Sunday, March 1, 2015

CASology #135

I played around with my Inktense pencils again and while I can't seem to use them the way I think they're supposed to be used, I've found a way that works for me.  I used them to make my card for CASology where cue word is mini.


I used my NBUS succulent stamp from SSS to put a mini image in the corner of my card and then emphasized it with the sentiment that says "a little something".  :-)  It looked a little too plain and I didn't have any cardstock that matched the flower so I watercolored the edge of my card base.

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12 comments:

  1. Bobby...this is just so sweet. Love your mini bloom.

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  2. This looks wonderful, Bobby, and I think that watercoloring the edge is a fantastic idea. It looks great. Thanks so much for playing along at CASology this week.

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  3. Bobby I love that mini pot of flowers. Thank you so much haring with us at CASology this week!

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  4. Bobby, what a pretty, soft image and pretty watercolored border (brilliant!)...I love the mini sentiment, too! Thanks for joining in the fun at CASology this week!

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  5. Your mini flower and flower pot image is stunning; I think you've used your Inktense pencils wonderfully (I have Prismacolour and should use them more but...same as you, I'm not exactly sure how! Now I'm thinking I need some Inktense ones. Yeesh!). Mini image; maximum impact! I adore this...
    Hugs~c

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  6. I didn't know there was a right and wrong way to use those pencils but whichever way you're doing it your little plant looks amazing! Love the fitting sentiment too… :D Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!

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  7. Very fitting with the cue word and just super fun and well done!!
    Taunya Butler
    daisiesgirl.com

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  8. Such a pretty little potted flower! Love how you've colored the edges of the card!

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  9. So sweet, Bobby ... your colouring looks fabulous ... the soft, subtle shades are just lovely ... including those edges! Anita :)

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  10. Perfect - I love your card!
    Sandy xx

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  11. Beautiful card and a nice blog. Fortunately, now I not escape none of your wonderful cards:-)
    Regards,
    Bozena

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