Monday, August 20, 2012

Dream Big (CASE study 104)

Hi Everyone!

I hope you all had a great weekend. Mine was good. Yesterday was quite busy; and truth be told, I'm quite happy that everyone has gone to school and work today! I am still working on my challenges for the Anni-VERVE-sary celebration going on over at the Verve Blog. If you're playing along also, remember you have until this Friday to get all your creations completed and uploaded to the proper SCS gallery etc.I can't wait for Friday when all the new sets will be available in the Verve Store.
For today, however, I wanted to share my card for the current CASE study challenge. The challenge this time was to CASE a member of the design team. Well, for me this was a no brainer! I chose one of my all time favorite stampers and bloggers, the uber talented Teresa Kline. Seriously, this girl's creations....well, they just make my heart flutter! LOVE her! This is the card I chose to CASE from Teresa. She blogged it recently here in this post; and I just thought it was beautiful. Sometimes CASEing a card can be tricky because the idea is that you use another persons design to create your own without necessarily just copying what the original person did. For me, I knew right away that I wanted to keep the Eiffel Tower image as a focus, so I used a set called "Vintage Traveler" from Our Craft Lounge and I tried to also keep the basic color scheme with the neutrals and pinks and light green/blues.I also wanted to keep the basic layout of the card as well. I used Dark Chocolate, Sage Shadow, Kraft, some pattern paper from My Mind's Eye. The sentiment at the bottom is from Verve's "Tag Time". I roughed up the edges and then did a bit of distressing with Victorian Velvet, and Vintage Photo distress inks. Finally, I added the flower and button embellishment and completed the card.
I was quite pleased with the final result; and I hope you all like it as well!

Challenges for this card:

Delightful Challenges: Punches and Dies

365 Cards: Muted (no bright colors or designs)

Craft Your Days Away: Anything Goes

Catered Crop: Distressing

The Crafty Pad: Dies/Punches


Crafty Mamma Mia said...

Hi Dori - I love your card! I think it cases the original beautifully and it definitely is your own composition. Great colour combo. Thanks for sharing your project at The Crafty Pad this week in our "To Die For" challenge.
Helen x (DT)

Dawn said...

Well done on casing the card, you've done a wonderful job! Thanks for playing at The Crafty Pad in our To Die For Challenge!
Good Luck
Dawn xx

Estelle Grace Tudor said...

What a beautiful card! Thanks for joining in at The Crafty Pad this week. Estelle xx

Julie said...

Beautiful card - I love your colour combo!

Thanks for joining us at Craft Your Days Away for our Final Challenge - Anything Goes.



Maureen said...

I love the colours you used! Some of Teresa's favourites :) The Eiffel Tower image is so classic! Thanks for helping us celebrate 2 years over on CASE Study :)

Shell Shearer Swinscoe said...

Gorgeous creation, love the colours!

Thank you for sharing with us at Delightful Challenges this week, good luck!
Hugs Shell xx

Aimes said...

What a fabulous CASE! So elegant and oh so chic!
Thanks for joining us on CASE Study this week! :)

Iwona Palamountain (Chupa) said...

Aren't Teresa's cards dreamy? :) Wonderful job with your CASE, it's a gorgeous card! Thanks for joining us at CASE Study this week!

Sassy Raggedy said...

Wonderful card. Thanks so much for joining us this week at Delightful Challenges. Hope to see you again next week. joann sassy raggedy

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