Thursday, 22 May 2014

Case Study 192

Hello!

This week is flying by. I have a million things to do, my list is getting longer as each day passes! But, here we are at Thursday again, almost to the end of the week. The good news is that it is time for another Case Study Challenge! We still have Wida Miller as our fabulous muse. Wida is so versatile! And every new thing she tries just seems to work, amazing talent!

This week the muse card uses a collage style that I'm not experienced with, and that I wasn't sure I could pull off. So I looked carefully at the elements, the vertical sentiments, the colours, the arrangement, and made my own CAS, one-layer(ish), version.
I used PTI Building Blocks stamps and dies. This set is amazingly versatile for a bunch of words and rectangles!

Wida's card is this one.
I would love to see what you would make following Wida's inspiration card! I'll keep my eye on the gallery to check you all out. :-)

Thanks for visiting!

Michelle
xxx

11 comments:

Jill said...

Love your colorful stamped rectangles and sentiments!! Great card!!

Lesley Croghan said...

Funky design & layout! Love the inspiration. Hope you get all your to-do's done.

My Paper Epiphany said...

Awesome case! The best!

Cassandra said...

Love your version of Wida's card. The colours are brilliant.

Gayatri said...

I love your CASE, Michelle. The use of washi stamps and couple of angled sentiment strips = Perfect.

Anja (scrappie) said...

Really love your CASE Michelle how clever to use those stamps.

Deepti said...

This is awesome, love the design and great use of BG builders !

Jocelyn Olson said...

I saw your card at CASE Study and had to come and see it. I love the colors and the angles! Great mix of sentiments, Michelle!

Shelly said...

Simply, beautiful! And I've been eyeing that stamp set...you may have just shown me how much I NEED that set! ;)

Diane Jaquay said...

Great job casing Wida's card! I'm having trouble coming up with something for this CASE Study but I'm going to keep trying lol :)

Chrissy Larson said...

Super cool! I love those little stars!