Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Gallery Gazers CASE #11


As a member of the Gallery Gazers blog group, once each month I find a card in the SCS Gallery to CASE. This month I chose a card by lovinpaper (that's her SCS name; I'm not sure what her first name is; I think maybe it's Lisa). I was inspired by the way she carried the image from the front of her card to the inside as well. 

You can see her card front HERE and the inside of her card HERE.


Her card features a gorgeous floral stamp so I used a floral stamp on mine as well (although it's not the same stamp). Another difference on my card is the way I added the sentiment to the front. Hers was a stamped sentiment; mine is a die-cut sentiment. 


While her card was gorgeous without any embellishments, I added a piece of Baker's Twine to mine as well as some Stickles Glitter Glue to make the centers of my flowers sparkle. 



I carried the same image to the inside of my card like she did (this was what first captured my attention with her card).



I'll let lovinpaper (Lisa?) know I CASE'd her card... and I hope she'll be pleased that I did.

Thanks for stopping by my blog today!


Stamp Sets: Stampin' UP! Lovely Lattice and Sugar Pea Designs Bountiful Blessings stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and colored with Copic Markers 

Ink (for image inside card): Ranger Old Paper Distress Ink

Papers: Recollections Black and 110# White and SU Wild Wasabi CS

Dies: My Favorite Things Blueprint 21 and Taylored Expressions Thanks (that came free with an order)

Embellishments: Stickles Glitter Glue and Baker's Twine from an unknown vendor

7 comments:

  1. Love your card! I am very pleased you chose my card to CASE. I own the set you used and haven't even inked it up. I may use your card to CASE. :)

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  2. Great card Jeanette. This is so pretty. I love the stamp you used.

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  3. Wow ! Great card to CASE - hers and your version of it! The flowers are so vibrant and beautifully colored!

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  4. Beautiful thank you card. You did a beautiful job coloring in your image as well. Nicely done.

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  5. Beautifully done, Jeanette. I can see why you would want to CASE lovinpaper's wonderful idea!!

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