Friday, May 22, 2015

CASE-ing Christmas: Sentimentally Focused


Hi, friends!  I'm back today with another post to share our new challenge at CASE-ing Christmas!  We're using a past card of DT member Pat for our inspiration this time around...come and take a peek at it...


I totally LOVED the way that Pat's focus on the card was the sentiment.  I decided to go that same route, as well as CASE-ing the colors and layout.  Take a gander at my card...


This card was super fun to create!  I just used a Stampendous! set with a bunch of different sentiments and created my focal panel.  The fun polka dot bow is from The Stamps of Life.  Some glitter gel pen from Sakura was used to add a bit of shine. I think it turned out perfectly!  What do you think?  I'd love for you to let me know in the comments below!


Thanks so much for stopping by today, friends!  I appreciate your visits and sweet comments, and I'm sorry when I'm unable to return the favor.  I hope you come and join us at CASE-ing Christmas, and that you take some time to leave some love with the other fabulous gals on this DT, too!  Until next time, HUGS and MERRY stamping! :)

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8 comments:

KarinsArtScrap said...

beautiful christmas cards Mynn
Gr Karin

fabiola jaques said...

L'original est superbe et la tienne tout autant, bravo, biz

Lisa said...

Terrific mix of sentiments manna and I love the sweet little bow!

Emily Dee said...

Love this, great clean card and it's all dressed up wearing a little bowtie! Super cute!

Tracey said...

Love the simplicity...the spotted bow is adorable!

Petra Swart said...

Love your selection of sentiments, Mynn - love the colours and how you have arranged it!!!! The polka dot bow is so pretty!!! I really like your CASE of Pat's card - to me it has a lovely CAS feel to it and I think it's very elegant!!! Lovely, Mynn!!!
Have a great weekend, friend!!!!
Hugz

Robyn Oliver said...

I love the card Mynn...it's bright and cheerful and says everything about Christmas

Donna Nuce said...

Great CASE using bold sentiments versus Pat's subtle ones! Love this card Mynn. Have a great day!