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......


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:

Jackie said...

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

Barb said...

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

Dawn T said...

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

Kara Lynne said...

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

LOU said...

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???

MarcyK924 said...

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

Debby said...

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