It's Official. I have Sketch Fright. There is a cure, but it could be a long slow process in my CAS(E). I usually avoid sketch challenges because they just stop me dead. I've been told what elements to put where, and can't get beyond that. (And if I'm allowed to change the shape, rotate it, swap elements, leave bits out, add bits in, then what's the point of a restricting sketch in the first place?) However ...
There's a new challenge on the block, CAS(E) this Sketch. And Lisa from the Design Team has very kindly made a therapy video on her blog for sufferers of Sketch Fright. Lisa says that she is a linear thinker and prefers a sketch to follow, whereas I'm a holistic thinker (I think that's the opposite to linear thinkers) and I prefer to have free rein to let my random thought processes roam. Which is why sketch challenges are just that. A challenge.
Here's this week's sketch:
I've kept pretty much to the sketch this time, because it fits with the CAS-ual Fridays challenge, which is:
I've also CASEd this card from Julia Stainton on this week's CASE Study:
using the colour scheme from this week's CR84FN challenge:
Edited to add: A few people have asked about the butterfly die - it's from Marianne Design CreaTables.