There was so much I was drawn to; the lovely circles going on in the background, panel, kraft base, a horizontal element, focal point and oh a top rounded corner :) And even though I incorporated all those things in my card, our cards look totally different! Isn’t that what’s so awesome about CASE Study – taking inspiration and following your own path :)
I’ve had lots of requests for more videos and I’ve also had lots of requests and questions about the embossing paste backgrounds I’ve been using recently. So here you go – a little video :)
How come when I talk to people in real life and certainly when I blog and ‘talk’ in my head, my voice has lots of inflection. And yet on video I have a real monotone going on! Sorry about that and I will work on being less robotic in the future LOL.
Please pop by the CASE Study blog to see the Team’s creations along with our guest for September, Amber Hight, and of course Kathy’s CASE of her own card :) I can’t believe this is the last CASE for September :( Thanks for being such an awesome muse Kathy!
Supplies: Stamps – Lawn Fawn into the woods, Hero Arts designer woodgrain; Stencil – Simon Says Stamp ring cluster; Inks – Versamark, Memento tuxedo black, Hero Arts cup o’ joe, soft brown; Card – Bazzill marshmallow, Neenah desert storm, Copic x-press it blending card; Embossing Paste – Studio 490 Wendy Vecchi white; Zig wink of stella glitter pen