Friday, 19 September 2014

CTS#93



Hi everyone!



As someone who loves to add flowers to cards I just love this week's sketch over at the CAS(E) this Sketch Blog.

This is the sketch:   

 
 
 
and my take on the sketch:
 








I splattered some black acrylic paint on my white cs.
The 'Prima Donna Petals' flower is from MFT and the 'Pennant Trim' die is by Verve.
Added washi tape and some sewing and rounded it off with rhinestones.
Afrikaans sentiment saying: 'Congratulations'.


That's it for now!!  Thanks for popping in!!

Keep well!!
Kind regards
Petra


11 comments:

Karen B said...

What a great card Petra. Love your "artistic" splattering of the black acrylic; isn't it strange what a great effect it adds! Fab flower and love the added sewing.

Hugs.

Karen xxx

Michelle said...

So beautiful, Petra! Everything you make just sings to me! Thanks for joining us at CAS(E) This Sketch!

Leigh Penner said...

Oh, I love this! You have such a great style! Fabulous take on the sketch!

Janet said...

Great card, love the flower and splatters. :)

Anita in France said...

Wow! Petra, this is stunning ... the cream bloom against the white is gorgeous ... so lovely with the black detailing and those tiny gemstones! Anita :)

Vicki Dutcher said...

Well how did I miss this beauty! Thanks for an idea of using my [just won] polaroid die! :)

Monika/Buzsy said...

Beautiful card Petra. Love the layered flower and those strips in the background... especially the banner one... fantastic design!

Sharon said...

Another beautiful creation. Just love this layout. You have interpreted it just perfectly. hugs Sharon xx

Hannelie said...

Hierdie kleur kombinasie bly n groot gunsteling by my!Als werk weer hier so mooi saam om n pragtige ontwerp te verseker!

Angie said...

Love it, Love it, Love it!!!! This is CAS gorgeousness!!!! Love the splatters and gems, the banner, everything!!!

Alice Wertz said...

so pretty! love the colors you used and a fabulous take on the sketch! thanks for joining us this week at CAS(E) This Sketch!