Hi there, friends! I have a quick post to share the latest CASE Study challenge featuring our February Muse, Karola Witczak. Check out this beauty:
|By Karola Witczak|
I've been super busy this week, so I wanted to keep my design clean and simple (surprised?). I focused on the dimensional flowers, the flag below the sentiment, and the alphabet letters on the pattered paper.
I started with a white cardstock panel and debossed the top and bottom with PTI's Book Print impression plate, leaving a clean strip across the middle that frames a die cut Delightful Dahlia. I used PTI's Bitty Dots patterned paper to save myself time coloring, but I curled up the edges of the leaves and smaller flower to add dimension.
I stamped a sentiment from Faux Ribbon onto a double ended banner and tucked it behind the flower, then scored a line above and below it for emphasis.
All supplies from Papertrey Ink unless noted
Patterned paper: 2008 Bitty Dots
Stamps: Delightful Dahlia
Ink: Chocolate Chip (Stampin' Up!)
Tools: Delightful Dahlia dies, Double Ended Banner die, Book Print impression plate, corner rounder (We R Memory Keepers), scoring board (Martha Stewart Crafts)
My parents are arriving later today to spend a few days with us, so it will continue to be a little quiet around here for the next week. In the meantime, I hope you'll visit the rest of the CASE Study gals to be inspired and consider joining us for this week's challenge!
Thanks for stopping by!