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9.18.2011

Inspired x2

This morning I made a card for this week's CASE study challenge, a card by Julie Lacey. I love the kraft with black and white, the trees, and that ribbon. When I saw it, I immediately thought of a dress from the Libertine Spring 2012 Collection!

By the way, (in case you didn't know), I LOVE fashion. Check out my Etsy shop (link in sidebar) for proof. I love watching runway shows, I love Project Runway, and I love looking at beautiful clothes online. Not like I own any of them or anything. My budget dictates that I buy clothes from H&M. Or Marshalls. Or other cheapo places.

Well anyway, back to the fashion. This past week was New York Fashion Week. I have literally been spending all of my free time on line checking out every collection that walked every runway. I'm a bit obsessed. Which is why when I saw the CASE Study card, I knew I wanted to draw inspiration from it and that cool Libertine dress. Here's the result:


I think it would be cool if there was a challenge site that took inspiration from fashion. How does one go about starting a challenge blog anyway? Maybe one of you smarties out there will do it, and I'll totally play along....or you can put me on the DT :)

11 comments:

  1. Cool card. I have to shop at the cheapo places too, but don't often even get to shop for me.... CAS-ual Fridays did a challenge a while back on Color Blocking, it was also drawn from fashion, but I think you should start your own fashion inspiration challenge!

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  2. Two sources of inspiration to make one gorgeous card!!!! Love it!
    I always find I shop at the cheaper places - it's all about the accessories that make a cheaper outfit look fabulous IMHO! :)
    Thanks for joining us on CASE study this week, girlie!
    Hugs,
    Aimes
    x

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  3. Very cool card. I LOVE trees! I love how the case study led you back to the runway fashion. It doesn't make sense to waste money on clothes that can be purchased cheaper. I used to buy dresses from a small neighborhood shop that bought directly from NY. They sold their dresses for about $75 each (some less). In the local department stores some of those exact (designer) dresses sold for over $300.00 each. So overpriced! I'll be back! : )

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  4. This just rocks Jennifer! I LOVE the card, so perfect! I think I need that stamp now {wink}.

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  5. That is one seriously cool design....and the dress is pretty smart too :)
    Jenny x

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  6. I think you've nailed your case card and dress!! Superb card and I love your idea of a challenge blog around fashion. I often look at High Street shop windows for inspiration on colours, patterns. Not that I've put any into practice yet! But they are lurking in the background. x

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  7. Gorgeous! Love that you're looking to personal fashion instead of home fashion, like so many of us. No wonder your cards seem so fresh!

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  8. That's a fabulous idea! You should do it!! Looks like you'd have a bunch of people playing along!
    Love the card!

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  9. Gorgeous card and that dress rocks!

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  10. Super beautiful, Jen...black and white is just the epitome of elegance! Thanks for joining us at CASE Study!

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  11. Stunning, this card looks so stylish (just like the dress).

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