Sunday, August 19, 2012

Inspired by Clare

This week at CASE Study we are to choose a member of the design team and CASE one of her cards.  I chose this yummy card by Clare Buswell.  I loved the doily and the roses and her buttons sprinkled  here and there.  Here's my card for this week's challenge:

CASE Study - Clare Buswell

supplies: green cardstock, graph paper from K&Co Brenda Walton Flora & Fauna Ledger pad, roses from Pink Paislee's Spring Jubilee pad, Hero Arts CG168 Circle Doily, F3342 Stitched Ribbon (zig-zag faux stitching), Paper Inspirations E7011 Forget me not..., Skipping Stones Design Heartsong (music), vintage photo, tea dye, and antique linen distress inks, VersaFine onyx black ink, Die-Namics rolled roses, Sizzix Sizzlits Branch with Leaves,  May Arts dusty peach silk ribbon, PTI melon berry buttons

I made it my own by adding the music to the background and choosing the lovely peachy-pink color for my flowers and buttons.  Thank you, Clare, this was a fun exercise!

19 comments:

  1. Gorgeous interpretation, Lin - the colours are perfect and I love the musical image over the ledger paper :)

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  2. What an amazing card, Lin - especially love the lacey circle in that gorgeous color! So beautiful with those roses!!

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  3. Spectacular...love the doily and music in the background. Just Lovely!

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  4. GORGEOUS!!! Pink and green - so pretty together. This is lovely!

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  5. This lovely delight is a project, not a card! Wow! But, it will need a box, not an envelope - ha! Great feminine details and all you, Lin!

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  6. Gorgeous, beautiful card Lin.
    luv
    Debby

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  7. A beautiful card and those flowers are stunning!
    Thanks for CASEing along with us at CASE Study this week! :)
    Hugs!
    x

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  8. Lin this is such a beautiful card, I love all the detailed stamping in the background and then those beautiful rolled roses!

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  9. oh how wonderful Lin. This card has so many little elements that add to it....the ribbon really caught my eye..I love that it is "there" but not bowed. Beautiful card.

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  10. Totally beautiful Lin. Really love the die cut doily that you used. Such a wonderful array of femininity.

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  11. Very pretty Lin, love your design and pretty rolled roses!

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  12. How could one ever forget THIS card?? :) It's just perfect, Lin. You chose a brilliant card to CASE and you did it with LOTS of style :) Thanks for joining us at CASE Study this week!

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  13. Stunning! Love those flowers, congrats on your CASE Study shout out.

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  14. Just saw your win at CASE Study! WOO HOO!!! Congrats, darlin' - SO well deserved!! Hugs, Marcy

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  15. Lin, congrats for a win at CASE Study for this card! It's really pretty, no wonder you won. :)

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Thank you so much for your kind comments - they make my day!