CASE Study #155

Hello there!

It is time for the next CASE Study challenge with our muse Jennifer Mcguire.

My first thought was to use a border stamp. I love how Jennifer used just one border stamp to create this beautiful design. I like to take opportunities like this and utilize stamps that I have never used before.

Right off the bat I spotted a border stamp from Simon Says which has never been inked up. I started by stamping it on scrap paper in various colors, trimmed them, and here is what came out with them arranged in a rainbow of color:

CASE Study 155

As I was gluing the banners down, I felt that the card looked awfully familiar; well of course it is a very close CASE of Jennifer’s card, but the rainbow colors reminded me of another card. And then it hit me, Laura had a similar design about a year ago. You can see her card here. I just had to give some credit to the extraordinaire Laura 🙂

The sentiment is another stamp that had never been inked before; it is from Clearly Besotted Stamps Many Thanks set.

Please visit the CASE Study Challenge blog to see what the design team along with our guest designer and muse interpreted this week’s inspiration. You can also visit their individual blogs here:

Amy Wanford | Andrea Ewen | Debby Hughes | Clare Buswell | Iwona Palamountain | Jean Martin | Jeanne Jachna | Kimberly Wiener (GDT)Maureen Merit | Maureen Plut | Silke Ledlow | Teneale Williams

Hope you can join us this week. Thanks for stopping by!

12 responses

  1. I always look forward to your cards and this one is no disappointment….its fantastic!! Such a wonderful idea and love all the different colours. Gives me so many ideas to try, so thankyou for sharing your work. Can’t wait till the next one!!

  2. Oh wow, oh wow, talk about enabling, I love this card, and all the stamps!!!
    EVERYTHING about it!
    Stunningly awesome and CAS and bright and……………. I need to stop gushing!!
    PINNING it now for later oggling!!

  3. Gorgeous take on Jennifer’s card! Thanks for the shout out:) I agree with Kelly…it’s just not human to post this many wonderful cards in a row!!!

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