one more for CASE study

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Today I have one more card to share for this week's challenge at CASE study. I know I mentioned before, but I think that CASEing other challenge participants is an amazing idea! I've really had a lot of fun this week.

Last night I made a CASE of an adorable card by Sian Ridley. You can find her original post here. Check out her awesome card:

So perfect, so CAS, so colorful! You guys probably know by now that I am addicted to anything in rainbow order. Sian is pretty new to the blogging scene (can you believe that the beauty above was only her 5th blog post?!) I just realized that the card I chose was not a card she made for a CASE study challenge, but she does participate with them, so I hope that's okay!

I die cut some birch trees in different colors, and adhered them with foam tape to my card. I pretty much copied all of the other details (hope you don't mind, Sian!):

(sentiment is one of my faves from SP and Co)

I was so excited when I saw today that she chose to CASE me too! Thanks!


  1. Hitting two of my weak spots with this beauty, Jennifer! Love the rainbow and *adore* your trees! They remind me of fun times on Gallery Idol :)
    Thanks for joining in the fun on CASE study this week!

  2. What a brilliant CASE, I love these trees you cut on your robo and they look so eye-catching in rainbow colours :)
    Jenny x

  3. Oh my goodness! Well, I don't know what to say!??? I just stopped by to thank you for your kind words and what did I find....my card! That was a surprise - I'm quite overwhelmed!!!!!!!!!

    I never in a million years thought anyone would CASE me - least of all someone of your calibre! It's like Gucci getting design ideas from a supermarket! Wow!

    I did the same as you actually, the card I posted was the second design of yours I'd CASE'd! I chose one and made the card and then re-read the rules and figured it should probably have been a CASE Study entry, so chose another one! I'll maybe post the other one soon. I was a bit reluctant to post either actually because I don't feel they've done your work justice, but your kind words have certainly helped :)

    I think I actually like your CASE more than my card! Ha ha!

    Thank you so much for CASE-ing me, I'm feeling very honoured and I'm still in shock! Thank you also for the blog traffic, I already have had someone look at my blog because of this post!

    Oh, before I forget, CONGRATULATIONS! I loved the Young Crafters Unite blog hop and I'm so glad they're running challenges - I'll be there! If you're involved too then that means it'll be a real corker :)

    Sorry about the essay!

  4. Love the colourful trees! Simple with great impact!

  5. Love this card Miss Lady!!! Congrats on the new DT gig too!!

  6. Super fun card, and such a great CASE! Thanks for playing along with us at CASE Study this week.

  7. This is beautiful and I totally love your take!

  8. rainbow birch trees = pure bliss:)

  9. Totally love it! The rainbow trees are swoon-worthy. :)

  10. So absolutely gorgeous! I just LOVE color!

  11. Wow, your card is a stunner!! I love that you popped up your trees, so that they cast shadows behind... genius!

  12. Congrats on your Case study mention with this fabulous take. Love those trees, wouldn't life always be happy if there were rainbow trees?

  13. Blow me away with those trees! Gorgeous concept and and execution. Thanks for the inspiration!

  14. This is a good CASE of Sian's card. I like those tree die cuts! THey are really neat.

  15. What die did you use for those trees? Or, I'm sure you used an electronic cutter... Did you use Cricut or Silhouette? If Cricut, what cartridge?


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