Sunday, 8 January 2017

Crazy Crafters Blog Hop with Sandi MacIver


Welcome to another Crazy Crafters Blog Hop. Today we are CASE-ing (Copy And Selectively Edit) Sandi MacIver and she is hopping along with us!

We hope that you have fun following along with the hop.  There are so many amazing projects to enjoy.  Make sure you check out the full lineup below.

There are so many inspiring projects over on Sandi's page but my inspiration came from this card.  Isn't it gorgeous!



I love the colours that Sandi used and initially I started to design a card using these colours, but this is what I ended up creating.  Something totally different inspired by the layout of Sandi's card.



The background was created using Pacific Point cardstock and the Confetti embossing folder and I used the Layering Ovals Framelits to cut out two different sized ovals, one in Emerald Envy and the other in Whisper White.

The birthday greeting was stamped in Pacific Point, Emerald Envy and Tangerine Tango ink, using stamps from the Cake Crazy stamp set.  I also added some matching stars from the Brights and 2016-2018 In Colour Enamel Shapes.

I used Stampin' Dimensionals to attach both the oval die cuts to the background and then adhered this to a Whisper White card base.
 
I hope you have enjoyed stopping by.  I should add that the colour inspiration for this card came from Case This Card #CTC018 Colour Challenge which I've also entered this card into.

Please make sure you check out the rest of the lineup below.  I’d love to hear from you too so please leave a comment!




13 comments:

  1. What a bright and beautiful card...I like it!!!! ALOT!!!

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  2. What a wonderful masculine card, well gender neutral! I love the bright poppy colours.

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  3. beautifully done, it's so bright and cheery

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  4. Great card Sarah :) I'm sure it will be a hit with the recipient!

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  5. Great combination of Sandi & CTC! Thanks for entering your card this week! xx

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  6. Great card Sarah, so bright and cheerful.

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  7. Great card, Sarah. I love that you started out doing one thing and it morphed into something else - that's a dynamic creative process!

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  8. Such bright and happy colours, great CASE Sarah

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