Chasing Mojo with Sweet Kobylkin – CASEing LauraJane

Hi! I’m back again Chasing Mojo with Sweet Kobylkin. 🙂 This is a great idea that Ksenija had to help us get back into the creative mode after Christmas and New Year’s celebrations. I’ve been having a lot of fun CASEing multiple cards from those offered up at Sweet Kobylin.

I’ve been so inspired by many of the cards and would love to CASE them all! I wonder, is it possible?

For this card I CASEd the beautiful blue floral creation of LauraJane. Have you visited her lovely blog, AHIAF? You should!

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Flower in the Middle – A Butterfly Dance

Today I have a pretty purple and yellow card to share with you.


Lots of shapes, some punching, a little die-cutting and only 2 colors went into the making of this CAS butterfly dance. I used a SU flower stamp, flower punch, some PTI stamps and a several ink brands.

IMG_4478editedI started by stamping several flowers in Elegant Eggplant and then added clear embossing powder and heat set them. Then I used an emboss resist technique to sponge on the Tim Holtz Squeezed Lemonade over the stamped/embossed flowers. Then I punched out a flower and set it aside.

For the card front, I created a circle mask with Scotch Masking Tape, adhered the circle to the front panel and then stamped the butterflies around the circle. I added some detail to the yellow butterflies with a SU marker.

I used a circle die to cut the center out and then punched a flower in the middle of the die cut white circle. I added a thin line of eggplant ink around the edge of the white circle by running the edge on the eggplant ink pad. Next, I popped up the circle and the panel with foam tape and adhered the flower with Tombow Mono adhesive to the card base.


I stamped the sentiment on a piece of the left over lemonade blended paper and then trimmed it and added the sentiment strip with more foam tape. The butterfly stamp is from PTI/Betsy Veldman’s Make It Market Mini: Clipsters Kit.

I was inspired by LIM’s: Opposite Colors on the Color Wheel, Casology’s Cue Word: Shape and HLS’s CAS Challenge:Die Cuts and Punches.

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In the Garden

I’m excited to share a watercolor project with you today.IMG_1417I used an emboss-resist technique on this card & it’s sister.


The layout was inspired by this week’s CAS(E) this Sketch.

I used the colors from Colour Me Challenge #59: SU’s Pool Party, So Saffron and Real Red.


I’m also going to play this card over at Addicted to Stamps & More’s Challenge #132 – Make your Mark and Happy Little Stampers’ CAS Challenge: Embossing.

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P.S. I wanted to share some beautiful poppy paintings, created by my father, with you. If you would like to see more of his fabulous work please click here or look for the link to his online gallery on the right side of this blog.

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Pink Tea Cups

Hi!  I have a card inspired by Kylie’s for Time Out’s Challenge #24, a CASE challenge.


Here’s is Kylie’s lovely card:

Another peek at mine.



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Cups of Shaker Tea

Hi! Today I have a fun card to share with you.


 I had a lot of fun doing this card! The tea cup stamp from Stampin’ Up lends itself to all kinds of creative possibilities!

I’m playing this over at Virginia’s View Challenge #12.


Before this challenge over at Virginia’s View I hadn’t made shaker cards, but now I’ve been bitten by the shaker bug!

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I would like to dedicate this post to Papertrey Ink, even though I didn’t use 1 PTI product on this card! You see, I found out today, via an email from Darnell, that I won PTI’s Year of Stamps contest!!!!! What an AMAZING blessing!

Thank you, Darnell for the sweet congratulations! I really appreciate your kindness. 🙂

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P.S. You can take a look at the other cards that I made for this challenge here (Peony), here (mini), here (faux), here (bouquet), and here (9).