Case Study 200: orange you glad

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…and I’m back with Week 3 Guesting over at CASE Study!

In case you missed it, I’m guesting along with Awesome Tenia Nelson!  This month’s muse is the FABulous  Shari Carroll!

How awesome that this is the 200th challenge!  So thrilled to be a guestie this month!!!

Here’s this week’s inspiration:
Here’s how I was inspired:
cardstock:  pti  stamps:  reverse confetti fresh ‘n fruity  ink:  hero arts hues, fresh ink pumpkin/celery, heidi swapp/color shine/coral, fireworks bamboo leaves  other:  impress felt, reverse confetti/confetti cuts/fresh & fruity, gold thread, dcwv cork
I used my new goodies from Reverse Confetti!

I kept to the overall design except went a smidge simpler without the stamped arrow/tab.

I had fun adding texture to the oranges:

cardstock leaves
felt leaves
cork stems
I’m a huge fan of gold thread…do you spy it?

Make sure you pop over to the CASE Study blog for TONS of inspiration!

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28 thoughts on “Case Study 200: orange you glad”

  1. Love those oranges and how you case the left corner with the dots. Such a sweet CAS take on the card!

  2. Amy I just love all the little extras on your card… the felt and cork additions just add so much texture – love it!
    =] Michele

  3. Fantastic card Amy, isn't that sentiment the best? I just got that set yesterday so I may have to CASE you! 🙂

  4. Had to look for the gold thread, but now that you say so… fabulous, and what a fun sentiment.

  5. Well, if you asked ME, 'orange you glad you stopped by to gaze at and admire this brilliant cards?', you'd hear a resounding YES! Tooooo clever, Amy, just toooo clever! If oranges really did look this darling, I'd have to keep them as decoration! Sweetness to the nth degree!

  6. There you go rocking those sweet, little fruits again. Love the polka dots and your vellum sentiment!

  7. ACK total cuteness! And you know I love the texture with the felt & cork…those polka dots! and the vellum. Happy sigh. So awesome.

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