Global Design Project - CASEing Krista Frattin

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I love it when we get to CASE team designers on the Global Design Project for 'CASE the Designer' challenge. This week we are getting our inspiration from Krista Frattin from Stampin' Dolce. I have always been so inspired by Krista's style and her ability to use gorgeous embellishments on her creations so skillfully. Krista has such a beautiful eye to detail and it is always displayed in her work. 

The definition of CASE: Copy And Share Everything
Put simply, we get our inspiration from a particular project or creation. For this challenge we can use ANY element. You might be inspired by the colours, the stamp set or the card layout.
I took my inspiration this week from Krista's pretty card layout and also incorporated some lace behind the sentiment piece. She has sewn around the outside of her card and I used the Stitched Shapes Framelits to include a stitched element to my card. 
I have fallen in love with this card! Do you ever make something and think to yourself  "I'm so impressed with myself"?  (I do that every night when I feed my family and manage to get a meal on the table! Hahaha) Well, that is how I felt with this card. It's just so 'me'. Granted there's no pink on it, however I have always loved gingham, lace, flowers and the lovely cursive font in the sentiment is simply beautiful. 

The gingham check paper and the flowers are from the beautiful new Succulent Garden Designer Series Paper and I hand cut the flowers from the paper with paper snips. The sentiment is in the new Suite Sentiments stamp set and both are from the 2017 Occasions Catalogue.

Now head over to the Global Design Project and see what the amazing Design Team have in store for you this week.

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5 comments:

  1. I love it too! A very soft and neutral palette with sweet layers and touches of delicate details that highlight the friendly sentiment!

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