CAS(E) this Sketch #255 - thank you

I made a very simple one layer card for this week's CAS(E) this Sketch #255.

Here's Donna's sketch:

I heat-embossed the magnolia and the sentiment in Gold Rich Pale, masked the flower, and then stenciled the wavy lines with Prismacolor pencils. Finally I colored the flower. It was quite some time ago when I last used colored pencils for my cards, so it was fun playing with them!

Thanks for stopping by!

Stamp: Magnolias for Her (Altenew)
Paper: Specialty Paper (Spicy Yogurt - Altenew)
Ink: VersaMark (Tsukineko), Colored Pencils (Canary Yellow, True Green, Light Cerulean Blue, Light Aqua, White, Pink, Process Red - Prismacolor)
Accessories: Stencil (Stylish Borders - Hero Arts), Embossing Powder (Gold Rich Pale - Wow!)


nancy littrell said...

Beautiful stencil and flower coloring with your prismacolor pencils, Hideko. Such a wonderful CAS design for a one layer card. TFS and making me want to try this fun sketch challenge. Hugs..

I Card Everyone said...

Hideko, this is a beautiful bloom, and your pencil coloring is fabulous! OH do I love it all on that Spiced Yogurt paper!

Leigh Penner said...

Super pretty take on the sketch, Hideko!

Christine Alexander said...

Beautiful Hideko, your pencil colouring is perfect and I love the stenciled wavy lines done with pencils.

Ros Crawford said...

It's gorgeous!! I've yet to try pencils but you make me want to get them out and give it a go!

Mac Mable said...

Not tried pencils either but it looks so fabulous, as does your card x

Susanne Vargas said...

Very pretty! Sometimes simple is best!

Loll said...

Beautiful work with your pencils, Hideko. LOVE the stenciled wave background, but it's that gorgeous magnolia that steals the show. So pretty! xx

Hannelie said...

This is a beautiful one layer take on the sketch Hideko!

ps... so glad you added a photo to your bio for us to meet the person behind the amazing cards!

Bonnie said...

Your magnolia is exquisite, Hideko! And I love, love, love that stenciled background!