Two posts in 24 hours? Another card completed today? And a fabulous sunny Sunday spent checking out a new coffee/wine shop for brunch (Vif), flea-marketing in Fremont (and scoring, at long last, a gorgeous refurbished dresser along with a vintage Indian tunic– pictures forthcoming), cooling off with some favorite Bluebird ice cream, followed by a Fremont Brewery stop and finally one more coffee for the road at Milstead?!
Yes, indeed, it’s been a good weekend!
And to celebrate that as well as CASE Study’s 4th anniversary here is my card–with love to Chupa and the gang!
I have been working with so many patterns, layers, and embellishments, that this card felt so good to make. I love the crisp, clean nature of it, as well as the modern palette.
My card features PTI dies and vellum, MFT Fuse Green cardstock for the base (and matching enamel dots!), as well as that gorgeous paper from Studio Calico, “Encircled”.
I had to include the additional picture above because I just love the Basic Grey Grand Bazaar paper in the background, and was thinking of perhaps including it on the inside of the card in lieu of my usual washi tape border.
Is this washi to die for or what??
I was inspired by two of the amazing cardmakers in the CASE anniversary blog-hop, the MFT queen Ms. Keisha Campbell–who rocks their papers (especially Fuse Green) and dies like nobody’s business–and the lovely Anna of Creativity Mango who nails trendy, crisp, and colorful in her layouts and cards every time!
Here’s Anna’s inspiration card–
I was thinking my card would be good for either a wedding or anniversary card–I’ve not yet stamped an inside sentiment. The pink Scribbled Circles die reminds me a bit of a heart and the vellum wreath around it, an airy bridal veil. What do you think?
The anniversary celebration is going on all month, so head over to CASE Study for some great work and fun prizes!