Thursday, March 13, 2014

Case Study #182

Hello Everyone..
I am playing again with CASE STUDY as the Muse this month of March.
Here is the my original card HERE.


For my take for the second time, instead of distressing my panel. This time I inked my heat mat sprayed it with water and smooshed my doily embossed panel on the mat to get the ink, then used my heat gun to dry my panel and do the process again 3 or 4 times really depends on your liking *-* wink!!!

As for my focal point before stamping the image on the cardstock, I first ink the image then spritz it with water them stamped it on the cardstock. Next I then stamped it again with the darker ink color just regular without water spritzing to get the watercolor and bold look of the image. The flower image is from Avery Elle Thanks A Bunch stamp set.


Here's the look of the full card.


I hope you guys like this take.

Don't forget Join in the FUN creating and check out the Amazing take of the CASE Study Design Team HERE.

Thank you so much for visiting!
Have a Gorgeous day creating :)

16 comments:

  1. wow, both are gorgeous...love that technique with the doily!

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  2. wow! That background is stunning and the flowers are perfect on here!!!

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  3. Wowwwwwwwwwwww! These are gorgeous! I love love love the colors!! So vibrant!!!!!!!

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  4. Oh MY, Joni, I just love this card! The embossed doilies are a perfect match to the sweet floral bouquet! Is that an embossing folder, or did you use dies to make your background?

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  5. GORGEOUS once again Joni!! I must sound like a broken record LOL!!

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  6. I don't know how Case Study was even able to narrow down the muse cards, with so much amazingness to choose from! Love the original (loved it from the moment I saw it!) and love the re-make! So, SO gorgeous!!! I will be playing for sure!

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  7. Love, you make messy look beautiful and easy!

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  8. Both cards are beautiful, Joni! You always amaze me!

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  9. Stunning original, Joni ... and an equally amazing CASE ... such fabulous vibrant colours! Anita :)

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  10. Your original card was beautiful, Joni! This take is even better! Love those doilies and the bright bouquet of flowers!

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  11. Your original card is absolutely gorgeous - and the case of it - equally as so! I'll echo the others: you are a creative genius! Beautiful, elegant cards; delightful posts...and your comments ever so sweet and encouraging! Yes, indeed, you are such a gift to all of us! Hugs~c

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  12. Sorry, I was away from town.. Will surely participate in the next challenge.. btw love love the first one.. :)

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