Thursday, April 29, 2010

No, not another challenge - YET

Recently I saw a card with many different patterned papers on it. I thought I would try my hand at creating a similar card. I found this this great card at ...Just a little something blog by Joanne and thought I would CASE it a bit.

So here is my take on her card


I did use the rule of three changes when CASEing: first I changed the decorative paper used, I changed where the sentiment was, layered the circle on a scallop, and I used a velvet scallop ribbon. I did use my sewing machine and I am pleased with the result. It was a bit of a step outside my box since I am not always comfortable with matching up patterned papers. Enjoy!

Supplies Used:
Waltzingmouse - Blessed by You stamp set
PTI Dark Chocolate ink
PTI Kraft Cardstock, Melon Berry buttons and twine
Webster's Pages decorative paper

13 comments:

BethieJ said...

BEAUTIFUL!! I love how warm it feels!!!

Kimberly said...

I think you did a great job matching the papers! I had never heard of the rule of three. I can see the similarities with the original, but you definitely made this feel very different. Great job!

Rhonda said...

Great card Angy! I had never heard the rule of 3 when CASEing. That is good to know.

peggysue said...

I haven't heard of the rule of three either but it sounds fair to me, And the card is very warm looking.

resmith said...

Beautiful! I love your papers!

Heather P. said...

Simply GORGEOUS! Love all the little details!

megspaulding said...

Awesome cards! I really love all the patterns, they go great together!

Sharron said...

Very pretty! Wonderful papers and I like the touch of lace!

Nerina said...

Love the rustic stitching in this - looks so antiquey! The crocheted trim is such a fabulous touch too! I also loved that original card - and I like how you've interpreted it here!

Terri said...

Very nice. Love the PP you used.

:::b r a n d i::: said...

I love it!

Debbie Olson said...

Absolutely fabulous!

Cammie said...

Beautiful papers! I love your interpretaion!

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