Monday, October 1, 2012

~Case of the Mondays~


I'm amazed that a card was completed today....




inspired me to keep this card in neutral colors, just like her card.






This is the second time I die cut the Memory Box Jasmine frame die and chose the rustic innards instead of the detailed frame (which IS beautiful...I'll use it someday~).






 gave me a guideline on how to position the leftovers from the Ek Success Le Argyle punch....hmmm, I'm seeing a pattern here with leftovers.


Lately, I've been cooking bigger batches so there are leftovers to pull from on busier nights~I SO APPRECIATE LEFTOVERS!!!






This challenge inspired me to keep it brown and white-all natural like.


I've got a "case of the Mondays" as my husband put it this morning....not much to say except "HEY!"  ;)



Supplies:


Stamps: Waltzingmouse Stamps French Country
Punch: Ek Success Le Argyle
Dies: Memory Box Jasmine frame die
Ink:(Rich Cocoa)Memento Ink,Ranger Tim Holtz (Walnut Stain) for edging
Other:Crop-A-Dile Corner Chomper



11 comments:

  1. I love WMS! This is one of my favorite stamps! I love your take on the the sketch!

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  2. Oh great card, love that rooster!

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  3. What a great idea - to use the insides of the die!! Perfect complement to the stamps you chose!!

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  4. lol, leftovers are always welcome here too! LOL What a great take on her card! Love the WMS stamps! Thanks for playing with us over on CASE Study this week :)

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  5. SO clever to use the negative part of your die - it makes it so interesting and really caught my eye!

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  6. Rustic innards, heee! I love how it looks like a piece of cloth! Such cute little "stitched" x's at the bottom. Mr. Rooster looks right at home on this sweet CAS card!

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  7. I'm with you on the leftovers! Though I could stand to actually use more of them on my cards instead of letting them pile up. :) I love the distressed sponging you've done around the image on your card. It has such a comfy, homespun look. Thanks for sharing it with us at CASE Study!

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  8. Marlena, I love your idea to use the inside and I have to tell you it looks great! Sure gives a rustic feel to your card. You are so creative and go outside the box and I love that about you.

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  9. Gosh, Marlena! Love the old-world french country feel. The use of innards is just brilliant! Looking forward to more "case of the Mondays!"

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  10. Love that negative "mat"...
    perfect for this rustic beauty!!
    These stamps look amazing in the neutrals...
    but I guess I also think they always look amazing!*giggle*
    Beautiful, Marlena! :)

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