Thursday, 20 April 2017

Another CTS#217

Hi, again, for today!!!!!



I played some more with the current sketch over at the CAS(E) this Sketch Blog, this morning, turning it upside down again!!!!  The sketch:

   

and my second take on it:



Played with some watercolours and used the same sentiment on the vellum, as on the other card.
The card base is a darkish grey.



That's my cards for today!!!



Thanks for spending some time with me!!!!!







24 comments:

Leigh Penner said...

Another wonderful take on the sketch!

My Card Attic: Hazel said...

What a fabulous take on that unusual sketch Petra my friend! I wouldn't have had a clue how to interpret it, I wish I had your eye! Have a wonderful day my friend! Luv n’ Hugs. Hazel xx
My Card Attic

!neke said...

Heel mooi !!!!!
Ineke X

sandie said...

Love this take on the sketch, really arty my friend x

Barb Ghig said...

Beautiful take on the sketch, Petra! Love your color palette and your sentiment is stunning!

GerJanne said...

Wat een bijzondere kaart heb je gemaakt! Geweldige uitwerking van de sketch! En het vellum vind ik altijd zo mooi op een kaart!
Groetjes,
GerJanne

MaryH said...

What a unique look on your card. I'd have been out-of-my depth with this sketch. You've not only aced the sketch, but made it so pretty as well. Perfect way to use the subtle watercolor shades, and the vellum was A-1 as the way to do the sentiment. Love it! TFS & Hugs

Hannelie said...

hello!
Hoe mooi is die! Mal oor die subtiele kleur. Net reg om n 'wilde' skets te tem!

Happy Dance said...

I love the look of this card, Petra! Your take on this sketch is perfect, and so much more than what went 'round in my brain -- grass, lol!! Those neutral colors are so calm and serene, and the vellum is lovely for the sentiment. Gorgeous card. Hope you had a nice Easter holiday. We're still 'recovering' here, haha. Bev

Geri said...

This is sooooo cool! I love that how you were inspired. Flipping the sketch created a really cool card! Awesome neutral colors too :)

Rosemary said...

fun take on the sketch, petra!

Donna Ellis said...

What a sweet, happy card, Petra! Gorgeous sentiment, and those little flowers are the cutest little elements that remind me of shooting stars. I suppose each flower is a shooting star no matter where it is, or how it grows. It's a beautiful design! But more than that, I am wowed by your take of the sketch! WOWOW!

Your first card is just as lovely with the ferns gracefully descending, just as they do in nature. You have such a way of bring the beauty of Life into your cards!

wishing you a fun week-end! xo

Michelle said...

Gorgeous, Petra! Thanks for joining us at CAS(E) This Sketch!

Mona Pendleton said...

So pretty Petra! Love the pretty little flowers! Hope you have a great weekend!

donna mikasa said...

Love this one, too! So dreamy and ethereal from the watercoloring!

Nicole Parmentier said...

Beide kaartje zijn prachtig Petra! Een beetje hetzelfde en toch zo anders, knap gedaan!!

Misty Elam said...

Hi Petra!! What a beauty!! I love what you did with the watercolors and the vellum. And your backdrop is gorgeous, as always. I love how bright and sunny it is. Your cards are always so perfect. You know exactly what to do to make it absolutely perfect!! Hugs to you, my friend ~
P.S.
How is your eye doing??

Karren said...

Both cards you created with the sketch are fabulous, Petra. I love the dreamy look of this card!

Angela Bode said...

Very cool turning the sketch upside down! I love the stamping on vellum!!! Beautiful card!

Marybeth said...

Hi sweet friend! I love how you turned this upside down and created this stunning card! Beautiful look and lightnes about it!!!

Monika Reeck said...

woow again
looks like its the flower on your cards and the BG is stunning
woooww Petra
I love your idea to change the position of the sketch
this is adorable card again using that sketch
happy sunday Petra
hugs
Monika

chilli pip said...

love this one as well a definite favourite those tiny flowers are so sweet . Have a good week keep up the knitting as well. xxx

Anita in France said...

That fabulous neutral background puts me in mind of softly weathered barn wood, Petra ... lovely with those pretty flowers growing over it! Hugs, Anita :)

Amelia Breytenbach said...

Pragtig en stylvol!