Wednesday, 21 August 2013

Doily & Flower Especially For You Card - Inkspirational Aug CASE Challenge #34

This week we have a CASE challenge for you at Inkspirational.  We want to see your CASEd versions of a soft and pretty card made by Marina, one of our Inkspirational DT members.

 

I started off by making a 4 3/4" square Crumb Cake card base and I die cut the doily from white CS and the layer.from So Saffron CS.  I stamped the sentiment onto the doily, stamped the flower onto Saffron CS, punched it out, stamped the leaves onto Crumb Cake CS and fussy cut those out.  I popped up the white doily plus the flower and leaves and I added yellow pearls to the doily.


I cut a Whisper White panel for inside the card, added a strip of So Saffron patterned paper and drew a line with an Early Espresso marker.  I made a matching 5" square envelope with an 8" x 8" square of the patterned paper, using the Simply Scored and Diagonal Plate and scoring all four sides at 3 5/8".   I stamped a label on the front of the envelope and popped up a stamped and punched Crumb Cake flower.


I hope you'll join us this week for our Inkspirational CASE challenge, I'd love to come and see what you create!

Supplies:
Stamps:  SU! 'Flower Shop' & 'Gently Falling' sets,  SU! 'Basic Label', sentiment from Woodware 'Going to Seed' clear set
CS: SU! Crumb Cake, So Saffron & Whisper White

Patterned paper:  SU! Sweet Pea DSP
Ink:  SU! Early Espresso
Tools:  Cheery Lynn French Pastry doily die & matching French Pastry angel wing die,  SU! Pansy punch, SU! Simply Scored & Diagonal Plate
Embellishments & accessories: yellow pearls, SU! Dimensionals


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4 comments:

Mynnette said...

I've never thought to put kraft and yellow together, but this is gorgeous!!! LOVE the doily and the beautiful flower image! Fabulous work, friend! :) HUGS!

Pia S said...

Your card is lovely - the yellow paper behind the doily picks up the color of the flower beautifully.

sandie said...

lovely case Ruth, the colour combo really works perfectly x

M said...

Great pop of colour, love the layering of the doily. Marina