CASE Study Challenge #179

Time for another CASE Study challenge! and this time we have an amazing inspiration card from Danielle Flanders!

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Ah I just love all the soft colors and dimensions in this card!

I took inspiration from the pastel colors and the script die cut, and here is the card I came up with:

CASE study 179 Tasnim

All the vellum sheets were first run through a Xyron sticker machine to apply an even layer of adhesive on one side. The circles were then punched with three different size punches.

For the “hello” I used a die from TCW, and covered it with Ranger’s white liquid enamel. The “happy birthday” is a washi tape which I added afterwards as the card was looking too plain. I covered two green dots on each side of the sentiment that were already on the washi tape with tiny punch outs from a silver glimmer paper by SU!.

Do stop by the CASE Study challenge blog for more inspirations and to see what the rest of the design team along with our talented guest designers May Park and Caryn Davies  came up with.

11 responses

  1. Love the circles behind the hello die and the use of the washi tape with the covered up green dots is wonderful. I have this same washi tape so I will have to try this little trick.

  2. Great idea to use “hello” with your happy birthday sentiment … it really adds a little something extra. Also love your choice to use a white hello to keep your vellum circles light and airy. Gorgeous card, Tasnim!

  3. Wow, Tasnim – beautiful creation. Love the layered vellum circles (did you colour plain vellum?). Love your sentiment “trick”, too 🙂

  4. Pingback: Video: Lifelike Die Cuts | Jennifer McGuire Ink

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