Sunday, September 13, 2015

Can You Case It? #86 - A Sketch Challenge

It's Sunday so that means is time for another challenge at Can You Case It?  This week have a sketch challenge.

 I  took a little artistic licence with this weeks sketch and created a fireplace scene with the new Festive Fireplace stamp set from the Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalogue. This set also has a co-odinating set of Framelits. Yay!

I searched on Pinterest for Christmas Mantels/fireplaces and saw quite a few pictures with Burlap stockings hanging over the fireplace I then remembered that you can cut the Burlap Ribbon with the Framelits and that's where my idea for this card started.

I really wanted to put some other things sitting on top of the mantel place but then the whole thing would have become quite crowded and then you wouldn't have been able to see the picture frame in the background! I even mitred the corners on the frame to make it look more realistic!

The 'Tis The Season' senitment comes from the stamp set Oh, What Fun that co-ordinates the the Oh What Fun Tag Project Kit. Thought it was perfect for my frame and also one of the stamps that actually fit in my frame. LOL!

I really love how this card turned out and how festive it looks! Make sure you check out the rest of Talented Can You Case It? Design Team and their take on the sketch. Come and show us your creations with the sketch and link it up at Can You Case It? Can't wait to see your creations!

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  1. hello Rochelle! wow, what an amazing card, I adore the sweet winter Christmas time! hope you have a wonderful week!

    sparkle & shine *~*

  2. Your card is fabulous Rochelle I love how you used the burlap for the stockings, A must have set :)


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