Saturday, December 7, 2013

Happy 13th Birthday Charlotte and the Case Study Challenge

This post is a little late today because I had to actually make Char's card. Oops!! I have been so busy with Christmas that her birthday snuck up on me this year. Having Thanksgiving early seems to have set me back a bit on my scheduling of things. Poor kid to have such a rotten mother!

I created this card using the CASE Study Challenge #169 from the Case Study Blog. It was to use the picture below as an inspiration to create a crafting project using the image below.


Isn't it pretty? I so wish I had tome to make something other then a card but I am in a bit of a rush today!! Here is what I created:


I mainly chose to use the blues and greens with just a touch of black. I used My Favorite Thing feathers die cut to create the feathers. I cut them out of a scrap piece of embossed paper. I then inked them up with Tim Holtz Distress ink in Shabby Shutter and Peacock feather and then inked slightly around the edges in black. The ink splats were stamped with the same two colors. 

I LOVE how this card came out and only hope that Charlotte likes it too!!

Happy 13th Birthday baby girl!! You are the BEST thing that ever happened to me and made my life complete!!


Thank you for stopping by!! Have a great Saturday night!!

Nora
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3 comments:

My Paper Epiphany said...

Gorgeous! I'm sure your daughter will love it! By the way my son just had his birthday and because he isn't having a party, I nearly forgot on the morning!

Sindhu said...

Hey Nora! I love your card. Those stamped ink splats look fab! :)

Tasnim said...

Such a beautiful and fun card! Love the feathers. Thanks so much for joining us at CASE Study Challenge!