Thursday, December 11, 2014

CAS(E) this sketch


I need some quick Christmas cards since I've received some not on my list, Hubby says he needs a couple more and DD has asked if I have some spare. 
First off I thought I will use the Stitched dies that I brought from Simon Say Stamps these are the rectangle ones.
My first card I realised I used Linen card and therefore the stamping idea had to be shelved because its a bit and miss with a texture card but I wasn't going to bin it. So I used Simon Says Stamps Alexis Snowflake and Maryann snowflake twice for each snowflake.
I then used the Let is Snow from Penny Black Joyous Wishes and yes I used it twice which all help for it to pop out of a white background.


Here's my bit of failure I tried to burnish the stamped and embossed Snowflakes which is Simon Says Stamps Lots of Snowflakes but I rubbed too hard and took off some of the colour. The sentiment I used the Be Joyful set.
Both cards I've used the sketch from CAS(E) this Sketch and if I'm quick there may still be time to enter

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29 comments:

  1. I love these cards ! great done ! thanks for sharing
    greetings
    martina
    x

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  2. Gorgeous cards Debby I can't see anything wrong with the second one! Susan x

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  3. Great cards Debby. Both fab x

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  4. Lovely CAS cards Debby. Particularly like the first one.

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  5. Wow, Debby, this is really wonderful.
    Hugs
    Melodie

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  6. Lovely card. White always das it

    Malika

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  7. Beautiful cards, love that stitching effect. Take care, Ann-Marie xx

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  8. Two lovely cards Debby and love the stitching...

    Anne

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  9. Fab cas cards love the snowflakes

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  10. Hi Debby what a beautiful card it's so elegant and classy. Love the design of it Debby xxx

    Debs xxx

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  11. Gorgeous Debby, so pretty and I do like the 'failed' one also, looks good.xx

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  12. A gorgeous CAS card Debby, and I just adore the WOW with just those sparkly centres to the snowflakes, and even your so called failure is very pretty. x

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  13. Gorgeous cards Debby, love the stitched rectangles xx

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  14. Two gorgeous cards.xxx

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  15. Great cards Debby.
    Hugs
    Cathy
    xxx

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  16. Hi Debby,

    wow I love that white space and those stitches are awesome

    xxxAnnette

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  17. Oh, these are both so pretty! I love the white on white in the first one and the gorgeous inking in the second one! Fabulous takes on the sketch!

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  18. Both cards are gorgeous Debby..beautiful.

    luv CHRISSYxx

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  19. Stunning cards Debby, I love the WOW one, but then I love the gorgeous blues on the second one as well.
    Pauline
    x

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  20. These are stunning Debby, your designs are so beautiful.
    hugs Sue xx

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  21. So beautiful they both are x

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  22. Beautiful cards, Debby. I love all that stitching!

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  23. These are gorgeous but love the one with the stitched rectangles, fabulous snowflakes.

    Kath x

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  24. Lovely white on white card and the second card has just the right amount of blue, perfect!

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  25. Two beautiful cards Debby they look so classy and very professional, superb makes.
    hugs
    lorraine x

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  26. They both look gorgeous to me. Love the designs. Hugs, Carol S.xx

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  27. White on white is just a big favorite of mine!
    Love both your cards!
    Great to see you at CTS this week!

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  28. Absolutely gorgeous designs here Debby!! I love them! HUGS

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  29. I love them both. The second one has such lovely and subtle shading.
    The first WOW one is great with those fabulous dies!

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