Thursday, March 31, 2011

CASE Study

Hi all....happy Thursday!
Time for another CASE Study challenge!
I missed last week.  I actually had my card made,
never took a pic and still never took a pic! 
Maybe someday it will end up on my blog....

Here is my card for this weeks challenge -


....and of course, here is Julee's lovely card


Our sponsor this week is -



The winner gets to choose 3 digis of their choice!!!
Head on over to the SNSS store and see what Korin has to offer!

Now it's your turn, if you haven't played with us before, its very simple. Just get some inspiration from Julee's card (above): It can be the colors, layout, techniques, or whatever, and use it on your sample. You could also CASE the entire thing. In other words, there really aren't any rules except to have fun!


Be sure to check out everything the wonderful
CASE Study DT has done this week.....they always amaze me with their talent!
Julie (you're here)



Card details:
Stamps: Sentiment but I cannot figure out from where!!!
Paper: berry sorbet, chocolate chip, white, MME Hazel
Ink: Versafine black
Misc: Recollections flower, nesties, dimensionals, ribbon
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6 comments:

Wanda Cullen said...

Julie, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family in the loss of your uncle! So glad you were able to be with him...it's difficult...I went through a similar scenario in losing my mother this past October. She waited until my niece arrived from Texas and then died peacefully. Before I forget, your card is a lovely CASE of Julee's card!

Suzanne said...

Pretty too! I really like the PP.

Julee (Vervegirl) said...

So pretty! I love the striking contrast of the PP and card base. And that flower is just fabulous! Thanks so much for letting me hang out with y'all at CASE study this month!

Andrea Ewen said...

Love your beautiful card, Julie...wonderful color combination and super sweet sentiment!

Iwona Palamountain (Chupa) said...

Very luscious, and great mix of colours and papers! You always make the best out of a CAS design :)

Sue Kohler said...

How pretty is this!! Loving all the scallops and the oh so elegant bloom, a beautiful tribute to Julee's creation! :)