CASE Study Challenge #146


It is time for another CASE study challenge with our muse Lisa Spangler.

The inspiration:


Interesting color palette; that is the first thing I wanted to CASE. However, it didn’t work very well with my design, and after taking pictures and almost submitting it, I decided to change it.

Here is my card:

Case Study 146

Points of Inspiration:

  • Frame: I love frames, hence it is no wonder that my focal point is a frame. I made it using two spellbinder dies and covering it with white enamel accent.
  • Side Bow: I like the off-center emphasis of the frame, hence the cluster of elements on the left of my frame.
  • Diagonal stripes: This was accidental; originally I tied a bow around the frame, but it didn’t look good. As I was determined to put something on one side of the frame, I just wrapped the cord around it. Later I realized that it resembles the border stamps on Lisa’s card.

For the cluster on the side I used a stamped circle, a fabric brad, some flower die cuts with the edges inked and a little wood veneer bird, which was a gift from my teammate Wida. Never used wood veneers before, so I was quite excited to put this little cutie into use.

Make sure to visit the CASE study blog to see what the rest of the team created along with our Guest Designer Lynn Mangan, as well as Lisa’s CASE of her own card!

Amy Wanford | Andrea Ewen | Debby Hughes | Clare Buswell | Iwona Palamountain | Jean Martin | Jeanne Jachna | Lynn Magnan (GDT)Maureen Merit | Maureen Plut | Silke Ledlow | Teneale Williams

Thanks for stopping by!



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