Monday, September 26, 2011

CASE Study: Thinking of You

Good Morning Everyone!

Well, another weekend has come and gone! I hope you all enjoyed yours. Not a lot going on at my house. In fact, I didn't do any crafting this weekend. I made the card I'm sharing today standing at my kitchen table Friday afternoon right before I started cooking dinner. It was quick, that's for sure! It took me about 20 mins start to finish and that was OK. You know sometimes you just need to get something done. This is my card for this week's CASE study Challenge.
I tried to keep as many elements as I could. I really liked the wood grain pattern paper on the original card. My pattern paper came from Cosmo Cricket's "Wanted" Mini Deck. I decided to keep the rest of the card simple. I chose the sentiment from Our Craft Lounge "Say it Big" set. I actually wasn't planning on putting quite the large set of flowers on the front; but I ended up smudging my ink from the sentiment and edging the center panel, that I had to do something to cover up my mistake. Still, it didn't turn out too bad.
Ok, since I didn't do any crafting this weekend, I got some challenges and sketches to catch up on this morning while the kids are at school. Not to mention the fact that my DVR is just chock full of shows I've recorded the past week and now need to watch. Have a fabulous day everyone! Thanks for stopping by and spending some time with me.

Just a few challenges for this card:

Alphabet Challenge: "Q" is for Quick
Our Craft Lounge: Pattern paper
Drunken Stampers: Thinking of You

5 comments:

Cheryl said...

oh this is one really beautiful card just love the layout and that flower and ribbon are gorgeous hugs cherylxx

Iwona Palamountain (Chupa) said...

Delightful card, love the autumnal colours!

Peggy said...

Such a beautiful card! Thanks for joining us at the Drunken Stampers!

Teresa Kline said...

this is super adorable, I luv the flower...fantastic design...hope your week is awesome!

enjoy *~*

The Sparkly Fairy said...

I love the simplicity of this design. Thank you for joining us at The Alphabet Challenge blog this week.

Emma - The Sparkly Fairy


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