Another Friday-Eve rolls around, another fabulous new CASE Study to focus on from our muse for January, Amber Kemp-Gerstel. I dunno about you, but I'm lovin' the inspiration her creations are providing and this week's creation is no different:
Check out the original post of this creation here.
I was taken with Amber's use of neutrals with a pop of colour, along with the texture of that corrugated kraft. In fact, I went a bit texture crazy once I started: a texture style stamp from the set Building Blocks; a bit of burlap; a felt heart and a button, (along with the obligatory cardstock of course!) :)
- Keep those scraps to create your own embellishments. A scrap of burlap, felt and a button combined made for a custom embellishment that shows the love - literally!
- Using neutrals with a pop of colour is always a winner! That pop of red should hopefully draw your eye straight to the focal point of the card without any effort on your part.
- Texture can add so much dimension to designs. Even the most clean and simple of designs can ooze texture when it's clustered together as a focal point.
Now it's your turn. Get settled and ready to study with us! For some mojo-boosting inspiration, check out my fellow CASE Study peeps:Amy Wanford (That's me!)
Christina MacLaren Clare Buswell Debby Hughes
Iwona Palamountain (Chupa)
Tasnim Ahmed (Guest DT)
Amber Kemp-Gerstel (January's Muse)
I challenge you to root through your own scaps (c'mon I know we crafters