Baroque – Case Study #57

Oh, well, here I go again, trying to “case” the fabulous work of the designers at the Case Study Challenge site.  I always tell myself that I am going to try and stay as close to the original design as possible (which would make it a true case study) however, there is something inside of me that causes me to wander off into my own little “style” world.  In this CASE, I at least used the same colors!!This is Julie’s Card, the original CASE.  Like I said, nowhere close.  Still, I had a ton of fun making my card!  Be well, C! Ya!

About Chana Malkah

I am a "bubbie" (translation: grandmother), clinical supervisor(pediatrics) and an avid cardmaker. I enjoy making stationery sets and giving them to family and friends. This blog is for those who are just starting to explore cardmaking and other papercrafting. I have been away from cardmaking for about five years and was astounded by all the exciting changes in the craft. When I started stamping back in 1998, I only worked with wood mounted rubber stamps, metal stencils, markers and embossing powders and ink. Now there is a whole world out there and I hope we can explore together. In just eleven short months, I have gone from being afraid of posting my work...to being invited to join two design teams and waiting to hear from two more! Pursue your Passion!
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2 Responses to Baroque – Case Study #57

  1. Jean Martin says:

    Wow this is fantastic! I love all of the details you put into it. Thanks for sharing it with us at CASE Study Challenge! 🙂

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