I'm very excited that we are CASEing my lovely bloggy friend Cornelia of Stempel Spass. She has the most amazing style and an incredible variety of stamps that totally make me jealous!! This is the card we are asking you to CASE, which basically means you are inspired to make your own version, easy as that!!
Our Sponsor for this challenge is Happy Little Stampers and they are giving a $15 voucher to the winner. Yippee!!
For my card I decided it was about time I made a few more Christmas cards. December is approaching quickly and I have no where near enough to send out, so this will add to my collection:
The Santa was popped up on foam tape and I added white dots around him for snow with my white gel pen. To finish I stamped the sentiment in black and added some blue and clear sequins for a bit of sparkle. I hope Cornelia likes it!
The stamp images are all from Neat and Tangled 'Santa's Wonderland', as well as the sequins.
You have until Wednesday 19th July to link your projects to the TIME OUT challenge and if your wondering how to CASE, pop over to the blog to see how the rest of the Design Team have done just that. Look forward to seeing your versions in the Gallery!!
What a cute CASE of Cornelia's card ! loved it :)ReplyDelete
Oh you clever thing! What a great idea to make an Xmas card from the CASE, adore the soft background xReplyDelete
So sweet! Love how you used the layout to make a Christmas card. Fabulous!ReplyDelete
So cute, Shona ... great detailing on your sweet little scene! Hugs, Anita :)ReplyDelete
Absolutely adorable and you have another Christmas card done. Your design work on this one is so clever. Love the little snow bank the Santa is walking on and your coloring is awesome.ReplyDelete
I thought I commented - or was it on Instagram??? Dunno....This is such a fun Christmas card - perhaps I'll have to CASE this one....definitely thinking about it!ReplyDelete
I just love to see all the different directions taken when CASEing... what an awesome take on Cornelia's card. Love that santa and the way you have positioned him with one foot up. Makes him look extra happy. Love all of the details - the sky, the hill, the sequins....ReplyDelete