CASE Study Anniversary Blog Hop

Hey Everyone

Whoo hoo! – Congratulations CASE Study on turning one.  What an  excellent idea to have a Blog Hop for your 1st Anniversary.  I have to ask though – did you think it would be easy for us to choose just one card to CASE when there are squillions of amazing cards to choose from?  I’ve been thru the Design Team and former Muses blogs a couple of times and decided I would CASE a card that I love created by Teneale Williams. Her cards are gorgeous and you can find her site by clicking here.

This is her card below that I’ve wanted to CASE for ages.

And this is my take on it:

I’ve kept the layout the same as Teneale’s and used the lilies (I think they’re lilies) from Fifth Avenue Floral.  I know earlier in the week I said I needed an intervention on this stamp set but after today I promise I will intervent (is that a word) myself.  And because it’s a Teneale CASE I decided I needed to spruce up the inside of the card – not something I normally do – but I admire it every time she does it.

Thanks for taking a look.

Products Used:
Cardstock: Basic Black, Very Vanilla, Basic Gray DSP
Ink: Basic Gray, Black Stazon
Stamp Sets: Fifth Avenue Floral, Artistic Etchings, French Foliage
Other Products: Antique Brad, Black Satin Ribbon, Daubers

See ya

Narelle

 

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14 thoughts on “CASE Study Anniversary Blog Hop

  1. Your card is simply stunning. Teneale is a very talented artist and I admire her work as much as you seem to. Your version is very well done. I’ve always been a little intimidated to case her work, but you have provided the inspiration to give it a try. Thanks!

  2. Hi Narelle, You know I have the best taste, we are like stamping twins, I love it! We both do a pretty good bow, use a lot of black and white and stick to the same types of stamps…. How sweet are you to CASE me, thank you 🙂 I love your card more then mine! Everything is perfect!

    Ten

  3. A beautiful take on the original…Teneale’s style is so elegant and I think you’ve captured that marvelously! The black accents really stand out wonderfully! So glad to have you joining in on our CASE Study celebration!

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