November 29, 2012

CASE Study #119


It's a sad day, friends.  This is our last CASE Study challenge with our November Muse, Angeline Yong Jeet Leen.  Hasn't it been a fabulous month, though?  And we can all continue to be inspired by her creations on her blog, The Creation of Creativity.  Make sure you stop by and thank her for joining us this month!

Here's Angeline's sweet card for her final week as Muse:

By Angeline
Of course I wanted to use baker's twine on my project, and I was also inspired by the circle shape of the lollipop on Angeline's card.

This was quick and easy:  I punched circles in a white cardstock panel, then laid the panel onto a white card base and marked the location of the circles.  Using Scor-Tape, I adhered the twine to the card front, then attached the punched panel with foam dots.

Cardstock:  WPlus9 Design Studio (White)
Stamp:  Paper Smooches (Sentiment Sampler)
Ink:  Memento (Tuxedo Black)
Tools:  circle punches, Papertrey Ink (Linen & Canvas impression plate)
Accessories:  The Twinery (baker's twine)

Thanks so much for your visit!  Have a happy Thursday!

10 comments:

Erin (Homemade Cards by Erin) said...

What a great take on the card....

Maureen Merritt said...

Amazing Christina!

Happy Dance said...

Now this is Sweet! Love the bright colors of the twine, and it's clean and simple design. Great card! : )

Kelly Griglione said...

Love how this almost looks like an ikat design!!

Marybeth said...

Love your take on the photo Christina! Such a fun and creative way to use the twine.

Diane Jaquay said...

SUPER clever card; I love it!!

My Paper Epiphany said...

I love your case - it is so effective, almost hypnotic!

Andrea M said...

*THUD* This is completely and totally WOW!!! LOVE it!!! Such a diffferent use of twine and negative die cuts!!! *swoon*

Lisa Lara said...

Oh Wow I just love it. Love how you used the twine under the circles Christina.

Lisa H. said...

this card is sooo cool! love the twine in those negative space circles. LOVELY!

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