Here is Laura's magnificent card from Case Study #84:
In studying the design I noticed:
- Laura chooses bold colors and so I did the same
- Laura chose die cuts...me too
- Laura jumps off a cliff...I'd consider it. JUST KIDDING LAURA!!
And my interpretation:
why does it look crooked??? Note to self: "eyeballing" it at 11:30 at night is not a good idea!
I have had the best time casing this month's muse. Thank you Laura for inspiring me...
On another happy note. Suzanne Russel from Beauty and Blessings has bestowed me with the LEIBSTER AWARD. I am speechless. Thank you for thinking of my little happy place Suzanne!!
Leibster, is a German word meaning "beloved, dearest or favorite" and this award is shared only among those of us with 200 or fewer followers. Part of the honor is to pass it along to five others who are encouraging me and others through their sweet comments as well as inspiring us with their own beautiful projects. So I gladly pass this honor on to:
JJBOLTON http://rgcards.blogspot.com/. Her cards are just plain unique. She looks at the same supplies you and I do and makes magic with them. She has me thinking and drooling...and not necessarily in that order. ;)
CHUNYUAN http://dahliamemories.blogspot.com/. She makes very beautiful and timeless cards with simple yet POWERFUL designs. I would chose her cards to win every time. I am not sure why she doesn't have a million followers!!
SANKETIJ http://sanketij.blogspot.com/. Her photos are soft and her cards take me to pretty places. There is a gentleness to her work that is hard to describe without seeing it. You'll nod in agreement when you do.
DEB http://mycraftroomcreations.blogspot.com/ She scrapbooks, she sews, she is dynamic and so are her cards. They are CASE-able, clean, with a pinch of pattern.
XIUMAIYUKI http://xiumaiyuki.blogspot.com/ She makes happy cards. Her color palate is usually what I call "spring rainbows". She uses a lot of white space making her cards approachable and visually pleasing. There isn't a lot of complication to confuse you. You look at them and you like it.
Ok, well I don't normally write so much, so I will go now,