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Monday, September 24, 2012

Who else wants to CASE?

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Who else wants to CASE?

I fell in love with this card I found on Pinterest and with a little investigation, I found that it was on Splitcoast Stampers. I tried to find a blog for this person but didn’t have any luck, so if you find her, let me know.
Here is her original card:
For my card, I used the Artiste cartridge to make the gifts. You can’t see it very well, but I did run it through my Cuttlebug. The ingredients to the card are below.

12″ X 12″ Cranberry Cardstock

12″ X 12″ White Daisy Cardstock

Cranberry Exclusive Inks® Stamp Pad

Red Glitz™ Glitter Gel

Silver Glitz™ Glitter Gel

Cricut® Artiste Collection

Color-Ready Seam Binding Ribbon

Holiday Commentary (retired stamp)

Saturday, September 22, 2012

How do I CASE Magnolia?

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I have decided to move my blog to a Wordpress site with my own domain--- so Please go to http://angeladdesigns.com/ and subscribe to get the lastest posts. This site is a little prettier and has better galleries etc. The blog is here: http://angeladdesigns.com/blog/ and you can subscribehere: http://angeladdesigns.com/subscribe/



Camilla's Magnolia Blog

How do I CASE Magnolia?


I love, love LOVE Magnolia cards! They are always so full of flowers and intricate designs and my CASE studies are nowhere near as beautiful, but I think I came close. This Magnolia card I chose was from Camilla’s Magnolia blog. I went through her designs and fell in love with many, but I had a type in mind that I wanted to CASE, so I chose her Tilda with Daisys and Mushrooms.
Here is her card:
And then mine:
I made this card for a neighbor friend’s birthday. Barb was one of the first people in our town to come and help us with everything going on with Stryder. She told her church about us and they adopted us -it made for a wonderful Christmas. She has been a wonderful friend and neighbor and now she is moving to Idaho. I wanted to do something special for her.
I would love to see what you do with this card or any other Magnolia!

Sonoma Paper (retired)

Perfect Pair stamp set (retired)

Quick Cards—Butterfly

Cricut® Artiste Collection (flowers, tag, borders)

Cashmere Exclusive Inks® Stamp Pad

Smokey Plum Exclusive Inks® Stamp Pad

Archival Black Exclusive Inks® Stamp Pad

Bling Assortment


JOY to the World! A CASE study-

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I have decided to move my blog to a Wordpress site with my own domain--- so Please go to http://angeladdesigns.com/ and subscribe to get the lastest posts. This site is a little prettier and has better galleries etc. The blog is here: http://angeladdesigns.com/blog/ and you can subscribehere: http://angeladdesigns.com/subscribe/

PageMaps JOY

JOY to the World! A CASE study-

I keep seeing this JOY banner on Pinterest and loved the softness of it. I knew I wanted to make one but wasn’t sure what I would use, until I remembered that I had the My Creations Memory Game. I wanted to create sets for each season to hang on my armoire door and knew this was perfect! I bought a wreath hanger for our front door, but we have a window on top so it wouldn’t work-I ended up hainging it on my armoire and it’s been hanging my dict tape until today.
The pictured image shows a much larger chipboard pieces, but I didn’t have anything that large that would work.
I used holiday paper from the Autumn/Winter 2012 Winter CTMH Catalog and a lot of cuts from the Art Philosophy Cartridge.
I would love to see your Memory Game uses- and if you have not made one, why not try this project and share what you come up with?!?!

Cricut® Art Philosophy Collection

Cashmere Exclusive Inks® Stamp Pad (for the edges)

Baker’s Twine Harvest Assortment

Green Glitz™ Glitter Gel

Red Glitz™ Glitter Gel

Color-Ready Seam Binding Ribbon

Pewter Badge Buttons

Pear & Partridge Paper Packet


Monday, September 3, 2012

Help....

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I made this card here for a contest on Fiskars and would love to get your votes. you can vote 5 times per day until September 26 and it just started today! Please consider helping and spreading the word, I would love to win the Fiskar Fusion-
The link to the card is here: https://www.facebook.com/fiskars/app_416658965052303?view_entry=2881388&app_data=view_entry%3A%3A%3A2881388


Sunday, September 2, 2012

Wishing you a cozy Christmas

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This card was the second card I made per my husbands request. It's really not as bright as I was hoping for but it still turned out pretty. I just got my new stardust glitter and I love it for a snow effect. It is much thicker than stickles so it's a little hard to get used to, but after it dried it really looked like snow-



Color-Ready Seam Binding Ribbon


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