. This is stunning! I love the bold look of the card. ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Love that pattern paper! Gorgeous flower!

  5. Gorgeous card Gayatri.

  6. Out freaking standing!!!! Love this card!!!

  7. Wow – STUNNING ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. This is such a beautiful card Gayatri!

  9. This is such an elegant card and I love how you used the sketch. AMAZING!

  10. What a beautiful card. Love your layered poinsetta.

  11. Such a beautiful card. You have inspired me!

  12. Wow, this is stunning! LOVE LOVE LOVE the embossing on the vellum! This PP is not easy to use but you did a perfect job!

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