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CASE me at Time out!

Hi Everyone,

I am so honored to be guest designing over at Time Out Challenges for the Case the Designer feature!
Thank you Time Out for letting me be your muse so to speak!

You all know what CASEing is right? It give you a great excuse to copy somebody's card ;)

So here is what I came up with:

A grey background, a colorful focal point and a cut up sentiment. but you can get inspired any way you want!

My supplies:
Bird - Katzelkraft
wood stamp - Concord and 9th
sentiment - Dylusions
die cut branch - Memory Box

I can't wait to see what you create! Hopefully you'll find the time to play along!

Happy CASEing!

Linking up with:


Anita in France said…
How cute and fabulous, Cornelia ... the pop of bright green on that brilliant bird is gorgeous against all the neutrals ... and I love the sentiment! Such a fun card to CASE, thank you for inspiring us all at Time Out! Hugs, Anita :)
Izzy Scrap said…
Congratulations for being GD over at Time OUT ! Love your card and the vibrant colours of this funny bird ! A wonderful design too ! Very inspiring ! Thanks for sharing !
Mac Mable said…
Love the vibrant green against the grey. Such a fun image, beautifully coloured. Great sentiment and great layout x
conil said…
Hoooorah! What a great card for your Guest Design assignment. Gotta love that amazing bird. Would love to know what he/she is thinking...maybe something naughty. The crosscut wood is ideal to showcase is the fantastic sentiment. All in all a true bird of paradise.
Kim Heggins said…
Congrats to you and so well deserved! Love your amazing card...what a fabulous bird!
TaeEun said…
Congratulations Cornelia :)!!! What a fun card to CASE, simple with a great sentiment!!!
sandie said…
So good to have you as our GD CASE designer and to learn more about you. Loved CASEing this amazing card. The colour of the card really pops against the grey and I missed that die cut branch! Thanks for being our inspiration x
Gerrina said…
I think this is a great card! Love the combination with that tree-stamp! Thank you for being our case-designer at TIME OUT! So good to see your art there!
papierelle said…
Perfekt!!! Karte und Spruch!!
Flo said…
Ich will mal versuchen, deine Karte zu kopieren. Ob es gelingt, wird sich zeigen.
Liebe Grüße
Bobby said…
I love all your Katzelkraft cards, Cornelia, and this is no exception. Separating the sentiment was a terrific idea. Thanks for sharing this with us at Addicted to Stamps and More.
Joyce said…
This is such a fun and fabulous card. I had such fun CASEing it. Thanks so much for being our inspirational designer at Time Out.
Darnell said…
Another fabulous and fun design, Cornelia! Congratulations on being our Muse at TO! I'll be over there to play soon!! Hugs, Darnell
Hi Cornelia! A big thank you for providing this fun inspiration piece for us to CASE. As you can tell by my card which is a little similar (LOL), I really love the bird, the colors, the perched position. My bird needs some encouragement and conifdence. Maybe your bird can help out. So happy to have you guest designing with us, and I can't wait to meet you.
Rosmarie said…
Scheibenkleister - hab's zu spät gesehen! ...das kommt davon wenn man nirgends mehr reinschaut!! Schön wie du den Vogel coloriert und in Szene gesetzt hast!
...und ohne es zu wissen, habe ich gestern eine Karte gemacht die gut dazu gepasst hätte 😕

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