CAS(E) this Sketch #86

Continuing with my Simple Card series, I have made this card using Penny Black Stamps (whose name I forgot :() with all those cute cute cute little critters on it – I just love this stamp set!!

CAS(E) this Sketch #86

I recently bought Derwent Inktense pencils, and couln’t wait to try them! There are a lot of card ideas I got when I bought them, and this particular card wasn’t on the list – I made this one only when I saw the challenge. The first thing that came to my mind was ‘critter’ and ‘balloons’! And so it began..

For the ‘flying’ mouse, I stamped, and alternatively, colored using the pencils and then watercolored, or watercolored by borrowing the ink from the pencils. After I was satisfied, I fuzzy cut the mouse.

For the heart balloons, I stamped them and added some distress inks, and added the shine using white gel pen and then fuzzy cut them too.

CAS(E) this Sketch #86 (close-up)

After checking out where I wanted to place all of them on the card, I took some black string and tied it around the balloons. After this I laid them out on the card and gave the black string some twists and turns.

I first adhered the mouse and the balloons using foam dots and then started gluing the strings. For the balloon the mouse is holding, I had to cut the string in two, since that’s how it was on the original stamp, and I wanted to keep it that way. I glued the two strings separately and gave a small loop for the one below.

I finally added the sentiment and the little hearts using pigment ink, since I was a little unsure of how well dye inks may hold over so much of distress inks!

I am submitting this card for the CAS(E) this Sketch #86 challenge –

Thanks for looking!

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