Happy Friday-Eve! :)
I'm celebrating my Friday-Eve the usual way here on the blogeroo with a fabulous new CASE Study....and when I say fabulous, I mean FAB-U-LOUS!
The month of May is upon us and brings us a new muse. A muse that I've been secretly hoping for since CASE Study started. A muse that is a total stamping crush of mine. A muse that needs no introduction. The one and only, Maile Belles! :D
And now we have Maile on board, I'm finding it tough to CASE her! Ha! I think maybe I put too much pressure on myself....I struggle sometimes to CASE someone whose style is similar to my own. Well it's pretty tough to CASE perfection. But anyways I digress, CASE away I did and today's card is a CASE of this one by Maile:
Check out the original post of this card here.
I was really taken with Maile's focal point - the way the flower hangs over the edge of her card and the use of patterned paper. The use of geometric-style paper cued me to use some of the newer Uniko Studio digital paper :)
- If you haven't got a coordinating die like the one Maile has used on her card, why not try outlining a stamped image in a faint grey marker instead? It makes those stamped images 'pop' a little more.
- Some people can't stand the thought of an unthreaded button, but I think it can work for a graphic style card. For me, this design would have been waaaaay too busy if those three buttons were threaded.
Amy Wanford (That's me!)
Erin Schulte (Guest DT)
Iwona Palamountain (Chupa)
Maile Belles (May's Muse)
Need more temptation to play along with us? Sponsoring us this week is Penny Black who are giving away three cling stamps from their April release! :)
Pssst! Did you hear? The CASE Study DT search has been extended! If I were you, I'd go for it! I'm biased, but it's a pretty awesome team to be on. *wink*
As always, thanks so much for stopping by today!