Wednesday, 14 July 2021

Around the World on Wednesdays | CASe a Team Member


Hello and welcome to another fun Around the World on Wednesday Blog Hop!

This months theme is CASe a Team Member. Here is a photo of the team and we are from all over the world! 

You may have come from my dear friend Jan Clothier who has CASed me. I cannot wait to see what she has CASed. She is such a wonderfully creative lady whose work I love.

I am CASeing the very lovely and talented Rochelle Laird-Smith. Such an honour to be casing her for this challenge as I love her projects. There were so many of her creations that I could have chosen and I decided to CASe her. 

Here is the card I am CASeing from Rochelle.

Here is my CASed version of Rochelle's beautiful card.

  1. Start with a Calypso Coral card base measuring 21cm x 14.9cm scored and folded in half
  2. Cut a piece of Basic White card stock to measure  10cm x 14.3cm. Glue this to the card base
  3. Cut a piece of the spotty You're a Peach Designer Series Paper to measure 9.7cm x 14cm. Glue this to the card base on top of the Basic White layer
  4. Locate two of the layering circle dies. A scallop circle and then a plain circle that is slightly smaller than the scallop circle. Die cut a piece of the Basic White card stock using a scalloped circle die. Then die cut a plain circle using the striped DSP. Glue these together then adhere to the card base with Dimensional's
  5. Stamp the leaves in Pear Pizzaz ink on Basic White Card stock and die cut with the coordinating die. 
  6. Ink up the peaches using Petal Pink ink then use a sponge dauber and Calypso Coral ink to lightly sponge one edge od all the peaches. Use the coordinating die cut to cut out the peaches
  7. Die cut two stitched rectangles in Basic White and Calypso Coral card stock. Stamp the sentiment on the Basic White rectangle Calypso Coral ink. Then use the stitched lines to trim down the sentiment and glue to the larger rectangle. Adhere this sentiment layer to the left hand side of the scallop circle using DImensional's
  8. Secure the leaves and peaches to the striped circle using Dimensional's
  9. Tie a length of the Petal Pink Organdy Striped Ribbon in a knot. Use glue dots to secure this to the right hand side of the scalloped circle. Tie a length of the White Twine in a double bow and secure to the top of the Petal Pink Organdy Striped Ribbon using a glue dot
  10. Place three of the Calypso Coral sequins around the peaches image and sentiment. See below

Make sure that you head over to Rochelle's blog now for some amazing inspiration and to see who she is CASeing for this challenge. Click on the Next Blog Button below. 
I am looking forward to hopping around this month!

Thank you so much for stopping by today. 

You are appreciated.

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  1. Love your card! Can’t get enough of those peaches!

  2. Thanks for your sweet words Leonie. You must know me well because you used my favourite DSP in the catalogue πŸ‘ Love the ribbon peeking underneath. xx

    1. Thank you so much! I loved CASeing you. This was such a fun challenge and it was so good to look through your amazing projects and decide which one I would recreate. xx

  3. Beautiful layout. Love the details in the layers

  4. Fabulous Leonie! I love both yours and Rochelle's card! Those peaches are gorgeous! xxx

  5. Beautiful layout! Especially with this amazing DSP

  6. Love the layout in both these cards! Your card is so pretty using that peach DSP!

  7. Beautiful! Love the mix of patterns you used.

  8. That's a beautiful card of Rochelle's and you've done a super CASE of it. I love them both!

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  10. A wonderful layout that works with both papers and images x