Saturday, December 14, 2013

Hello! A card for CASE Study #170

I'm back with my second post of the day.  That hasn't happened in quite a while, huh?

I'm playing along with CASE Study #170 this week.  I couldn't resist this yummy inspiration photo provided by Cath at the Moxie Fab World Blog..
I can almost taste that cupcake, can't you?

Anyway, I immediately noticed the texture of the cupcake liner.  That crimped or pleated look.  So I pulled out my paper crimper and some early espresso card stock...and got busy.  Here's what I created.


I loved the color of the frosting on that cupcake, so I chose soft sky card stock for my "frosting" die-cut panel.  Love that color!  The snowflakes were die-cut then heat embossed with clear EP.  To give them a little extra pop, I added a few dots of crystal Stickles.
I'm loving these colors together.

Thanks so much for taking a look!






Supply list ~
Card stock: early espresso, soft sky (SU), white (PTI)
Ink: early espresso (SU), versamark
Stamps: snowflake medley, communique curves (PTI)
Dies: snowflake medley (PTI), stitched mats rectangles, stitched sentiments flag (Lil' Inkers Designs)
Other: white embossing powder (SU), crystal stickles (Ranger), paper crimper

5 comments:

  1. Susie, I love your crimped paper! I thought of using that on my card for this challenge too but went in a different direction. :) Stunning!!!

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  2. Fabulous card Susie! Love the crimped background.

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  3. Wow! Love those snowflakes! Perfect take on the inspiration photo! Such a pretty wintery card!

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  4. I love this card, Susie! It's perfect for the inspiration photo! I love the texture you've created through the crimping and embossing. Beautiful!

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