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College Memories


I am pretty sure you are wondering why this post is entitled College Memories but the card is of a wolf howling at the moon. I went to the University of New Mexico and our mascot is a Lobo (a type of wolf). I always think of my college days when I see a wolf - strange but true.

This week's mission at the Haunted Design House is to Case one of the very talented design team members (HDH131). When I saw that was the theme of the week, I was hoping they were going to go easy on us - they had other ideas! All the work was really detailed and very artistic - art gallery kind of stuff - not just level 10 - but level 11+. Since the rules actually suggested you could copy everything, I thought I might purchase Teri's Black Pearl digi (from her Digi Store Delicious Doodles Shop) and attempt to case her card; however, once I got into her digi store, I saw this wolf image and I had to have it. I popped up a couple of the snowy branches and the wolf since Teri did that on her card, and I added a computer generated sentiment that seemed to go with the image. I think I could do more cards with this image about nature and with some poetry - can't wait to make more. Sue Worthington (IrishGreenSue on SCS) sent me the silver swirls and snowflakes in a RAK that arrived just yesterday (I thought the swirls kind of had the same effect as mermaid tail on Teri's card), so I placed them on the card. Lastly, I addded a black feather since Teri's card also had one.

Fun card. I am giving it to a friend at work who seriously wants to scream right now (she is having some pretty major life struggles). I know this will make her laugh.

Hugs to all!

Comments

  1. I love this card,I love wolf's I like the colours the swirls and the feather.
    Kevin xx

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  2. I think this card is amazing!
    I changed it up a tab bit, and now you can just be inspired by a Minion, but your project must reflect theirs in some way. Just make it obvious who you are CASEing.
    Hope this helps, and I can't wait to see what else you come up with.

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  3. This is one gorgeous card and Teri has some amazing digis, you have seriously done some brilliant work with this one. Thanks for sharing with us at Haunted Design HOuse xx

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  4. The wolf image is fabulous. What a perfect card for your co-worker and bless you for bringing a smile to her face as well as encouragement.

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  5. Cute card with a fun sentiment. I think I could use that card right now...smile...We're in the midst of remodeling...need I say more...LOL

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  6. a fabulous card and I'm sure your friend will adore it. Teri's images are amazing to work with, aren't they.

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  7. This is a very creative and wonderful way to CASE. Your card is brilliant. thanks for joining us for MM at HDH. xxD

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  8. You're so creative, Nancy. Love your card to give a co-worker some cheer in her life. Yes, I could scream loudly...men are here working at my house. Hate that! Actually, I'm having a new heating/cooling unit installed...big bucks. Now, wouldn't it be more fun to spend that money on craft supplies? See why I could scream loudly?????? LOL

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  9. Beautiful card! I'm sure Teri will love your interpretation of her card :)

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