Friday, 11 July 2014

Case Study Challenge #199

Wow, I don't know what I'm thinking of, but here am I entering my humble card into one of the most respected challenges out there!  Case Study Challenge includes designers at the forefront of this business working to inspire us! I admire the work of every one involved with this challenge, and was inspired by the muse card, so just went for it.


This card has been made for my grand-daughter, who, upon opening a card I had once made for her (I think it was her birthday last year, when I was there to see it being opened - not that I only make for her birthday lol) - said to her younger sister,  'look at all the detail she has put into it!' Bless!  So this card has details, even though I think it is still a clean card, though there isn't much white space.

Inspired by the circles of Shari's muse card, and trying for a stamped version similar to her current inspiration, I used a Simon Says stamp of the month set to create scribbled circles in various sizes.  I used a Memory Box die for the Happy Birthday banner, and the loopy string is part of a SSS pennant die.  The alphabet letters are cut from two IO dies.  The die cut number 8 was created by adhering various strips of cardstock together, and were cut out using a MFT die.  Lots of dies were used in the making of this card - plus lots of ink!  A few sequins and pearls add the 'details'.  I hope Lucy likes this one!



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6 comments:

  1. This is so sweet...the colors are delish. What a CUTE grand daughter...smart girl:)
    Thanks for joining us at CASE Study!

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  2. Beautiful card Ann. Love the colours and all the details - bet your grand daughter loved it too. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. What a pretty color combination! I too love the details :)

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  4. Perfect little girls card Ann, bright colours, heaps of detail and 'bling', it ticks all the boxes, I adore it!

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  5. Cute Mum!! I think she will appreciate all that you put into it. She will love the yellow! Growing up too fast, I almost thought you'd made a mistake as she's only 7. Damn, she's turning 8 so soon. thx x

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