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Thursday, March 31, 2011

CASE study #33, another sad farewell!

 Where did that week go?? Today brings us another CASE study!
We have another gorgeous number from the supremely talented Julee Tilman from Poetic Aristry,
This is Julee's last week with us {{sad face}}, what an inspiring month at CASE study!!
A BIG thank you to Julee for providing us with a month of splendor!

You can see all the details of Julee's beautiful card here

I was inspired by the greens, the flower, the papers
What inspires you?

The Recipe:
Cardstock:  Spring Moss,  Ripe Avocado, Fine Linen
Paper: Pacific Vineyard
Ink:  Old Olive, Versafine- Onyx Black
 Stamps: Signature Series- Butterfly, Hero Arts- Envelope Pattern
Accessories: Nesties Labels 18, Foliage and Floral Doily Accents, Ripe Avocado Saddle stitch ribbon, AnnaBelle Pearls- small mix cream, ,Kaiser Paper flower

Our Fabulous Sponsor for this week is Sweet 'n Sassy -3 Digi's of the winners choice!!
How awesome is that.....
If you want to play along you can check out all the details on the CASE study site, but in a nutshell......
it is YOUR way!

The design team also has magnificent creations,
Lil' Old Me
Julee (March Muse)


Cristina said...

This is gorgeous! I love seeing how you worked all the elements in - the colors, that awesome flower, the library card. Beeyoooootiful!

Iwona Palamountain (Chupa) said...

I really REALLY need these leaf dies now!! Seriously, are they fabulous or what??!!
I also LOVE the way you placed the label, and the general layout - such a clever work again!

Diane Jaquay said...

Beautiful combination of elements on this card! Every detail comes together perfectly!

Marisa said...

Total gorgeousness, Sue!!!

Ida said...

So pretty. Love all the textural elements and dimension this lovely card has.

Julee (Vervegirl) said...

Oh, this is just fabulous! From the library card to the scrumptiously ruffled ribbon - I love it all! Thanks so much for letting me hang out with y'all at CASE study this month!

Andrea Ewen said...

Simply fabulous, Sue...your card is just chock full of delicious elements, especially that beautiful green ruffled ribbon! Divine!

Jessica Y. said...

I love your card, and how the ribbon looks. Would you share how you did the ribbon?

Jessica Y. said...

Thanks for leaving comment on my blog on how you do your ribbon. I have seen tutorials where people put a double tape on the ribbon and fold it neatly. I like your style more though. Is there a name for the technique you use? Maybe it's really, but your ribbon looks "purposely" that way, I just love it!