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It’s time for one of my favourites of the week – CASE Study time! November is flying by and this is our third week with Keisha Campbell as our muse. Here’s this week’s yumminess to oh and ah over!

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Last week Aimes showcased her card with a great checklist of what elements she used, I found that so helpful I thought I’d do the same myself this week:

  • die cut postage edge
  • chevron
  • layered embellishments
  • sentiment banner

… and my card looks nothing like Keisha’s!! Hey but that’s how it goes sometimes isn’t it :)

I just adore the cute images from Lawn Fawn and I’ve been itching to colour this deer since I first got the Into The Woods set. After colouring with Copics and cutting out I set the deer on a Wrapped Mailing Label die from Simon Says Stamp decorated with their Ashylnn snowflake. Also from Simon is the A2 card curved edge die disguising itself as a snow bank. I dotted a few trees from the Lawn Fawn set around and then made a little present to sit at the base of one of the trees. The present sits a top a banner silver embossed from the Clearly Besotted Stamps’ Christmas Cheer set.

Please pop by the CASE Study blog to see the Design Team’s creations as well as Keisha’s own CASE and not forgetting our guest for November, Amy Tsuruta :)

Supplies: Stamps – Lawn Fawn into the woods, Clearly Besotted Stamps christmas cheer; Dies – Simon Says Stamp wrapped mailing label, a2 card curved edge, ashlynn snowflake, Clearly Besotted Stamps christmas cheer, Spellbinders large squares; Card – Bazzill marshmallow, Copic x-press it blending card; Paper – Echo Park bundle of joy girl; Inks – Memento tuxedo black, Hero Arts soft brown, cup o’ joe; Ranger white enamel accents; Ranger star dust stickles; Copics


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