Saturday, June 9, 2012

Case Study; I love you

I had a glorious day off today and amongst sleeping in, I did a little organizing in my craft studio and eventually got to making something!







I played along with this week's Case Study challenge because it's been too long and I love Chupa's challenges! I pulled out some old Cosmo Cricket paper because my paper rack looks like this:







Do you have one of these? The sad thing is this is full of older paper that I don't use anymore! I got this rack because I thought it would be a good way to store my papers, but it ended up working against me. I am a really visual person and if my stash is out of sight - it really is out of mind... So I grabbed a line of Cosmo from the rack and I am going to make a bunch of projects with it!

Back to the card...








I used this beautiful Memory Box butterfly (I need to get a new die.. I know...) on top of a Tim Holtz rosette die on top of a My Favorite Things Fishtail banner die. I used some nummy new Bazzill Cardshoppe cardstock and because the paper was so substantial, when I rolled the wings around my finger it kept its shape!








I love that die!!!! Then I finished the card off with a few words for the Technique Tuesday stamp set called Perspectives by Ali Edwards. I stamped it in white then sprinkled some white embossing powder on top to make it pop.








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5 comments:

  1. I love this card! Colors, layout images -- excellent! TFS~

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  2. This looks amazing! It's so eye catching with the colours and dimensions.

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  3. what gorgeous dimension! LOVE that butterfly die! I have another memory box one and love how delicate they are! Thanks for playing with us over on CASE Study this week :)

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  4. Gorgeous! Love these papers and that amazing butterfly--it's so delicate! Thanks for joining us this week at CASE Study!

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  5. Love love LOVE this, girlie!! So glad to see you playing along with us! :)

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