Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Show CASE - Little Leaves by Nina

Hello, hello!  I am so excited.  I feel I'm on the verge of some serious stamping time.  My son's baseball games the last two days have been rained out.  These rainy days at home have allowed me to do some house cleaning.  It feels so good to get things back in order.  My crafting room was messy WAY beyond my comfort zone!  Even though it's not totally picked up it's good enough to have a little fun time.  I want to do some challenges this week.  So after my daughter's golf tomorrow, I plan to be playing with my stamps!

Until then, how about a Show CASE?

When free time is in short supply, a card CASE (Copy And Share with Everyone) can be the perfect way to have a little fun!.  Show CASE is my personal attempt to have that time for stamping, without of the pressure to create something totally original.  I want to pay tribute to the many talented stampers out in the blogosphere that are so inspiring to me.  I hope you enjoy seeing my "take" on their creation. 

Today card is from Nina @ Deesigns by Nina Dee.

My changes:
Congrats stamp set
Cardstock (Cherry Cobbler, Early Espresso & Cajun Craze)

I really wanted to use some of the new colors!

One thing about CASEing a card, you have to guess on measurements.  This card is larger than an A2 because I couldn't make it work in that size.

If you'd like to check out Nina's card, it is HERE.


  1. Shelley this is gorgeous! I love the gorgeous earthy tones you've used! Just lovely!


  2. Hi Shelley, Thanks for the shout out! :) The colors on your card are fantastic! Great job!

  3. Absolutely LOVE this! Clean, crisp and fabulous :D

  4. I too have cased Nina's brilliant card! It's one of my all-time favorites! Love your choice of colors, Shelley!

  5. This is lovely Shelly. Clean and simple. :)

  6. Oh how I adore this card, the earth tones are grand and the white just pops!

  7. This is stunning, love your colour combo!!! :)

  8. What a great card you picked to CASE. And you did so wonderfully -- love the way you showed the new colors. The whole card is really eye-catching. Love it, Shelley!