Friday, March 13, 2015

CASE-ing Christmas Challenge #11

It's Friday and that means a new card to CASE over at
This week the Even Team is CASE-ing this card by
team member Anita.

This is my take.

It's always so interesting to see all the different interpretations
of the CASE card. I used the white wreath and the silver
glitter paper as the main inspiration for my version.

I started by stamping on white card stock and heat embossing
the image. Then I added stickles, using 3 different blues and
diamond. After it all dried I fussy cut and popped on to the
blue, metallic, square die cut which I matted with silver glitter paper.
I punched a silver border and added the silver dazzles sentiment.

How do you interpret Anita's card? Be sure and show us at
CASE-ing Christmas.

I'd like to enter the following challenges:
 Christmas at Sweet Stampin - Blue Christmas
Crafting by Designs - Get Ready for Christmas
Merry Monday - Monochromatic Blues
Winter Wonderland - Blue Christmas

Thanks for taking a look!


  1. I love the sparkly blue balls that decorate your wreath, Judy! Thanks for sharing this with us at Merry Monday!

  2. Love all the fabulous sparkle!! Thanks so much for playing at Merry Monday this week!

  3. Very pretty, Judy! Love the wreath and all the glitter! Great design too! Thanks for playing along with us this week over at Merry Monday! :)

  4. What a beautiful wreath and precious card, Judy - Love all the sparkle on it! Great CASE-ing!!
    Rosi x

  5. Hi Judy! Wow I love this modern looking wreath! Gorgeous! Have a great day!

  6. I am loving all the gorgeous glitter, Judy! This is absolutely beautiful--and so non-traditional, which I LOVE! Sorry I am late in commenting, life happened. ;) HUGS! :) Mynn xx

  7. A lovely creation. Thanks for sharing with us at Winter Wonderland.

  8. Beautiful card! I love the wreath and all the glitter :0

  9. This is so pretty! I love your wreath! Thanks for joining us at Christmas at Sweet Stampin' for our "Blue" challenge! Hugs, Gail

  10. Lovely card Judy, great take on Anita's original.
    Lorry :o) xx