Monday, June 18, 2012

A Rosemary Reflection of Sorts


I love to case my friends! Last night, I was looking at this wonderful card by Marisa on her blog, Rosemary Reflections (you need to check out her blog as it is full of the cleanest, crispest, most colorful things).

I love Marisa's CAS style, and the way she loves to play with colors. I didn't quite capture her crispness - I should have used white instead of speckled white and I should have embossed my sentiment. Next time Marisa!!!! At least I finally got up the guts to try since CAS is not easy for me! I loved the sketch and color challenges Marisa used: ColorQ and Freshly Made Sketches so I may try to play in them when I am not specifically casing someone. My sentiment is from Verve (Marisa loves Verve), my cs is all SU!, and the dp is from my stash (I think it might be My Minds Eye). The flower is from Doodlebug Designs (I layered it, scrunched it, and glittered it up) - I won it a year or so back on the Midnight Madness Challenge.

Hugz to all (and special hugz to Marisa)

7 comments:

  1. Simply Lovely. I like the speckled paper and your flower looks very nice with the colors against the green leaves. All around great card. I will probably be casing you very soon. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Gorgeous card Nancy, I like the design, the colours and the flower.
    Kevin xx

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  3. You did a fabulous job, Nancy!! LOVE your flower!! It jumps off the page. I don't emboss my sentiments so no worries there or with the flecked paper. You rocked both the challenges too :) Thanks for the CASE and kind words. Huge ((hugs)) to you!!

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  4. This looks JUST like one of Marisa's cards, Nancy!! You definitely nailed it. Those colors are so fresh and pretty!

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  5. This a stunning flower, such a pretty colours
    Hugs
    Suzie xx

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  6. Yes, I can see Marisa's influence in this creation! Love that flower and the colors you chose. You did come across with the CAS design. Love the border and how it frames the flower to create a stunning effect. This is just gorgeous!

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  7. So pretty...well done with the lovely flower!

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