Sunday, 17 April 2016

CASEing Brian King: Crazy Crafters Bloghop


To be honest, I dont often have time to keep up with reading all of the blogs I would like to! I could happily look at blogs for hours every day, but realistically life gets in the way and I have to wait for the occasional holiday when I can binge read! BUT one blog that I try to visit at least once a week is that of the lovely Brian King. I love his work, which is classic, neat and clean, but I also love the tone of his blog, friendly, funny and a bit quirky... just like Brian himself!  (unlike my blog which is super wordy with way too much talking... just like me!)

Anyway... I was so happy when we found out Brian was hopping wih us, but then I realized I had to CASE just ONE project... After hours of "research" (in actuality just sitting around rereading Brians blog) I finally chose this design (you can see the original post here):



 There is a whole lot of lovely going on with this card... the colours are divine!! but given I hadnt tried the herringbone technique I thought I would CASE that aspect... plus the circle...


My card uses the Love Blossoms Paper Stack and coordinating Cardstock Pack. I have used a fussy cut design from the paper stack to decorate my circle, and a sentiment from the Rose Wonder Set.


Thanks for checking out my blog post today! Here is a line up of all the participants, make sure you pop by each blog you are sure to be inspired!! Have fun!! Em

19 comments:

  1. Just love all the angles of the DSP Em, very creative. Angexxx

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  2. Love this style of card always looks great....good job Em

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  3. Love how this showcases this DSP, great card Em

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  4. love the look of your card em all the colours and angles are gorgeous! xx

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  5. I love the technique with the DSP. I nearly chose this one to case myself! Great card Emilie! x

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  6. That's a great card Em-never tried the interweaved look but feel inspired to do so!

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  7. A very delicate and pretty card, Em.

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  8. Such a great technique Em - love this card.

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  9. Beautiful, Em! This paper works so wonderfully with this technique! Once a week, though? That's certainly not often enough. :) I'm so thrilled to participate in this hop with you and your team! Thanks!

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  10. I love this technique for the background, lovely card Em!

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  11. Love this card Em! I think I'm going to try it!! Xx

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  12. Pretty card. This is a great way to use up tiny scraps of DSP.

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  13. Great card Em. Love the colour combo and fussy cut flowers.

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