Back in class! And it’s Day 7, for me…. I am loving all that gorgeous white space, and I could make these cards forever! It was only when I finished this card I realised that it could be for Christmas, score one for me, I’m getting in early! I was inspired by Jen Rzasa who is this month’s Muse at CASE Study, I couldn’t resist. Thanks for visiting.
Other Supplies: Grace Taylor Stamps – Nature Girl.
19 thoughts on “Card Class Day 7!”
Perfect CAS card Therese!! Love the colors and that awesome sentiment!
I cannot get to Jen’s blog when I click the link. The masthead comes up and nothing else. I have tried from Case Study and the same thing happens.
I’ve been having a few ‘blogger’ problems myself recently. I tried the link and it’s working on my blog, but one thing you could try is to look through another browser such as firefox or google chrome.
Hope this is helpful, cause her blog is totally fab!
Beautiful and simple, and your color combo is perfect!
I can tell this is going to be a versatile stamp for you 🙂 Loving those colours together and a great take on Jens card 🙂
Lovely, beautifully done :o)
Another beautiful CAS card Therese…….Love the colours you chose too!
Ooh love the color combination and the placement of the stamps – awesome!
Love this Therese. Oh those two stamp rows are wonderful. Love that big sentiment.
CAS perfection on this beauty! And a lovely take on Jen’s card!
Thanks for joining us on CASE Study this week 🙂
Brilliant colour combo, Therese – the aqua & red look so fresh against the white 🙂
Just beautiful! I could look at those bold, crisp colors all day:)
Diggin’ that berry/leaf image…
totally could use it for christmas! love it.
Looking great Therese! Love the colours you have used! What a lovely stamp.
What a great CAS card! I took that class too! You did a great job with this card! Thanks for sharing it with us at CASE Study Challenge! 🙂
LOVE it, Therese!! What a beauty! Thank you for joining us at CASE Study this week! xo
simplicity at its best, what an amazing set!! 🙂
So elegant! Love that stamp going down the left, and the colours you’ve used!