Friday, November 5, 2010

CASE Study Challenge #13... Again!

Just a quick card share this afternoon.  I loved the layout of the muse card for CASE Study Challenge #13 so much that I had to make a few Christmas cards using it!  Here are three slightly different versions...




I'm also entering this in TSG79 ~ There She Goes Getting 'Gifty'

So, which one do you prefer?  :-)


Materials:
Stamp sets - Baroque Motifs, Signature Christmas (Papertrey Ink)
Cardstock - Naturals Ivory, Crumb Cake, Ski Slope DSP, I Wish Simply Scrapping DSP
Inks - Crumb Cake, Old Olive, Early Espresso
Accessories - Early Espresso satin ribbon


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14 comments:

  1. beautiful as usual Danielle!

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  2. wow, Danielle, these are gorgeous! I may have to case these :)

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  3. Stunning.
    The 3rd card is my favourite.

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  4. # 2 i think?? or maybe 3!! both awesome
    jaks

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  5. All 3 are pretty but if I had to pick one it would be probably be the 3rd card! Thanks for sharing 3 awesome creations!

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  6. All three are beautiful and a wonderful use of scraps of DP! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  7. HI Danielle,
    they all look good - its a great design!! Number 3 is my favourite for sure though. Hmm I might have to think about some PTI signature sets they look so good when you use them.
    Kim

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  8. Fantastic job on all of them!! Thanks so much for playing along with us over at CASE Study this week.

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  9. These cards are beautiful. I love your mix of colours (especially the dark brown one).

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  10. These are great cards! Thanks for joining us again at There She Goes!

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  11. All wonderfully gorgeous, however I think my favorite is the bottom card. Love that dp. I can see that CASE Study is providing some awesome inspiration for you. That's WONDERFUL!

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  12. Are you sure you're not addicted to this layout-lol!! These are all fabulous, love the simplicity of them, perfect for mass production this christmas!! :)

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