Happy Holidays! I hope you've had/are having a wonderful time, whatever you're up to :)
It may be the busiest time of the year, but nothing delays a CASE Study so let's get straight to it!
Check out this card by our muse, Windy Robinson, and be prepared to get inspired:
To see the original post of this card, click here.
I was inspired by those flowers, the grey cardbase and the layout. I was also requested to make a birthday card for my dad to give to my mum (who celebrates her special day on Boxing Day) so cue a floral birthday card for just for her:
Tip: Stamp in light grey ink on watercolour paper to give the apperance of a painting painted from scratch
It's been soooooooo long since I've played with watercolours, but I had the urge to paint so I went with the creative flow. I also have some cool, metallic watercolours so as a nod to Windy's use of bling, I painted the centre of those flowers gold. They shimmer so prettily IRL. I'm sure a watercolour master could make those flowers look stunning, but my mum is probably my number one fan so I know she'll claim to like it anyway! *wink*
We know it's a super duper busy time of the year so this CASE Study is a two week-er and takes us to the end of 2012. But before you gallop ahead into 2013, be sure to take a peek at what the rest of the amazing CASE Study DT inked up for your festive, viewing pleasure:
Amy Wanford (That's me!)
Oh, and if you do find a spare creative moment, be sure to play along with us too! :)
Wishing you all a fabulous New Year! Here's to 2013! Cheers! *clink*
Catch ya later...in 2013!
Stamps: Happy Everything (Clearly Besotted Stamps)
Cardstock: Soft Stone (Papertrey Ink)
Ink: London Fog, Tuxedo Black (Memento)
Accessories: Satin Ribbon (Papertrey Ink)/ Watercolour Paper (Art Supplies)