Thursday, 7 February 2013

CASE Study Challenge #127

Big news today at the CASE Study blog! We are inviting another talent to our crafty Pantheon, and it's none else but the fabulous Teri Anderson! It's such fun announcing one great artist after another, I swear it never gets old. I love this job :)
We're launching the month of fabulousness with a perfect inspiration for the upcoming Valentines.


Can you see what inspired me? The colours - tick, polka dot washi - tick, collage look - tick, repeat pattern (hearts vs. butterflies) - tick!


I took a sheet of PTI Melon Berry for the card base, adorned it with some washi tape and a strip of DP cut from the Graphic 45 paper pad. The butterflies were fussy cut from another one of their DP's. The rest of the stuff includes an October Afternoon die-cut sticker, rub-ons from OA and Kaisercraft, pearls and stamps from The Craft's Meow (Typically Teen & Simply Delightful). I seriously can't stop using this splatter stamp! As opposed to the actual ink sprays, I love the fact that I have a total control over where the splatters go :)

 For the layout of the card, I used another great Retro Sketches sketch (rs#49).


Please visit the blogs of my fellow CASE Study Designers, as well as our Muse's and Guest Designer's websites, to find out how they were inspired! I'd love you to give Teri and Sylvia (our Guestie) a special welcome, while you're at it :)

Teri Anderson - February Muse
Amy Wanford
Andrea Ewen
Christina MacLaren
Clare Buswell
Debby Hughes
Jean Martin
Jeanne Jachna
Maureen Plut
Teneale Williams
Sylvia Blum - February Guest Designer

The challenge details, as well as the Inlinkz list to link up your entry, can be found on the CASE Study blog. It's a sponsored challenge that we've got this week as well, make sure you'll check it out! Thanks for stopping by! xx

3 comments:

  1. Beautiful, and very different from the original! I love how you took just a few inspiration points then made this totally your own. :-)

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  2. This is so pretty and artsy! Love the splatters of ink!!

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  3. What a gorgeous card! I love how you can use so many different elements and manage to make such a perfectly balanced and beautiful card!

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