Case Study #172

Wednesday, December 25, 2013



I have loved guest designing for Case Study Challenge this month!
Thanks again, Iwona, for asking me to join you!
Here is the last project that I made....
This month, we've changed things up a bit, so there isn't a Muse as such.
Instead, we're honouring Cath from the Moxie Fab World.
Cath stepped down from her position in the Paper Crafts magazine, as well as the host for MFW. December is a tribute to her influence on the paper crafting community,
 and we chose four of her past posts that she shared within the "Oh My Moxie Fab!" column.

Here's this week's inspiration photo:

Aren't these cookies fabulous?
I thought the designs on these were so pretty that I had to replicate them on a card!
I used my Wplus9 Fresh Cut Florals to stamp my flowers.

I started by diecutting my white & Enchanted Evening cardstocks with Mama Elephant's Femme Frame dies.
On my white cardstock, I stamped a banner & sentiment from Wplus9's Bountiful Banners stamp set.
Then, I masked that off and proceeded to stamp images from Wplus9's Fresh Cut Florals.
To finish it off, I added a few leave images from Wplus9's Mother's Day Bouquet.

Be sure to visit the Case Study Challenge blog to see what the rest of the team created for the challenge.

Thanks for looking!


12 comments:

Alanna said...

This is so pretty. I just love how you stamped the flowers.

Lynn said...

Amazing Leigh. Your stamping is stunning!

Diane Stricker said...

Beautiful card.

Kara said...

so pretty!!

Joni nina Andaya said...

Beautiful!!!

Erin (Homemade Cards by Erin) said...

Beautiful love the blue border

Tracey McNeely said...

Just gorgeous!

merryf said...

This is stunning!

Joyce said...

So beautiful, Leigh.

Karen C. said...

Gorgeous colours and design!

Kim S said...

Beautiful flowers. I love how you have mirrored the cookies with flowers surrounding the banner!

My Paper Epiphany said...

Just popped over for a belated comment on your gorgeous bouquet card! I have these stamps and I'm practising - trying to get the right arrangement. I love this one! Also enjoyed scrolling through all your other posts - so many beautiful cards!

 
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