Friday, August 10, 2012

~A Square Card~

I rarely never make straight, perfect cards.

I feel they misrepresent me.

If you knew me, you'd get it. ;)

But, this is as close to perfect as I get (not braggin'~just sayin').

 See what I mean? 

Nothing quirky, tilted or weird.

It makes me feel squirmy.
I had to take a picture before I slapped something random on it.

I hope you like it.

You may never see such alignment here again! ;)

This is perfect for Case Study:Think Out of the Box

PERFECTION or near perfection is SO NOT ME.

I gave up on that years ago.

 This was the challenge to showcase this card.

Embrace the square.


Stamp: Flourishes Tiny Flowers and Tags
Paper: Bazzill orange and blue,Georgia Pacific white
Ink:Ranger Tim Holtz spiced marmalade
Other:Martha Stewart Caning Pattern All Over the Page,American Crafts satin ribbon,pop dots


  1. this is so pretty...bronco colors...hehe..

  2. Haha! This post cracks me up :) You did well challenging yourself!! Thank you for joining us for the CASE Study Anniversary celebrations :)

  3. It does look perfect indeed. Great colours..

  4. Perfectly square!! Love the contrast of the colors and intricate design! Glad that you join the fun with us at CAS-ual Fridays!

  5. You are right, it really is perfect. Love your colors/

  6. you are too funny! I'm with you...never could perfect perfection! Although this card with complementary colours comes close :) Thanks for helping us celebrate our 2nd Anniversary over on CASE Study this week :)

  7. So striking, Marlena! It might make you squirm, but it looks perfectly perfect to me! Love the intricate die cut and the orange and blue together. Thanks for joining in the celebration at CASE Study this week!

  8. Very nice! The colors and design are so bold and striking! Thanks for playing along with us this week at CAS-ual Fridays!

  9. I DO like it. A LOT! WOW. It has such...power almost. Very cool Marlena.
    Thanks for playing with us at CAS-ual Fridays this week:)


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