Saturday, December 4, 2010

CASE Study #17

Lots of decoraion going on in this lovely inspiration card by Nina Brackett.  Oddly I don't have any ornament stamps (how can this be!), so I went for a punched wreath inspired by Late Blossom.  Mine is a little simpler than Nina's card as I couldn't put the papers together anywhere near as well as that, but very happy with the results (came together quite quickly too).

What you need

Cardstock - Canson Deep Red;  Bazzill Basics Green
Patterned Paper - Cosmo Cricket Jolly by Golly
Stamps - PTI Signature Christmas
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black
Ribbon - Red Organza;  PTI Silk
Brads and Gemstones - Kaisercraft
Lace - ? Webster's Pages

This weekend seems to be devoted to ballet and jazz Christmas concerts, the first one this morning,  so I now have to go and and try to get very curly hair looking sleek and tidy (not easy) as well as puting on makeup, the worst part.


  1. Compliments for your blog and pictures included, I invite you to see the photo blog,


    Each week released a new album

    Greetings from Italy


  2. Love your modern take on this Muse. Your wreath looks fab not ot mention that wonderful brad!

  3. simple and oh so elegant Cassandra, love how you have teamed the wreath with the musical paper!! thanks for sharing at CASE study this week! :)

  4. Gorgeous Cassandra - very christmassy and elegant. xx

  5. So pretty, and I just love the wreath. Thanks for joining us at CASE Study this week.

  6. Great wreath, and the colors and music notes are the perfect background for it. I'm so glad you could join the CASE study challenge this week - I'm so excited to be their sponsor!

  7. A truly beautiful card, Cassandra! I've got these papers too, and I adore them :) I'm so glad that you took the time to participate in our challenge this week! xxx

  8. What a wonderful card Cassandra! I love your patterned paper! And that wreath is just fabulous! Thanks for playing with us at CASE Study! :)


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