A big CONGRATS to Sue, the Featured Stamper this week! Can you believe how big and beautiful her gallery is? There are a lot of cards I picked to CASE but I kept coming back to this Snowflakes of Peacee card. I didn't even realize it was a CASE of a CASE until after I finished. But in any case (tongue in cheek), I think my CASE resembles Sue's CASE much more closely. I loved it so much, I didn't want to change anything so I kept the layout and similar colors, but I don't have the images she used so I changed images, added a layer or two, a butterfly and made mine a birthday card.
The card is pretty Clean & Simple (CAS)...I stamped the medallion several times in the red, aqua and pear tart colors, then used different size circle dies to cut them out and mix match a couple of the centers. The big flourish was stamped on the layer underneath using the neptune ink and the two part sentiment was stamped in red. I added the sky blue layer and onto my 4.25 x 5.50 card. A few gems and a cut out butterfly finished it.
Congrats again, Sue! Enjoy your well deserved place in the spotlight! All the details and closeups are on my blog: The Write Stuff
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Sat, Mar 02, 2013 @ 8:28 PM
Julie, this is absolutely gorgeous! I love the lacy look to your images. Your gems and butterfly add just the right touch to this beautiful card. You're such an artist.
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Sun, Mar 03, 2013 @ 12:45 AM
this is so fun colorful and springy...loving all the circles....great case of sue's....super choice....ty for sharing...:0)
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