Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Complete CASE-ing going on here!

I loved these cards so much, I had to CASE! I hope the gals don't mind, but I just love these cards! This one was CASEd from Nancy at iSTAMP. She does such beautiful work!


And then this one, I just adore!! Christina from Flowers and Ink made the gorgeous card that inspired me. I didn't have the incredible stamp she used, so I computer generated the latte cup and then I got creative!! I know, hard to believe since everything else came directly from the other gals! Look at this:I got the little swirl that is the "steam" from a CTMH swirl set...isn't that perfect. Now the part I was most pleased with is the $1 heart...when I cut out the cup and placed it over the heart, it made the perfect handle!!!

12 comments:

Alexandra said...

Great cards Denise - and both of these ladies are fabulously talented, I am sure they are thrilled you CASEd their creations, it's very flattering! *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

Anne said...

You are so creative! I wouldnt imagine to take a part of my stamp for another purpose! I am very impressed!
Anne
SBS22

spikescreativeside said...

Fantastic card ideas! I love your blog so much that I'd like to give you an award!!

You can find it at my blog

Keep on blogging!

Spike :D

Nancy Riley said...

Denise, I am truly honored that you cased my card! I LOVE your version!
Hugs~
Nancy

pbo said...

You are so VERY creative! And you CASE well too! Phyllis

Kathy said...

You are just too clever - using part of a heart for a cup handle :O) Love the card.

Cindy Vernon said...

Great cards! I love your interpretation of them!

Marge said...

Brilliant idea; beautiful card!!!

Trish D said...

Love these cards - I particularly like how you created your own mug!

Thanks for visiting my blog; and yes, the image on the card is actually debossed. I was initially disspointed when I realized that was how the cb folder was made, but now I'm really liking it (and of course I can always just flip the panel over if I REALLY want it raised :)

Shirley said...

Your cards are wonderful and so are your ideas! TFS

Amy said...

I have that embossing folder... I really should get it out and use it at some stage. I haven't used it yet!

The background paper on Wisssshing you a Ssspecial Day is Basic Grey... I can't remember what collection it came from but it was quite a while ago that it came out!

Stephenie said...

Your ideas are so clever, I greatly enjoy your blog.
Stephenie