Case Study Challenge #122

Hi Everyone,

Happy Monday :).  I am planning to play along with more challenges this year as I enjoy trying out different things, so today I created a card for the current Case Study Challenge.  The muse for the month of December was Windy Robinson and you can see her original card on the CASE Study Blog here.  I decided to make a white ‘on’ white card as I really like making these types of cards from time to time.  I love the elegance and the simplicity of the look.  I was lucky enough to get some new Poppy Stamps metal dies for Christmas so I had to give them a go.  I think these leaves will be making an appearance on lots of future projects, both cards and scrapbook pages.  I used one of my favourite white flowers (which is by Prima), some lace/ribbons and some clear sparklets to match with the flower centre.  I used the We R Memory Keepers Corner Chomper – Deco/Stub to replicate the shape on Windy’s card.

I also added some gyprocking tape to give the card a bit more texture so it didn’t end up looking too plain.  It is one of favourite ways to add texture without it becoming too distracting/or too much of feature of the card.  The tape just seems to fade into the background and is super easy to work with.  You can get it from Bunnings (a hardware store) and it is pretty cheap too.

Thanks for stopping by,



Supplies:  White Card by Artee, Prima Flower, Flower lace, Gyprocking tape, Archival ink – Jet Black, White Satin Ribbon, Poppy Stamp Dies – Lorelai Leaf and Lorelai Leaf Outline, Pink Paislee Sping Jubliee Stamp Set, Kaisercraft Sparklets.

10 thoughts on “Case Study Challenge #122

  1. oh, what a gorgeous white on white creation! LOVE this and can’t stop looking at it! Thanks for playing with us over on CASE Study!

  2. Hi Kristy, congratulations on your case study win! Very well deserved. Such a lovely card and the little ‘sprout a little smile’ actually made me smile! Every aspect of this card is beautiful.

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