Saturday, November 24, 2012

All is calm.......

Hi everyone!  I trust you had a lovely Thanksgiving holiday.  We spent it with my parents and sister in SW Pennsylvania, and as we woke up this morning to come back home, we had our first snow of the season!  Beautiful and serene, and so when I came home and was looking at the challenges I wanted to enter this week, a snowflake theme popped right into my head.

Here is our CASE Study card for this week, by this month's muse Angeline Yong:


Here's my interpretation:

CASE Study #118

supplies: blue and white cardstock, various snowflakes from Hero Arts, the biggest from Our Daily Bread Designs Peace & Joy set, sentiment from Mark's Finest Papers All is Calm set,  VersaMark ink and Hero Arts white embossing powder, Darice snowflake embossing folder

After I'd stamped all my snowflakes, I ran the blue panel through my Cuttlebug with a snowflake embossing folder, and I like it much better than the flat version......

Pop over to the CASE Study blog and look at Angeline's other card for this week and the work of the Design Team there - there are some really beautiful cards!

18 comments:

  1. This is so pretty! I love the bright blue and white - gorgeous combination.

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  2. Hi, Lin! Glad you had a safe trip home. This is so pretty; love the various snowflakes and, of course, the blue and white!

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  3. Lin, so glad to hear you had a nice Thanksgiving and saw a little snow, too! I love your pretty card, such a pretty interpretation. I adore the dry embossing, what a perfect finishing touch!

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  4. Happy Thanksgiving, Lin :) Your card is very pretty. I'm waiting for our first snow, just love this season :)

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  5. I love this card the layout is fabulous and i love the colour. Caroline xxx

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  6. This is gorgeous Lin. The colour is lovely and I agree, the embossed background looks awesome.

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  7. Love the way you took Angeline's beautiful leaves and changed them to snowflakes, Lin! The stamped and embossed flakes look fabulous together - so pretty! :)

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  8. Marvelous translation, LIn and perfect it for your arrival home to some snow :)

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  9. This card does makes me feel calm and serene! I love the dry embossing and stamping! Glad that you had a great Thanksgiving with parents and sister! We just had our first snow here...I have mixed feelings about that :P

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  10. what a clever way to add the embossing afterwards! Love the effect! Thanks for playing with us over on CASE Study :)

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  11. Love the blue embossed snowflakes topped with the stamped white ones, Lin!

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  12. WOW! What a wonderful card and such a perfect sentiment for it! LOVE it!
    Have a nice week, hugs, Karin

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  13. Glad you were able to spend the holidays with family:). I really like how you added the dry embossing to the stamped panel- must try this idea! Your card is very serene just like the first snowfall we also experienced the other morning:)

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  14. So glad that you had a nice holiday, Lin. I haven't returned to my home state of PA in the fall for years....afraid of getting caught by those snowflakes. You used them with such style on this card. Love it.

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  15. ooh, I love the combo of stamped and embossed snowflakes! Fabulous shade of blue too! thanks for joining us at CASE Study!

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  16. Beautiful, Lin! I love the effect of the subtle embossing and the bold, stamped snowflakes! Gorgeous! Thanks for playing along with us this week at CASE Study!

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Thank you so much for your kind comments - they make my day!