Tuesday, 22 December 2020

Case me a Christmas Card with Jessica Frost Ballas

Welcome to Case me a Christmas Card for 2020 - a slight variation on my annual Challenge me a Christmas Card blog series!

From October to December, I will link to a series of guest cardmakers on my blog. I will CASE one of their cards, and they will CASE one of mine! CASE stands for Copy And Share Everything - but it's not about just copying a card. It's about getting inspiration from cardmaking friends, but making a new card that is our own. And, of course, the card we each make has to be a Christmas card!

Today, my guest is Jessica Frost Ballas. I have CASEd one of her cards that you can check out HERE

 All of the products I used are linked below :) 


This is the card I Cased:

 Ardyth came up with a genius acronym to help you make a Case of a card without making a direct copy of it - LIMES. I am going to be using this acronym for all my Cases from now on: 

List: Gold embossed background, green cardstock, gold mat, Pencil colouring, central gold embossed sentiment, gold string and gold sequins

Include: Gold embossed background stamp, gold mat, Pencil colouring,

Modify: blue cardstock, gold embossed sentiment in bottom left corner

Exclude:  gold string and gold sequins

Spin: Christmas!


Thanks for visiting :)  

1 comment:

  1. I love your twist on my card, Michelle! It’s gorgeous!! Thank you so much for inviting me to play along! ❤️


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