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case study challenge 86

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12 April 2012

case study challenge 86

Is it week two of April already? Having the children home sure does make time fly by! Here is this weeks wonderful CASE study inspiration from Laurie.

For this card I used the technique of looking at the inspiration card, then turning away and thinking of a few of the elements that struck me. I remembered the label with a sentiment mounted separately within, the patterned paper top and bottom of the mat and the vertical line on the right side.

Supplies: Stamps - Stampin' Up four frames, create a cupcake; Inks - Versafine smoky gray; Paper - Studio Calico classic calico vol 2, memoir; Twine - The Twinery; Punch - Stampin' Up

*Sigh* this is the last of this Studio Calico paper from the pad. Such a lovely neutral background yet with a modern, elegant twist and a great backdrop to this CAS label with sentiment popped up.

As our Easter two weeks draws to a close I expect to be posting here a little more often :) See you soon. In the meantime drop by these fab girls for more inspiration:

Christina MacLaren
Debby Hughes - me!

Iwona Palamountain (Chupa):Owner
Jean Martin

Julie Lacey - taking a break
Maureen Plut
Teneale Williams

Teresa Kline



At 12 April 2012 at 08:24 , Blogger ~amy~ said...

Such a lovely take on the inspiration!

At 12 April 2012 at 14:07 , Blogger Cristina said...

*Sigh.* Such a lovely CAS-ified interpretation.

At 12 April 2012 at 19:27 , Blogger Christina said...

Beautifully done! The pops of orange paper are my favorite part!

At 13 April 2012 at 04:28 , Blogger Wida said...

I love the color and design, graphic, slightly feminine, perfect!

At 13 April 2012 at 17:57 , Blogger Aimes said...

What a fabulous take on the CASE Study Debby! I love your pops of orange - so fun and pretty at the same time!
Hope you had a fab time away in Greece! You ready to switch roles again as we head back to school?! LOL!

At 13 April 2012 at 20:15 , Blogger mel m. m. mccarthy said...

Simply stunning. Love that paper. It must have hurt to use the last of it!


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