C.A.S.E. the One Behind You

Hello Everyone ~Are you ready to see my C.A.S.E. the One Behind You card?

I manged to get a few cards made yesterday and cut for my Suite Envy Class.  I still need to finish my cutting but that won’t take me long.  Then I need to make my 10 minute Creation video for Sunday.  busy day ahead for me.

Our challenge this week for Coloring Down the Lines is

This was an interesting challenge as I got to visit the blog of Amanda as she follows me to find a card to C.A.S.E.  I looked through several of her pages and I found a fun card I wanted to give a try.  Here is her card.

I loved the paper she used and I have some of it so I knew this would be the perfect card for me.  I began by cutting the white panel and attaching it to a Basic Black card base.  Next I pulled out the Pop of Pink dsp and the Stitched Shapes framelits and cut my circles. Then using the Balloon Bouquet punch I punched out 2 of the larger balloons using Dazzling Diamonds glimmer paper.  A balloon each of the 2 designs in the Balloon Adventures bundle was cut using black card stock.  Now I was ready to layer the circles and balloons.  I used dimensionals for most of them.  The cut outs of the balloons were added to the Dazzling Diamonds balloons using Tombow glue.  Black and White baker’s twine was tied around the base of the balloons and they were added to the card base using dimensionals.  The strings were knotted together and a glue dot was used to hold the knot in place.  The sentiment was changed but was still stamped with Melon Mambo.  My card is finished.  Here is my C.A.S.E. of Amanda’s card.

inside of card and envelope

Stampin’ Up supplies used for my creation

Now it is time to head on over to Amanda’s blog – Our Crafty Playdate to see who she had to C.A.S.E. and which card she chose. 

Thanks for visiting me today.  It is supposed to be cold so I won’t mind staying inside and working on my projects.  Have a Wonderful Wednesday and what did you think of our idea to C.A.S.E. the One Behind You?



  1. Good stuff, sister! I love the sentiment you used when casing my card! Great job!

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