Thursday, February 8, 2018

CTS #258

Snow snow snow...can someone please take this stuff away?  I'm over it!!!  Unfortunately, more is coming tonight, tomorrow, and Saturday.  Oy with the snow already!  He he he.  I hope you are all having a warmer and less white time of it than I am.  If not, I totally sympathize.  All this snow made me go the total opposite direction for my take on this week's CAS(E) this Sketch challenge.  I needed some green to at least make me feel warm.  Here's my take:

Doesn't that just totally make you feel like there couldn't possibly be snow on the ground?  Ha ha!  I had a great time with some Catherine Pooler Inks and the Succulent Stamp Set from The Stamp Market.  I just love all the options in this stamp set for decorating the pots.  Totally cute.  This card couldn't be any simpler though.  One layer and simply stamped...not even any masking.  Here's a closer look:

I hope you liked my take on the sketch and that you will come join us this week at CAS(E) this Sketch.  Have a great week!


  1. Very 'SPRINGY'!
    Sorry about your snow...we moved to NC from RI and don't regret it...however, this year one storm we had dumped 7" of snow! All that on top of an inch of took about 1 week and half to go away...They do not have equipment to handle this, other than 'brine' salting the roads!. But, I do understand that buying a plow for possible one storm every 8-10 yrs. just doesn't make sense. It would rot out with lack of use between storms like we had here! The kids lost over one week of school! Big scramble to use up available breaks...they aren't like up North! Now we are just dealing with roller coaster temps and rain!

  2. I'm with you - enough of the snow already! Super cute card - I'm just itching to buy some The Stamp Market stamps. :)

  3. I'd never know you were having so much snow with this little cacti cutie! Awesome take on the sketch, Chrissy!

  4. So CAS and perfect, Chrissy! I love your fabulous take on the sketch!

  5. As sweet as can be! I love these little plants - what a great interpretation of the sketch!


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