April 2, 2013

CASE Study Challenge #134



Slipping in at the last minute for this week's CASE Study Challenge.
It is the last week for muse Julie Ebersole and I could't resist playing along with her beautiful card.










All supplies are from Papertrey Ink unless otherwise noted.

Cardstock:  Vintage Cream
Stamps: Natural Beauties, Turning a New Leaf, Background Basics: Farm & Barn (PTI) Flower Friends (Simon Says Stamps)
Ink:  Simply Chartreuse, Soft Grey, Winter Wisteria, True Black

24 comments :

Joyce said...

Just beautiful. I never would have thought to use that chicken wire, but it is perfect. And, I love your colors, and those natural beauties are truly beautiful.

Marybeth said...

Beautiful! I will always love your style Tracey! Love the flower stamp. Simple and beautiful!

Alanna said...

This is gorgeous. Well done.

Deanna Jean said...

Great take on the Case Study card. Love the chicken wire.

Cathy Weber said...

Oh, that was a good idea to use the chickenwire along the bottom Tracey...darn, I should have thought of that one! Great idea!

Lynn said...

I love the delicate stamps with the light purple...beautiful.

Brandi said...

This is so pretty!

Janet Zeppa said...

That chicken wire is really cool!

Kristie Goulet said...

Very pretty Tracey!

Annette said...

gorgeous card..those flowers are amazing..

Emily Keaton said...

What a beauty! Those flowers are amazing :-)

Leigh said...

So pretty! Great take on the Case Study card!

Jen said...

Beautiful! That chicken wire adds a very interesting look!

Virginia L. said...

Gorgeous stamping, Tracey! Love the placement of images and you sure let the images speak for themselves! Beautiful CASE card!

Kara said...

very pretty Tracey!

Sharron said...

Love your gorgeous soft purple flowers! Great idea to add a bit of chicken wire to the design!

laughadaisy said...

LOVE this. I think this is a fantastic take on the challenge. Very nice!

Bonnie said...

Wow! The contrast between the bold sentiment and the soft flowers makes an amazing card! Love it!

Kelly Griglione said...

So airy and beautiful! Love just the touch of chicken wire!

Jinny Newlin said...

Gosh, those blooms are striking, especially in that color, girl! Amazing!

Kim Heggins said...

I'm with Joyce...your decision to use chicken wire with those beautiful flowers is just gorgeous! Fabulous card Tracey.

Jean said...

Wow ~ love the chicken wire to ground the lovely flowers ~ fantastic color choices too!

Jen W. said...

Love those gorgeous flowers!

Michelle said...

Beautiful collage of stamps, Traecy!