CTC310 – Case a Sketch

Well here we are again, Sunday evening and time for another challenge. I can’t believe we are almost at Easter and the end of Term 1 of school. I don’t know about you but spare time is getting less and less around here and I’m lucky to get my cards done each week for the challenges. I do enjoy doing them though as they keep me creating and sharing with all of you. This week we have a sketch challenge and we are casing the sketch of the card in the centre of the image below that has the 3 bow ties on it.

This is a great sketch with a base, layer and 3 images in the middle. You could use any stamp set, DSP etc you like.

I decided to use a combination of DSP from the In Good Taste DSP and the Well Suited DSP. I used the timber look DSP for the background then added a mat of the tiled DSP (which I cut out using the Stitched Rectangles Dies) with a slightly larger mat of Early Espresso behind it to give it a bit of a frame. The teacups come from the Nothing’s Better Than stamp set and I stamped the image directly onto the DSP before cutting them out with the coordinating Dies. A little strip of the timber look DSP to make the cups look like they are sitting on a shelf, stamped the sentiment directly onto the DSP and the card was done.

Next up is Rose with her take on this sketch. I can’t wait to see everyone’s take on this as I’m sure they will all be very different. I love how you can create your own interpretation of the sketch. Keep hopping around to see all of the design team’s creations.

What will you make this week using this sketch as your base idea? We’d love to see your creation so please click on the image below and save your photo of your project on our Facebook page.

Until next time, happy stamping



  1. Love the little shelf detail under the cups – and they look so great stamped onto the dsp. Brilliant idea for this sketch!!

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