Thursday, 13 October 2016

TIME OUT#68 - CASE-ing Ardyth

We have another fabulous TIME OUT challenge - this week we are CASE-ing a really pretty card from Ardtyh. Her blog is Maskerade and she is always sharing amazing cards there. Here is the card she gave us to CASE:

We also have a great guest designer with us this week - Marina from My Perfect Life is sharing her inspiration so please stop by her blog.

Finally, if you didn't see the news last week, we have two new DT members - Stephanie and Jenny will be joining us! I am so happy that they have decided to join us!

My card for this CASE - and I have to apologize for the poor photo quality - we are moving into that time of year when I really struggle with the light.

There are so many great elements to CASE in Ardyth's card that I incorporated almost all of them into this card - it is shamelessly more of a copy than a CASE!!! I used Clearly Besotted's Brushed Poppies for the image. I love this stamp set - I think it was the first layering set I ever bought but I am still amazed at the results. I loved the glitter on Ardyth's card - so I added some to mine as well - applied to a strip of Be Creative across the bottom and also to some drops of Glossy Accents. The greeting is from W+9.

So please join us at TIME OUT for this wonderful CASE Challenge!
Thanks for stopping by!


  1. Jill - this is absolutely stunning! Love these layered poppies and the rich colours! Really enjoying the thought that I had a part in inspiring this!

  2. Jill!!!! So exciting to be on a DT with you again! I LOVE your take on Ardyth's inspiration. Just gorgeous! Love those layered stamps, love the gold strip and the dots!

  3. This is gorgeous Jill! Great case of Ardyth's beauty!

  4. Beautiful, beautiful! I think I haven't seen these flower stamps before and they are so so pretty. Love your layout too.

  5. Woo Timeout! Thank you so much Jill. Your card is beautiful. It is almost like a still life. Gorgeous. Jenny xx

  6. This is so beautiful. A wonderful CASE of Ardyth's card, and I really love that giant bloom.