CAS(E) this Sketch #33

Hello everyone!

Today, I’m playing along with the CAS(E) this Sketch #33 challenge, and its a great sketch! So versatile, and so many possibilities!


As soon as I saw this sketch, I started rummaging through my stash for a shape that I could repeat to echo the design, and soon realised I wanted to create a shaker card.


I used the smalled heart die from the WPlus9 Heartfelt Mix stamp and die set, and die-cut three times from a small panel. I chose 3 Distress Inks to work with and began stamping the triple string image across my card base.


I stamped three of the large hearts on a small panel that you’d be able to see through the die-cut hearts. Behind the die-cut heart piece, a stuck a small panel of acetate, and them put lots of foam adhesive all over, ensuring it was quite tight around the hearts. This is so the sequins don’t drop out!


I mounted the panel to the front of my card base, trying to match up the triple string image. The sentiment comes from the Clearly Besotted ‘You Are’ stamp set.

Thanks for looking!

8 thoughts on “CAS(E) this Sketch #33

  1. Beverley says:

    Wow! This is stunning. I love how the string image is perfectly placed on the heart panel to continue the design. Fab colours too! Hugs Bev x

  2. Tasnim says:

    I know I will be in for a treat when I come here; all your cards are simply awesome! And this is no exception. Love your unique take on this stamp!

  3. maria f. says:

    Awesome design and I am in awe of your perfect alignment. How did you do that? You had to change ink colors all the time. Love your work.

    • flubidoo says:

      Thanks Maria. This was one of those times where a stamp positioner or a Stamp-A-Ma-Jig is necessary – I tried as best as I could to align them!

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