Friday, September 9, 2016

C.A.S.E A Card Friday #30-2016

Designers your mission is to C.A.S.E. this card - 

A softer look was done by Kimberly -

To C.A.S.E. this lovely card, I changed a few of the colors and used butterflies instead of leaves. I die cut the butterflies from vellum cardstock with Poppy's Emelia Butterfly Trio.  The colors are Distress Crayons - Bright Set (Picked Raspberry, Spiced Marmalade, Mustard Seed, Twisted Citron, Mermaid Lagoon, Peacock Feathers). I applied the crayons directly to watercolor paper and used a very small amount of water to blend. I cut the panel to 4 1/4" x 5 1/4".  The sentiment is a Catherine Pooler's Butterfly Notes stamp set (SOA Lovely Notes Collection) stamped in black ink. I adhered a small strip of black cardstock to the bottom. The butterflies are decorated with Ranger's Liquid Pearls, White Opal).  The card base is size A2.

Robbie mixed it up a little with this take on the card -

When I looked at the card to case I saw the strips of color along with the vellum leaf spray.  I knew I could find one of our framelits to use on my card.  All supplies are Stampin’ Up.  I could not find a leaf spray big enough but I did have the Sunshine Wishes thinlits and the flower would be perfect.  I based the colors of my strips of color on what the flower might look like.  I used the Timeless Textures stamp set and Whisper White card stock along with Garden Green, Wild Wasabi, Calypso Coral, Peekaboo Peach, and Daffodil Delight inks.  I stamped the stamp first with the right side up then again upside down to fill in the strip.  Once I had all my strips created I cut my card stock down to have the strips of color fit into the card stock better.  I mounted that onto a piece of Garden Green card stock.  This panel was added to a Peekaboo Peach card base.  I then used Vellum card stock to cut out my flower.  I used Tombow Vellum adhesive to attach my flower to my panel.  To finish off my card I added a large Basic Rhinestone.  A cute Summer card with lots of color. ~ Robbie

Great job ladies - Denise

1 comment:

  1. Great cards, ladies. You've inspired me to try this myself.