You’re in my thoughts – CSC42

Today I thought I’d have a bit of fun with ink…  and I definitely got it everywhere!  I am now walking around with green fingertips… but it could be worse, I could have glitter all over my face…  actually, I probably do!  I thought I would join this week’s CASE Study Challenge as Jill’s card looked irresistable!  I was inspired by the basic layout as well as creating my own embossed background.  The muted colours that I used made me think this would make a nice sympathy card (I don’t plan on needing one just at the moment, but it is always handy to have one ‘ready to go’).

Jill's Inspiration
You're in my Thoughts - Detail
You're in my Thoughts

Supplies;  Paper:  A4 White Cardstock, Bazzill – Pine Cone.  Ink:  Distress Inks – Shabby Shutters, Peeled Paint, Wild Honey, VersaMark, Memento – Rich Cocoa.   Stamps:  The Paper Studio – Botaniacals & Birds, Hero Arts – Flourish Background.   Accessories:  Fiskars Stamp Press, Heat Tool, White embossing powder, Bigshot, Lifestyle Crafts – Nesting Ovals, Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist – Coffee Shop, Martha Stewart 3 in 1 Butterfly Punch, Dew Drops – Hydrangia, DST, Foam Dimensionals, Mini Glue Dots.

12 thoughts on “You’re in my thoughts – CSC42

  1. Oh, it’s so much easier to have these on hand just in case.
    I really love how you can see the influence of Jill’s card in yours, but yours is, well, YOURS! (Oh, such fancy words…lol) I really love the colours you’ve chosen, and the gorgeous floral stamp 🙂

  2. Tee hee! I’m glad it wasn’t just me walking around with stained fingertips after creating a card for this week’s CASE study!
    Totally worth the stained fingers when you see the finished result: what fabulous inking!
    Thanks for joining us on CASE study!
    Hugs,
    Aimes
    x

  3. This is fabulous Therese, I’m not an’ inky’ sort of crafter but I can still appreciate a wonderful technique when I see it 🙂
    Jenny x

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