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Sorry that this is quite a few hours early! I'm not sure how long I can stay awake tonight before a big day tomorrow. (OK... I guess I was excited, too!)
INSPIRATION: Have you experienced this? You find this awesome card in the gallery with an image set you actually have, but you can't duplicate it because you don't have all the supplies that were used. Or maybe you found an idea for a card that requires a certain image, but you only have a similar image. If yes, this challenge is for you!
CHALLENGE: Find a card in your Favorites or in the Gallery that you would like to CASE. Make 2 or more substitutions.
UPLOADING: In your description, include an explanation of the substitutions made AND please include the original artist's name and a link to the card you CASEd. If you have difficulty with the link, please include the original artist's name.
Location: Dancing while watching the Corny Collin's Show
ROTFLMBO!!! This is how I stamp all the time. I show my friends (for example) the catty what I did and they then look at me like I was crazy because it's not even close.
I wanna upload what I'll do with this, but once I stamp it, it's gone. I'm not organized enough to scan it or take a pic of it. I dream of having a gallery like some of you babes. It's just not gonna happen very soon.... Back to lurking I must go.
Location: On the floor looking for eyelets and brads!!!
Jen what a fun challenge. I am afraid that I cased this a little while ago, and cannot for the life of me find the original artisit. If she or anyone else knows who she is. PLEASE let me know so I can credit her! TYTY
I fell in love with the card of Julia's and had it in my favorites. I wanted to try her layout and use the blocked collage technique with a retired set I have called Decorative Frames (so old it's not on the gallery).
I have attached the link to Julia's card in the description on my card.
I needed a baby card and wanted to use the cloud template. I had to change the stamps and colors a bit (it's a girl) and since I was limited to the carriages in simple somethings, I had change the layout a bit. After all this, it may not look all that similar, but aren't a lot of cases that way? More like inspiration!