Friday, September 4, 2020

It Came Upon a Midnight CASE

We're still asking you to CASE (Copy And Selectively Edit) any of the cards that Lauren or Stephanie have made for one of the Jingle Belles prompts (yep, you've got 9 ½ years of cards to choose from).

Be sure to tell us and link to what card inspired you.

Here is how we were inspired by each other.

Inspired by this card of Stephanie's:

Lauren says, "I chose this design of Stephanie's from the Stars and/or Stripes challenge back in July. I was pretty faithful to the original, though instead of using a a fun variety of starry and striped patterns to unify my inchies, I chose to combine papers from Prima's "Christmas in the Country" collection, which has plenty of nice small motifs. Since my squares are just a smidge over an inch AND I matted them as well, I elected to move my sentiment up on top of my grid to keep my card size just under A7. I did scatter some Eyelet Outlet Star Brads and Sequins on top, though, because that's one of my favorite elements in the inspo card."

inspired by this card of Lauren's:

Stephanie says, "I just loved the circle punch wreath that Lauren made for our Merry & Bright inspiration challenge in May 2013.  I used some foreign texty designer paper and all of the circle punches in my stash.  I intended to use several colors, but I found so many cool scraps of paper in my green scrap folder, I went monochromatic.  I also added lots of green bling.  Instead of ribbon & a heart, I used glitter punched snowflakes and a piece of green flair for my sentiment."

1 comment:

Barbara Godden said...

Oh my gosh both of these are fabulous. I love an inchie challenge and both circle wreaths are phenomenal. I'll be saving circles from now on in my parts bucket, might have to get a bigger one.