CASE study Guest Designer week 4

Hello everyone!

Once again I am here with CASE study as a guest designer, but sadly, this is my last one.  I did have a GREAT time CASEing Amber’s cards for this month and am very thankful for this opportunity!

So here is the last inspiration card from Amber-Kemp Gerstel:

My reaction when I saw these cards? WOW!  sheer elegance! such an awesome design and perfectly executed cards! If I had the same die, I would probably make the exact same card! well, maybe with subtle differences here and there 🙂

I happen to have a stamp that is the exact same design as this die, and I used it to create my card.


Yap, it is pretty much the same design, only in reverse.

I started with 4.25″ by 5.5″ white card stock, and inked it up with Stampin’Up! Tempting Turquoise. I then stamped the stamp from Paper Smooches Potpourri repeated on the back until I got the pattern I wanted. Finally I cut out the little pieces and adhered them on a walnut cream card base.

Make sure to visit the CASE study challenge blog to see what the design team has come up with!

Thanks for visiting!

20 responses

  1. You had me so confused … I read that you used a stamp for your card, and then looked at your photo and saw the paper pieces so I’m thinking it’s a die. I couldn’t figure that out, until I finished reading your post. Holy wow, you cut all those out and then pieced them together … that’s amazing! WOW.

  2. Oh my, Tasnim! This card is gorgeous! I’m so glad you linked your blog up to the Moxie Fab World Blogroll. It will be great to stop by and say “hello” from time to time! 🙂

  3. When I saw your card on the CASE Study blog, I was wondering ‘how did she do that?!’ so I had to come over for a closer look. Your card is stunning. Cannot believe you hand-cut all those individual pieces and then aligned them so perfectly.

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