Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Repeat Impressions What If Wed? Case Ayana's Card

The new What If Wednesday? challenge at RI's blog, The House that Stamps Built, is to case the card below by one of our Rock Stars, Ayana. I copied the CAS look with repeating the focal point, the bottom cut with a edge punch and the placement of the sentiment. One of my favorite Repeat Impressions stamps is Rebecca and I stamped her three times on white ovals and also on three different pastel papers. I embossed with the Swiss Dots from CB and paper pieced her hat and dress. The sentiment is also from RI and the edge punch is from Martha Stewart.
Now it's your turn! Create a card casing Ayana's and link to RI's blog for a chance to win a great prize. You have almost two weeks to get it done and posted and you don't have to use Repeat Impression's stamps, but you get two chances to win if you do.

I am entering this card in the challenges at Our Creative Corner to use a cutting technique and at Little Claire's Design where "anything goes" this week.

Stamping smiles, Karen
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8 comments:

Ayana Posadas said...

Super pretty, Karen. I totally love how you embossed the images and your color choices look fabulous. Super great card! :)

Robin Kirkpatrick said...

Really cute idea, Karen. So clever to repeat this image and paper piece her outfit in different colors - very fun!

Carol S. said...

Great idea to emboss the clothing, it works well. Thanks for joining us at Little Claire for our first blog challenge. Carol S. LCDT xx

Jennifer Rzasa said...

Great paper piecing! I love your embossing as well- what a fun idea. Thanks for playing along this week at Our Creative Corner!

Makiko Jones said...

Wow!! What a wonderful take of the CASE challenge Karen!! I love the paper piecing and embossing! Very pretty card!

Sarah Gough said...

So lovely, Thanks for playing along at Our Creative Corner, we love seeing your work!

joy said...

How clever! I love how you have used the dotted swiss!

Rebecca Ednie said...

Great name for that stamp! LOL. Very pretty

Thanks for playing with the OCC.