Saturday, 12 January 2013

Case Study Challenge #123

A new month, a new year and a new muse at the Case Study Challenge!
I have only just recently discovered Amber's blog Damask Love and am in awe of her many talents!!! This is the card we have to case this week:-

Isn't this spectacular!

I've been trying to stretch myself and think outside the square when I case a card, so I have avoided using pink and hearts. If you put 2 hearts together you get a butterfly - so here is my idea!

The butterfly stamps are from Darkroom door - I tried to stamp randomly - it's quite a skill, which takes a lot of practice! The sentiment is computer generated. The butterfly embellishment is shrink plastic.
The orange card was originally white - I inked it with orange pigment ink and embossed with mystique
embossing powder. I'm getting in to making my own background papers in order to make the colours co-ordinate.


  1. I just ADORE the beautiful colors you used on this amazing card! And the sentiment is amazing! I hope you have time to play with us this week at Inkspirational and this month at Technique Tuesday! I would LOVE to see what you create for these two challenges! :)

  2. Absolutely fantastic! What a wonderful take on the inspiration, and the colours you chose... perfect!

  3. A truly stunning card Jenny - I love the colours and that gorgeous butterfly. Fantastic CASE!

  4. Wow this card is absolutely delightful! LOVE the subtle stamping; it looks perfectly random! I also like the shrink plastic butterfly, it coordinates so well with your stamp!

  5. Ooooh! I love butterflies! This is absolutely beautiful! :)

  6. Such a beautiful card! Really delicate! Thanks for joining us at CASE Study!

  7. Gorgeous subtle colors!! I really like this!
    Thanks for your blog visit too!

  8. Gorgeous! Love those softly stamped butterflies...a subtle and beautiful effect! Thanks for playing along with us at CASE Study!