28 May 2015

Case this sketch # 125

Hi there!

We have a new sketch up at Case this sketch !




This is my take on the sketch:





I created my own cutting file for the cross panel by welding the 2 words to a rectangle using 2 different fonts.  I layered it over a piece of lime green card stock for contrast.

I can't wait to see what you will create with N@Ali's  sketch this week!

Thanks for visiting me today!



13 comments:

Leigh Penner said...

Oh, this is so fun, Hannelie! Wonderful take on the sketch!

Shelly said...

Oooh, AWESOME card!

Deepti said...

This is so very very creative :) love the way u did the sentiment!

Barb Ghig said...

Such a clever take on the sketch and your color combo is fabulous, Hannelie! Thanks for your inspiration!

Cornelia (fun stamping) said...

HOW FUN! Love your word play here!

Kim Heggins said...

AMAZIng card...love it and those fabby colors.

Happy Dance said...

Great colors, Hannelie! And I love how you create so much with your Silhouette. Very cool card. Love this. Have a great weekend. Bev

Aileen (mum) said...

Wonderful card, love the contrast papers and the words welded to the rectangle. Brilliant

Marjan Küppers said...

Mooi is je eigengemaakte cuttingfile, het staat ook heel goed op je kaart!

Gerrina said...

Wat geeft deze aparte kleurencombi een "boost" aan je kaart! Weer zo'n mooi grafisch uitgewerkt design! Fijn weekend, Gerrina

Geri said...

This is so cool! You're masterful with your Silhouette! The letters look so cool 'hanging' from the panel! Great card pa! So nice to see you back in blogland!

Petra Swart said...

Pragtige agtergrond met soveel prettige beweging, vrou!!!! Daai fyn chevrons laat mens se oe so lekker op en af, op en af beweeg oor die treffende sentiment strook!!!! Die lemmetjiegroen werk so lieflik saam met die maroen en ek's mal oor daai halwe sirkeltjies om die letters te balanseer!!! Jy is so slim om altyd net die regte fonts te gebruik vir jou kaartjies, vrou!!!! 'n Pragtige stukkie werk!!!!
Groete

Anita in France said...

Cool and so clever, Hannelie ... gorgeous colour palette ... love that 'hang in' there! Catching up, so will be round again soon! Anita :)