Case Study Challenge #145

Hello!

I decided to play along with this week’s Case Challenge #145.  The muse for June is Lisa Spangler.  I love her clean and modern style!  Here is her gorgeous card:

There are so many beautiful things about Lisa’s card.  I so love the embossed background and I love the simple sketch.  I took these 2 elements and used that in my card.

SUPPLIES  Stamps:  Diamond Pattern (40-169), Eloquence (30-162) - both Penny Black; Heartfelt Mix (WPlus9)  Dies:  Banner Trio (WPlus9)  Inks:  Distress Inks (Tim Holtz/Ranger); Turquoise Archival Ink (Ranger); Butter Bar Mid Tone Ink (Hero Arts); Watermelon Pigment Ink (Ranger); Black Dye Ink (Hero Arts)  Other Versamark (Tsukineko); White Embossing Powder (American Crafts); Pearls (Michaels)

SUPPLIES Stamps: Diamond Pattern (40-169), Eloquence (30-162) – both Penny Black; Heartfelt Mix (WPlus9) Dies: Banner Trio (WPlus9) Inks: Distress Inks (Tim Holtz/Ranger); Turquoise Archival Ink (Ranger); Butter Bar Mid Tone Ink (Hero Arts); Watermelon Pigment Ink (Ranger); Black Dye Ink (Hero Arts) Other: Versamark (Tsukineko); White Embossing Powder (American Crafts); Pearls (Michaels); Glossy Accents (Ranger)

For the background, I stamped and white embossed the Penny Black background stamp Diamond Pattern on white CS panel.  I then randomly sponged various yellow Distress Inks (Scattered Straw, Old Paper and Antique Linen) on panel, leaving small areas of white.  From the clear set Eloquence, I stamped and fussycut the 3 different size flowers in turquoise, yellow and red ink.  Pearls were added to the center of each flower and randomly scattered on the CS panel.  Finally, I added a sentiment (from the WPlus9 set, Heartfelt Mix) on 2 different size banners.

And just a few things to share over at Penny Black…

guest designer banner

Be sure to visit the Penny Black blog.  Jen Nelson is being featured as the guest designer. You can check out her cards all this week on the blog.  

A little birdie

And I can’t wait for these!!!!  More information to come!  Eek!

 

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3 thoughts on “Case Study Challenge #145

  1. love the embossed background and the twist on Lisa’s elements 🙂 Thanks for playing with us over on CASE Study 🙂

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