Thursday, February 9, 2012

CASE Study: Happy Birthday

Hi Everyone!

Well, let me just start out by saying that this picture is about the 10th one I tried to take of this card. I just couldn't get it to come out the way I wanted it to. Trust me, believe me when I tell you that yellow background is NOT that bright! UGH!! It's actually a darker and more mustard/curry looking. I don't know why on earth I couldn't get it to photograph the way I wanted it to.
Ok, well it is what it is, I suppose. And what this is, is my version of this week's CASE Study Card.  I wanted to make a birthday card and I really wanted to make one that could be given to a little boy. I don't make a lot of kid friendly cards, and I definitely don't make nearly enough boy cards. I tried also to find as many colors as I could for this week's Color Throwdown challenge. I used stamps from Hero Arts "Year Round Sentiments" and Verve's "Tag Time"
I made my card a standard sized card instead of a skinny one; but I try to keep the basic layout and tried to pull some of the similar colors from the CASE card.





Challenges:

Cooking it Up with Katie: Something Spooled, metal and a sentiment
Paper Pretties: Texture
Scrapbook Sisters: Anything Goes
Stars and Stamps: Birthday Cards

Ok, that's it for me today! Enjoy your evening and I'll see you all soon!

6 comments:

Paula S. said...

This turned out fantastic! I have the hardest time with "boy cards" too... this is perfect for anyone but definitely for a boy of any age. Nice work!

Paula S.
OWH Blog Team
operationwritehome.org

Paper Therapy Ponderings said...

great job on the card - great use of the stamp set and casing the other card

Barb Housner

Nadia said...

These cards are great, especially the second one. How lovely!!!

Debby said...

You did a great job with the inspiration. Thanks for joining us at CASE study.

Jean Martin said...

This is wonderful! I love all the warm tones in your patterned papers. What a great CASE! Thanks for sharing this with us at CASE Study Challenge! :)

Penny said...

thanks for sharing your card with us at Cooking it up, I think your photo is great... dont be so hard on yourself!


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