Wednesday, February 20, 2013


Hi sweet friends! Welcome back for another challenge at Inkspirational. I am so excited to see so many of you joining in with our challenges!

This week we have a CASE challenge for you and here is my card.

The clean crisp colors and design of the CASE really caught my eye, so I wanted to stay as close to that as possible. I have had this stamp/die set from Verve for a few weeks, but have not had a chance to use them. Since there was a heart on the CASE, I decided to use this set and stay with the same color scheme.  The base layer is dry embossed. A couple of crystals complete this simple card.



Eclectic Anthology is a wonderful source for antique and vintage digital graphics, and if you play in all four of our challenges this month, you will have a chance to win! We have a super duper fabulous prize to give away to one lucky participant this month! The monthly winner for February will receive a $30 gift certificate for Eclectic Anthology’s digital store.

Thank you so much for stopping by. I look forward to seeing your creation this week at Inkspirational!



Lisbeth K said...

This is so beautiful Ellen! Clean and crisp :) The red details are so nice, and the bling is just <3

Julee (Vervegirl) said...

Such a fun card!

Carolina Girl (Cely) said...

What a wonderful CAS card. Oh challenge me...hummm....Nana Connie caught me up in two of her challenges...monochromatic and a sketch. i was so proud of myself for meeting the challenge . But, I love your will be a real challenge...hummm!

Mynn xx said...

I love this card so much! ;) LOVE the bits of bling and the fabulous CAS layout--this is beautiful, Ellen! :) HUGS to you, dear friend!!!

sandie said...

Great idea to use the colours as the I and U, I would have gone the other way round, so I love your thinking Ellen! It's great to see different interpretations x

Marina said...

Hi Ellen
I love your interpretation of the CASE and what really works well is bringing the green into focus. I love the bold letters and the bling.

Glenda Atkins said...

Gorgeous CAS card, and fabulous case job!

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