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Case This Sketch 298

November 29, 2018

The idea for this card grew from this week’s sketch challenge at Case This Sketch.  It’s a simple sketch and I kept the card simple as well.  I embossed Whisper White card using the Softly Falling Embossing Folder before attaching two pieces of Under The Mistletoe Designer Series paper to the right hand side of the embossed card.  The panel is attached to scored and folded Early Espresso card.  I stamped the Santa image from the Hearts Come Home stamp set onto Whisper White card using Memento Tuxedo Black ink.  I stamped the greeting from the same stamp set using the same ink.  I cut out the image using one of the Layering Circle Framelits Dies.  I punched a 1″ circle from a Post-It-Note and masked part of the Santa image and then sponged Night of Navy ink over the Whisper White circle.  I removed the mask and very lightly added a little more Night of Navy ink so the white space wasn’t so stark.  The stamped panel is attached to a scalloped circle cut from Early Espresso card using the Layering Circle Framelits Dies.

To decorate the inside of the card, I stamped another of the greetings from the Hearts Come Home stamp set using Memento Tuxedo Black ink.  The photo of the inside of the card is really not very good but I took it this morning and I can’t seem to get the light right.  So, although it looks like the card is blue, it is really white.

As I said a simple card but one that is quite easy to reproduce.

Bye for now,


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I can’t add icons for some of the product used as the items have been turned off because of the Extravaganza Sale.  I believe they will be back on line in a day or so.

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