Lacey Flowery Thing

This is sooo out of my comfort zone that it’s funny!  Thanks for the great challenge CASE Study.  And a special thanks to the new Muse Nina Brackett.  How comes everyone else makes vintage look so easy…   everytime I tried to add something to the card I would  take something else away!   I did happen to  have this paper in my stash, purely beacuse it is pretty, so I thought it about time that I cut into it.

May your day be Special

Supplies;  Paper: A4 White Cardstock, Bazzill – Java, Hero Arts – Latte Layering Paper, Kaisercraft – Dancing Jewel – Topaz.  Ink: StazOn – Timber Brown, ColorBox – Alabaster & Chestnut Roan.   Stamps:  Stamp It – Sentiments.  Accessories:  Stamp-a-ma-jig, Pearl Brad, Brown flower, Obscure bits of ribbon & lace (from when I thought I would try vintage), DST, Foam Dimensionals.

9 thoughts on “Lacey Flowery Thing

  1. Hey you have done a fabulous job at casing the muses’ card Therese. Your vintage looks great…like you have been doing it for years!! Love the sentiment stamp.

  2. Great card, plus my favourite colour. Could even be a bit more antique – go for it !!! I’m sure you will do a very good job of it

  3. Great job for being out of your comfort zone – that’s what I love about this challenge! I’m so glad you did join the CASE study challenge this week – I’m so excited to be their sponsor!

  4. Oh I understand you very well about having a hard time with vintage, but I certainly don’t think you’ve got the slightest problem with it! I really like your warm card, you chose beautiful colours 🙂
    I’m so glad that you took the time to participate in our challenge this week! xxx

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