CASE Study Challenge 4th Year Anniversary Blog Hop



It’s the third blog hop celebrating CASE Study‘s 4th year celebrations, and I am your first stop!

The theme of the hop is to create a project based on something that inspires you. Like many others, I often turn to Pinterest for inspiration. So for today’s card, I used this photo:


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I was inspired by the floral image in the center pillow, and by the bold pattern on the carpet.

DSC_1229-001I stamped one of the images from Altenew’s Persian Motifs using Distress ink Antique Linen, then colored it using Copic markers (RV09, Y15 and YR25). I trimmed the image and adhered it atop stripes of black card stock which were already adhered to the card base. The sentiment is from Altenew’s Scribbled Flowers. A very quick and simple card.

Your next stop on the hop is Barbara Anders.

Make sure to leave a comment at each stop to be eligible for a prize. You have until midnight Tuesday August 26th to leave your comments.

Altenew is sponsoring this week, and the prize will be two stamp sets of your choice!

Our other sponsors are:

CAS-ual Fridays Stamps
Simon Says Stamp
Paper Sweeties

The awesome designers who are participating today:

Tasnim Ahmed <— You are here
Barbara Anders
Julie Ebersole
Mariana Grigsby
Debby Hughes
Cristina Kowalczyk
Anika Lerche
Jocelyn Olson
Jennifer Rzasa (you are here)
Laurie Schmidlin
Amy Sheffer
Julia Stainton
Julee Tilman


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  1. Persian Motifs is my favorite set from your new release! I would sure love a chance to win it! I really like the varied width of stripes on the background of your card…and will try this myself soon.

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  4. I bumped into your amazing work via Jennifer McGuire’s card video where she named you as the source of inspiration! And I clearly see why……THANK YOU for such wonderful work and talent shared….I’d love to participate in this bloghop!

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