Wednesday, May 2, 2012

A case of CASE'ing!

The Midweek Throwdown challenge at Operation Write Home is using flowers. As soon as I saw LeeMae's sample card at the Stars & Stamps blog, I remembered this flower paper I have in my stash and knew I'd have to CASE LeeMae's beautiful card! Here's my attempt:
LeeMae, thanks for this great card idea. It's so easy to do and I love pretty DP as the focal point!

10 comments:

Lee Mae said...

Hi Sherry, your card is beautiful. I love the hydrangeas and the opposite side pattern. The border punch mimics the pattern of the top paper perfectly. I also like the extra layer of matting too; I will have to add that thought for some of my future cards! I am so glad you CASED my card because I think this layout can be a real go-to for some of the beautiful two-sided papers that are out there.

Jen said...

That is pretty! Love the edge punch you used, too!

Yolanda said...

That paper and edge punch are gorgeous!

Donna Hanley said...

Sherry, What gorgeous paper and I love the punch and the touch of the dark ribbon. So very pretty.

cindyann said...

Using pretty designer paper as a focal point on a card is a great idea. Nice job ;)

Carol L said...

You've made a gorgeous card with this pretty paper, which reminds me, I have some of this too :) I like the pretty border and ribbon you added to it!

One Scrappy Gal said...

What a beautiful CAS card! I may just have to scraplift that idea. ;)

Margaret said...

Such pretty paper and edge punch.

Paula S. said...

Such a pretty card Sherry! I love hydrangeas and you are so right about pretty paper making a great focal point. I just to need to work on letting myself actually cut those "beauties" I tend to hoard. I agree that this design Lee Mae did is one to CASE and I plan to do just that myself!

Jan Hunnicutt said...

Sherry your card is gorgeous! Isn't it fun to be inspired and "need" to make that card too?!

Thanks for playing in our Midweek Throwdown challenge at Operation Write Home!