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Crazy Crafters Blog Hop - Nadine Weiner

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Blog hopping today with the Crazy Crafters and Nadine Weiner.

We had to CASE something from Nadines blog and WOW!  What a choice!

I think I have several designs, in reserve, to try at a later date.  

Check out her blog: https://stampinclub.de/blog/
And you will see just what I mean!

So the card I went with is this one:

I love the simplicity, and the black and white with a pop of colour.

Here's what I came up with........


I used Petal Passion DSP for the background.  There are a few black and white papers that I could have used from this pack.
My pop of colour was Bermuda Bay - one of my favourites! - with Soft sky behind.


My "flowers" are from Eclectic Layers thinlits (they look a bit like broccolini!!).
I left the top unattached to give a bit of dimension.

I popped them up on dimensionals and threaded the sentiment in behind.
I mounted it on Bermuda Bay to tie it all together, leaving a slightly larger border - so I can see more of this yummy colour!!

Such a fresh looking card.

Thanks for the inspiration Nadine !!

Check out what my fellow "Crazies" have done by clicking on the links below.


Comments

  1. Oh so gorgeous! I love that Eclectic flower!

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  2. Love your card, the Eclectic set is my favourite.

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  3. Great card Shirley....love the colours you have chosen

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  4. Beautiful colour choices Shirley. Eclectic Layers is one of my fave sets and you ahev CASEd Nadines card perfectly

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  5. Thanks ladies for your lovely comments!

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  6. Shirley this is an awesome CASE - i love the colours and the DSP. Think I'll be CASEing you next lol xx

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  7. What a wonderful take on my card. Broccolini :) So much fun. I'm looking forward to see what else you have in reserve.

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