CASE Study Challenge #189


It’s the first day of May, which means we have a new muse at CASE study challenge, and this month, it is none other than my blog friend Wida!! Wida has a beautiful distinct style, and her work radiates so much warmth! Just look at this sweet little card:


I was inspired by all the hearts, the warm ivory card base, and the interesting heart window. But instead of having pattern outside, I stamped my pattern inside the heart:


I used the Altenew set Faux Veneer, and stamped the hearts on my white card base in various Stampin’Up! inks. I then colored the hearts using Prisma color pencils (as I am writing this post, I just noticed that I forgot to color in one of the hearts!).

I covered the card base using a cream card stock from Bazzill. The heart die is by Cuttlebug. To get the double layer effect, I glued down a white heart frame on the card base. The banner is made by die cutting two concentric circles, scoring and bending the sides, and cutting a fishtail at each end. I learned this trick from Jen, who posted a card recently on the Altenew blog.

I hope you will join us this week. Head over to CASE Study challenge blog for more inspiration.

Thanks for stopping by!

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