CAS 83 Sketch challenge

This week’s CAS challenge at Splitcoast is to make a card using this sketch.  I decided to make a one layer card sponging my design through a mask.  I realize I am in a bit of a rut as far as sponging and masking is concerned but I keep on thinking of different approaches to it.

I made my window mask by punching squares out of post it notes and lining them up to give me a window.  My sky and the hills were sponged in using a torn paper mask and the background trees were stamped while the lower mask was still in place.  That is all there is to it.


Stamps: Lovely as a Tree, Thoughts and Prayers
Inks:   Brocade Blue, Mellow Moss, Always Artichoke,  Really Rust, Chocolate Chip
Cardstock:   Flourishes Classic Ivory
Also: Post-it notes


6 Comments on “CAS 83 Sketch challenge”

  1. Dianna says:

    Beautiful! I’ll be CASEing this one too! I love sponging and just want to thank you for all the new ideas you’re giving me!

  2. Heather I am just loving this technique! Even though you are in a “rut” – I am glad for it! I love seeing you different approaches!

    ps I did totally CASE your’s from a couple days ago – I just couldn’t help myself!! (insert smile)

  3. Dianna says:

    PS Did you upload this to SCS? I’m looking for a way to add it to my favorites….??

  4. Darlene Gabriel says:

    Wow this is really beautiful. I too would like to CASE it sometime – TFS

  5. Terri (blindstamper) says:

    If it’s a rut, it’s a GOOD one to be in! Love your creations!

  6. When you do something as beautifully and artfully as you do with these stunning creations well then PLEASE do not stop! I LOVE coming to your blog and seeing what you have come up with. This card is stunning. I can’t wait to see what other ideas/approaches you have thought of!

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