Thursday, May 15, 2014

Case Study Muse Take 3

Week 3 of my museness at the Case Study Challenge and here we go...

Case Study Week 3


So how did I end up with this card? Well, lets start with the muse card and dissect.


In the original card I had white die cuts along the right side. I traded that for a large embossed ampersand. 

Lots of color on the left side, reds, yellows, greens. That I kept the same but instead of a garden, I used abstract shapes.

I made the card for my cousin Mejgon who graduated college this past weekend and has hopes for medical school to be an ER doc. So proud of her!

I loved seeing all the cards these past weeks. I sure hope to see yours there :)))





18 comments:

  1. That Ampersand is really something! So awesome that is is layered! Love this card with all the cool abstract elements, the sentiment is perfect :) sticker?

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  2. This card is amazing!! I am in love with the mix of die-cuts and the huge ampersand. I didn't think it was possible to ever make something as cool as the first card, but you have--it's awesome!

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  3. So cool! Funky, modern, hip, clean, I love it!!!!

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  4. The case card is so beautiful and I really love that your CASE is graphic and a bit different! The dimension on the ampersand is wonderful and very clever!
    Anni

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  5. MY CARD!! Or rather, the AWESOME card you sent to me is your inspiration - and wow, wow and wow...how I LOVE x LOVE X CHERISH it! As I mentioned when it arrived, and still true now: it's displayed in a feature spot in my home, where I gaze at and admire it DAILY!! How lucky I am to have this work of art to call my own!! Your card for your cousin is another masterpiece of brilliant composition and images/detail selected perfectly to reflect how proud you are of her in striving for her goals! lMega-watt smile on her face when she receives this 'just for her' creation and the Dr. Awesome will have her glowing days! She'll love it, as do I! WOW!! Hugs~c

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  6. Oh, wow, this is fabulous! I love both cards -- I will have to play along again this week!

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  7. Your case of yourself is wonderful - a little peek into how you think! I thought the original was brilliant, and now this! You amaze me! You still maintained the balance and I love the collage look! You always inspire me and I'm having so much fun at CASE this month learning from you!

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  8. Love love love your card at CASE Study this week! And your case of your card is wonderful, love all the little bits and pieces with that giant white ampersand!!

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  9. What a gorgeous and trendy card for your cousin!

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  10. Love how you dissected the card. And I do hope I can play along this month!

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  11. Love your Muse card and your own take on it. And, it was very interesting to see your dissection. Good luck to your cousin! You can help her dissect.

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  12. Love your very own CASE of your very own Muse! The original is wonderful, and this one is as well! Love that giant "&"! Best of luck to your cousin and medical school. We've got two sons who've made it through med school...long hard road, but well worth it. How's Ohio, btw? Hope all is going well with you there. You know, Lynn from the Mango Boys and Me lives in Ohio.... Wouldn't it be great if you lived close to each other?! Have a great week. Bev

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  13. This is SO fun with that big embossed ampersand and all the fun layers!

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  14. This is stunning! I love your original card so much, but then your new card is just so different and fantastic, too! The way you layered the embossed ampersand is just perfection!

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  15. I LOVE how you sent the original to Just me: C!!! She is amazingly sweet and so supportive of everyone!!!

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  16. Awesome card Wida! Love all the elements they re so cool.

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  17. Totally awesome case on your card :) !!! I love the big embossed *&* :) ~S~

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