17 March 2016

CASe this sketch #164

Hi there!

Time for CASe this sketch !


It's a fun sketch by N@Ali this week!



The sentiment is a stamp from a FISKARS set called Thank you Blooms. The flowers,tiny circles and stitched doodle borders are from an unknown origin and have been in my stash for ever ;)
I added color selectively using Stabilo markers and added glossy accents to the circles and flower center. Popped the upper panel onto a yellow base.

A very QACAS card for today!

Hope to see you play along!
Thanks for the visit ;)

Hannelie




13 comments:

Gerrina said...

Wat een heerlijk "luchtige"kaart! Mooi fijntjes je lijnen! Groetjes, Gerrina

!neke said...

Zo Hannelie, hij is weer mooiiiiii !!

groeten Ineke

HJ said...

Cute card, Hannalie. You are so creative and I love seeing your creations.

Cheryl W. said...

This IS a fun card! I've got some old border stamps in my stash that would be perfect for this card design. You're a font of inspiration, Hannelie!

Bellule said...

Fun and cute card Hannelie !! Spring is coming !!☺

Bises ♥

Nora N. said...

This is so pretty!! I love the border stamps you used. I must drag mine out and see what I can do now!! Wonderful design!

Susan said...

I always Love your cards....and this is no exceptions! Great way to use a variety of stamps!

Jen Mitchell said...

Beautiful Hannelie. The border stamps are fabulous!

Dana & Glen said...

Super sweet card Hannelie! You are so gifted at capturing a challenge.

Petra Swart said...

Pragtige skoon, vars gevoel aan die mooie kaartjie, vrou!!! Ek is mal oor die rytjies blommetjies en kolletjies so weerkante van die strepies!!! Baie oulik ingekleur, ook en pragtig so met die helder geel randjie!!! Baie mooi!!!
Groete

Bobby said...

Cute card and so perfectly stamped, Hannelie. I have a stitched stamp similar to yours but never think to use it. I'm going to look it up and see what I can do with it.

Jen W. said...

So sweet especially on the yellow card base! :)

Anita in France said...

Sweet and deliciously whimsical, Hannelie ... such lovely tiny pops of colour against all that wonderful white! Hugs, Anita :)