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case study challenge 111

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4 October 2012

case study challenge 111

It's that time at CASE Study where we wave a tearful goodbye to one muse, in this instance the wonderful Torico, while welcoming with open arms the new muse for the month. For October we have the honour of the fabulous Julia Stainton joining us to delight and inspire! Here's this weeks stunner:

See what I mean - jaw dropping! I went for the neutral card base, patterned paper piece with a collage of elements by the horizontal sentiment then threw a bit of clean and simple in the mix and came up with this:

I hope you can join us this week. Here's the links to the rest of the girls for more inspiration:

  • Amy Wanford
  • Andrea Ewen
  • Christina MacLaren
  • Clare Buswell
  • Debby Hughes - me!
  • Iwona Palamountain (Chupa):Owner
  • Jean Martin
  • Maureen Plut
  • Teneale Williams
  • Teresa Kline
  • and our guest for October Jeanne Jachna

  • I'm also popping this card over to Moxie Fabs World Card Making Week - Monday was to make a Christmas card :)

    Supplies: Stamps - Waltzingmouse Stamps complements of the season; Inks - Versafine smoky gray; Card - Papertrey Ink soft stone; Paper - Studio Calico autumn press; Dies - Lil' Inker Designs stitched mats, flags & tags, Spellbinders create a flake; Glitter card - Stampin' Up; Pearls, Button; Crochet thread



    At 4 October 2012 at 10:48 , Blogger Lynn said...

    Gorgeous the glitter on the snowflakes!

    At 4 October 2012 at 11:20 , Blogger Deb said...

    Simply goegeous, Debby! Love those glittery snowflakes!

    At 4 October 2012 at 20:18 , Blogger Sarah said...

    Absolutely gorgeous, Debby! Love, love, love the way you're working that stitched mat.

    At 4 October 2012 at 20:35 , Blogger Aimes said...

    I can literally feel the magic of the season on this beauty - seriously!

    At 5 October 2012 at 03:12 , Blogger Julie said...

    WOW, this is a gorgeous! So fresh and clean!

    At 30 October 2012 at 11:34 , Blogger Unknown said...

    Like a breath of fresh "cold" air...brrr. LOL
    The button center for the snowflake is an unexpected pleasure. Love all the glitter, and sparkle. Neat and tidy, and fab!


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