Wednesday, 3 June 2015

CASEing Dee

Good night!
Well it's time for a late night scheduled post to announce the latest challenge over at
Addicted To Stamps.
Here is my card for our challenge

MAKE YOUR MARK 



My inspiration for this card is the latest challenge over at Time Out where they are CASEing the lovely Dee of Dee's Art Utopia. This is her fab card. 



Now I did think of using her idea of the glass jars but my stamp was too small (did find one after I made this card though!) So I went with the gingham table cloth look and the white embossed flowers and leaves. I also went with my own twist of using kraft instead of black. My bow kept a rustic look as I used jute string. The flowers are my favourite STAMPloration Sketched Blooms Daisy. I just love this stamp, it's so elegant and makes a fab bouquet when stamped and masked. I used  w/c pencil crayons to colour the flowers and leaves and the DP is a NitWits gingham check that was in the bits box, left over from a previous project.
Pop over and check out the rest of the fab DT and have a go yourself!

GRAB OUR BADGE!

I'm joining in at
Time Out - CASE with your own twist


This time I've gone across the middle
Birthday / Embossing / Flower
Loves Rubberstamps - AG

Thanks for popping round.:)

20 comments:

  1. I love love love the daisies on the kraft. You definitely kept the rustic feel and it turned out fabulously.

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  2. Great Case. The flowers on Kraft are such a good idea and the twine keeps the rustic feel. Great to see you at TO

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  3. Your card is gorgeous Julie - Love it! xx

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  4. Hi Julie!! Your flowers look amazing!! Love how you've colored them over the kraft card stock!! Beautiful done! :)

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  5. I love that you didn't use the jar...your white blooms are gorgeous on Kraft, and I love the gingham papers! This is such a beautiful card and a fabulous CASE of Dee's inspiration card!

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  6. Beautiful design Jules. The daisies on the brown paper look awesome, and I love checked design in the background. xx

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  7. Sheer elegance julie, love that torn paper look and classy colour choice and image.
    Great take on theTIME OUT image too.

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  8. The daisies are so pretty, and I like how you added the twine. Awesome card! Thanks for playing along with my tic tac toe challenge this week at The Paper Players!

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  9. Loving the country charm with this card! The daisies are beautiful!! Thank you for playing along with the Paper Players this week!

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  10. What a lovely design, Jules! Really like the daisies on the kraft...such a fab look!

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  11. You've showcased one of my favourite stamps - the daisies - beautifully! The white/kraft...crushing all over that combination! Sooo pretty!
    Hugs~c

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  12. Love the daisies on the kraft!! And great textured with the ripped edge!!!

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  13. I love your muted version of Dee's design. And those daisies really are fab! x

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  14. Beautiful card! Thanks for joining us this week at Loves Rubberstamps!

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  15. Very pretty card! Love how you were inspired and the colors too! Thanks for taking the Time Out to play with us!

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  16. These are so beautiful. Thanks for playing with us over at Loves Rubberstamps!!!

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  17. This is gorgeous! Love how the flowers came out. Thanks for joining our challenge over at Loves Rubberstamps!

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  18. Thank you for playing along and CASEing my card :) your card with the daisies is simply beautiful :) love the way u added the twine

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  19. This has me ga-ga, Jules! I love your take on Dee's card so much! And you so deserved the HM at TPP!! Congratulations!! Enjoy your day! Hugs, Darnell

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  20. LOVE the embossing on the kraft, lovely way to add colour! Wonderful combo of challenges :)

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