CASE Study Challenge 168

Hello and Happy Thanksgiving to those who are celebrating!

At CASE Study we are featuring the last inspiration from Keisha Campbell. I like her unique  bold style and I enjoyed CASEing her very much. Chupa does bring the most talented artists out there, but next month we will be having something a little different and exciting! So look forward to it 🙂

This week’s inspiration:


my card:

CASE Study 168

The card base measures 4″x6″ and is made out of Bazil kraft card stock. I don’t like embossing directly onto a card base as it always warps the paper. So instead of embossing the large dots, I decided to use white acrylic paint. I poured a little paint on a craft sheet, then using the bottom end of a pen I created the random polka dots. I left them to dry for some time.

On the bottom right corner of the card are a washi tape strip (Michaels), Dymo label sentiment, and a wood veneer butterfly (Michaels).

Make sure to visit the CASE Study Challenge blog for more inspiration, and I hope you will be inspired to play along!

Thanks for stopping by!

5 responses

  1. Wow, your stamping with paint, and placing, is impeccable!! I really really love this card, so bold and different for you, full of creative risks that really paid off in the most spectacular way!!

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