Happy Friday-Eve - or as the case may be, Good Friday-Eve! Every Friday-Eve is good though, right? *wink*
Well good or not, it's time for another fabulous CASE Study to knuckle down to - I hope you can join in the fun with us as we CASE our muse, Jaclyn Miller.
Today's card is inspired by this project of Jaclyn's:
Check out the original post of this project here.
OK. So I took a pretty liberal approach to this week's CASE Study but I promise that if you look hard enough, you'll find the following features from Jaclyn's project on my card:
- The use of wax paper (I used vellum for the same effect)
- Minty green goodness (It looks more blue on my pictures but I promise I used minty markers!)
- Sparkly gold (Seriously? How could I not resist that one LOL!)
- The love hearts :)
- I used gold Cricut Iron-On Glitter material for my gold elements. It worked really well with simple paper punches! Just be sure to peel off the top, clear layer before punching/die-cutting it as you may struggle to get a clean cut if you don't.
- My vellum circle looked a little lost behind the sentiment so I stuck it in an ancient embossing folder to give it a little more interest. I purposely chose a distressed woodgrain style to coordinate with the nature/flower theme.
- The gold touches on the patterned paper along with my punched hearts help to create a visual triangle to allow your eye to follow the design.
I hope this little close up shot gives you a little more idea of what the card looks like IRL:
Be sure to check out the full deets of the challenge over at CASE HQ and also see what the rest of the super-duper CASE Study DT whipped up for your viewing pleasure. After that, why not play along with us?
One more piece of official, exciting CASE Study news...
Wanna join us every week? CASE Study is looking to expand its family. We're on the hunt for creative peeps to join our design team! Be sure to check out how to apply here!
Right, I'm off to make the most of this glorious sunshine. I know it won't last long - especially with Easter bank holidays approaching! I'll be back tomorrow to share some Easter treats - if you follow me on Instagram then you've already had a sneak peek of 'em. :)