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I played again!!

For the Case Study Challenge !! Looks like I am sort of enjoying the whole idea of casing :D I took the sketch from Mojo Monday #157 and here is my interpretation of Mariana Grigsby chosen card for 6th week's inspiration:


I don't have much to say but I completely enjoyed coloring the flower :).

P.S. Thanks to Mandy at Limelight Paper Crafts for picking my Christmas card as one of the favorites. I am a happy girl :D

Hope you like that!! Thanks for visiting!!

Price: $1.00 




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  1. Well that card totally speaks for itself! Fabulous colouring and I love the placement of those pearls!
    Thanks for joining us on CASE study this week!
    Hugs,
    Aimes
    x

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  2. BEAUTIFUL card!.. i think you used a complete pack of pearls here!.. totally worth it!.. its soo beautiful! :)

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  3. this is awesome! love the colours!

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  4. Beautiful...and I can tell that you enjoyed coloring in that flower as it is gorgeous! Great layout and super colors! Thanks for playing along with us this week at CASE Study challenges!

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  5. GOrgeous! Gorgeous!!!! Love the colouring and combo :)

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  6. Wow, look at these colours! This card is amazing! :) Thank you for your continuous support, I'm glad that you played with us again! xxx

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  7. Very pretty card. Love the paper and the colors.

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  8. Beautiful card! Great take on the challenge! tfs!

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  9. Wow Fantastic creation dear.... Great work with the pearls.... Looks simple and beautiful....

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  10. gorgeous colors, love all the pearls

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  11. love the way u have randomly placed the pearls...they look so nice

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