Friday, November 30, 2012

Case Study #119


Casing Angeline Yong today. I could case Angeline everyday actually. I think my blog would be better for it.

Here is her card this week for Case Study Challenge...


I used color card stock, polka dotted embossing folder, twine, circle. I was going to make a shaker card but didn't fit with my sorry theme, so there is dimension in the card without any fun :( 

For the circle, I used the negative from THIS card.

I also wanted to thank you all who commented on my post regarding losing a follower. I tried to write you back, but some people I was not able to reach, OMYN: thank you from the bottom of my heart. That was so uplifting and encouraging! 

13 comments:

  1. Your card is so pretty.. Love the embossed background and how you created this amazing frame.. lovely card..

    Angeline is awesome..

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  2. OK, so this could be construed as blogstalking! (Just catching up, that's all!) Love this case of Angeline's card, and I like how you kept the negative from the previous card to re-use.

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  3. I love what you've done...such sweet colors.

    I almost emailed you when I received an email that I lost a follower from my feedburner.

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  4. Great colors for a sympathy card (oh how I hate making those).

    Just checked your post on the losing followers topic and read the comments. I get it, it's kind of like grades in school, right? We need something like a letter or a number to figure out our value because that's the easiest way to determine "our place." I also am super-analytical like you, which makes these kinds of things even more magnified. Ideally we'd always have the "do what you love and the rest will fall in place" mentality but the truth is we want to do what we love and have everyone else love it too. So, having said all that, the only thing I can tell you is my personal opinion that your blog really stands out to me. Your art is great, but you also combine it with random musings that prompt me to think about things I hadn't before, or maybe things that were rattling around in my head earlier that I hadn't pulled down to really analyze yet. So you're really making a difference, girl. Chin up, go forth, conquer.

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  5. Clean and simple perfection - love the embossing and the little window with all the colorful leaves inside!

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  6. I love what you have done with the inspiration from CASE Study, very creative! Looks great. Thanks for playing with CASE Study this week.

    Teneale

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  7. Fabulous card, love it! Thanks for joining us at CASE Study!

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  8. love your inspiration of shapes and colours :) Thanks for playing with us again!

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  9. Such a BEAUTIFUL CARD!! =) Love your take on the challenge!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

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