Sunday, June 10, 2012

CASE-ing Joy

Joy Taylor is our muse this month at CASE Study!  Here is her first card for us:


I substituted a fluffy hand-made flower for Joy's beautiful medallion and used a chevron design paper against a horizontally striped text design paper.  Love the font on the sentiment!  It somehow makes it all look less formal......

CASEing Joy

supplies: Dear Lizzy Neapolitan chevron dp, Echo Park Playground text dp, carnation and green cardstock for flower and leaves, Hero Arts CL267 Card Messages, VersaFine onyx black ink

7 comments:

  1. That is so pretty! I love the handmade flower as well as the contrast of the chevron stripes to the softer script background.

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  2. Wow, gorgeous, Lin! Your flower is stunning! Such a wonderful take on Joy's card! :)

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  3. Gorgeous take on Joy's card Lin. Love the colours and your flower is stunning.

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  4. That is a beauty! Love the colors and patterns and that flower!

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  5. Have You rec'd enough request to make a video of how 2 make this lovely beautifuful life like flower??? PLEASE can you hu, will ya, PLEASE???

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  6. AWESOME card, Lin! I love the color palette you chose and that flower is beautiful! Love your take on Joy's card! Hugs, Marcy

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  7. Love those chevrons combined with that font. Thanks for joining us at CASE study this week :)

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