Saturday, March 5, 2011

CASE Study #29

Here is the card for this week's CASE study, by our muse for the month, Julee Tilman:

And here is my take, using October Afternoon and Webster's Pages papers:


Being the stamper that I am, I almost feel like this was cheating, stamping only the sentiment here.  But I spent alot of time making the medallion instead, so i guess I'll forgive myself :)  I didn't bring my scoreboard with me, so the accordian medallion was folded by eye and hand, following the design set by the punched edge.  The lovely blue rolled rose is a Sizzix diecut, sent to me by Suze, and the lace comes from Carole.

supplies: cream parchment card base, Octobe Afternoon Thrift Shop and Fly a Kite dps, Webster's Pages Lullaby Lane petite paper, Hero Arts CL434 Just Find Me, white art flowers, and red pearl hearts, Nesties label 4, EK Success scallop border punch (on edge of medallion), Sizzix die-cut rolled rose, crochet lace

22 comments:

  1. Absolutely gorgeous Lynn! The DP's you chose are so bright and cheerful just enough to bring cheer into someone's day! :)

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  2. I love your vibrant colours Lin! And that little blue rose, it is the first thing that caught my eye! Just beautiful!

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  3. Hello Lin!!!! Gorgeous card! Thank you so much for commenting on my HA flickr cards:) I can't figure out how to send you an email, so, I thought I would tell you here. The Ranger Distress inks used are: Shabby Shutters & Pine Needles.
    AND, on Facebook, Hero Arts has YOUR card (the Friends one) featured on the 'we made 50,000' post!

    Congratulations!!!!

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  4. Just beautiful Lin. Love the way the rolled flower turned out.

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  5. Beautiful! I had a chuckle about not stamping. I feel the same way when I don't stamp. Love what you created and your medallion is wonderful.

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  6. Gorgeous Lin! The colours and patterns of the paper that you used is so so beautiful! Your fan and your rose ... wow ... so pretty!

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  7. Lin, I can't believe you hand folded that gorgeous medallion! Love the Websters Pages! Beautiful card!

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  8. Yummy!!! LOVE this card Lin...the colours are so perfectly matchy :)

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  9. Wow! Beautiful take, Lin! Your medallion flower came out perfectly, even without your scoring board! Well done!

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  10. stunning gorgeousness lin and you need to get yourself one of Timmie's rosette dies....takes the hard work out of all that folding...big hugs kath xxx

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  11. Stunning Lin, love the use of the patterned paper and you medallion at the top of the card, beautiful!

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  12. That rosette would take me all day to fold as perfectly as you have done! And the blue rose is so pretty - love your card, Lin!

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  13. Sooooo pretty Lin, I Love the Papers you used just a gorgeous card!

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  14. Lin, LOVE your bright FAB colors and LOVE how you stamped the sentiment on the gingham! SUPER card!

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  15. Gorgeous, gorgeous, GORGEOUS! Love this, Lin!

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  16. Gorgeous, Lin! Great mix of papers which I always find it difficult but you've done a fantastic job! Love the medallion and the flower with it!

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  17. What a gorgeous card Lin! Great CASE ;)
    Thanks for sharing, Ruth S

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  18. LOVE LOVE LOVE those papers you used--this is a great take on that CASED card! BEAUTIFULLY done:) So much detail!

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  19. Beautiful card! I love the colors you've used on this. Thanks so much for playing along with us at CASE Study this week.

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  20. Such a fabulous card! Love the papers and little hearts.

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  21. This is lovely Lin! So glad you could join us at CASE Challenge this week! :)

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