Thursday, April 10, 2014

CASEing Sandie

Inkspirational has a fun challenge this week.
The challenge is to CASE any card from Sandie's blog.

I love Sandie's modern CAS style
and she's a sweetheart to boot.

I had trouble deciding which card to CASE.

I ended up with this one.


Here's my CASE



I used some of the heated copper that was a gift from Loll.

It punched like butter and didn't it make a pretty flower?

The little background piece is from a polished stone technique.

It was really hard to get a good photo with all that shine!

Gotta run.

So glad you stopped by.

Enjoy!
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Card Recipe
Paper:  Glossy (for polished stone), Neenah Solar White
Other:  Heated Copper, Pansy Punch, Petite Petals Punch, Basic Pearl

All supplies are Stampin' Up! unless otherwise noted






25 comments:

Mary Marsh said...

so pretty Bonnie-love your bg piece and the copper flower is a standout

Irish Cherokee said...

Sharp looking card Bonnie. Great looking copper flower. Have to try metal working again sometime. Fun.

Deepti said...

This looks gorgeous !! I love the stunning BG behind that beautiful flower :)

Marina said...

With two gorgeous elements such as your copper flower and your polished stone background, you just don't need anything else. Well done for letting them shine. Great card. Thank you for joining us at Inkspirational Challenges. Come back next time! Marina

Karen D said...

Oh my word Bonnie!!!! This is absolutely stunning........I envy the lucky receiver of this card. WOW!

Greta said...

That flower is really amazing, Bonnie!

Greta said...

That flower is really amazing, Bonnie!

sandie said...

Bonnie, thank you so much for playing along and this is a stunning card. The copper flower worked so well. I love that stuff but hadn't thought of using it to make a flower. Thanks for the inspiration and joining us at Ink x

Sue said...

This is another stunner Bonnie! love your cards:) huggles Sue xx

jimlynn said...

WOW! Bonnie, this is stunning! Love the background you created for that gorgeous copper flower. Lovely.
Lynn

Brenda said...

Beautiful card Bonnie! I am loving that heated copper-it made such a lovely flower. And I just love, love that background technique. Such a unique look and perfect to compliment that beautiful flower. Hugs

Sandy said...

I love your style and your flower is gorgeous!
Sandy xx

Cynthia said...

Ooooo, love the flower and love the background!! Just gorgeous, Bonnie!!

Susan said...

Wow! Love this so much. Isn't it fun to use the copper? And I love the polished stone background. Into my favourites for sure!

Faith A said...

Beautiful effect with the metal and a beautiful card to show it off.

Aileen said...

This looks lovely techniques. I love the background and pretty flower. x

Colleen said...

Beautiful card, Bonnie, well done with CASING the original!

Princess Judy Palmer said...

Wow! Your centerpiece almost looks like a photograph, it is that perfect. What a neat CASE.

Joni nina Andaya said...

So BEAUTIFUL Bonnie!!! Love this colorful flower...so perfect for summer parties...hehehe love parties :) Have a FAB weekend Bonnie..Hugs <3

creatingwithpaper said...

This is so cute! What a fabulous flower and the subtle layering is great. Thanks for taking the time to play with us at Inkspirational!
- Shauna

Shirley said...

OMGosh, Bonnie, your copper flower is gorgeous and the BG you gave it is too!

Hope you will join us for the blog hop on Monday. We are hoping to inspire people to send cards to a little 2 year old and her family. She is receiving chemo for Leukemia and being such a trooper too! Lots of prizes and blog candy along the way too! Details at top of my blog! Hugs,

Maarit at Violets Corner said...

Stunning card Bonnie!

Warm hugs
Maarit

Doris said...

Gotta CASE this on Wed. for Mothers Class--they'll LOVE it!

Benzi said...

Bonnie, this is gorgeous. I love using the copper, too. Your background looks sooooooo pretty.

MaryH said...

Indeed, it is stunningly lovely. Made a beautiful flower. So pretty as the focal point on this pretty card. I was wondering if the copper was heated in the sheet, or if the sheet was first diecut, then heat the diecut. (which is what we did when we tried the one time. Must repeat this, as I love this look). TFS