Case Study #36

Posted by on April 27, 2011 in Challenges, Digistamp, Flowers, Gamsol, Prismacolor pencils | 5 comments

Good afternoon,

Here is my entry to the latest Case Study #36 Challenge. The muse is Silke Ledlow. I loved everything about her card. I only decided today to enter into this challenge….and I only had 1.5 hours to make this card and post it…..and I had 3 mins to spare by the time I had finished!! Phew. Hope you like my take. The rose is from the DigiStamp Boutique from a collection called “Rose Collection”. I am also entering this card into the DigiStamp Boutique April Customer Competition. I coloured it in with Prismacolor pencils and Gamsol.


Stamps: The DigiStamp Boutique “Rose Collection”
Ink: Printer, Versacolor cubes – Petal Pink and Opera Pink
Card: Regal Craft Card (Square textured single fold), white card
Other Supplies: Prismacolor pencils, Gamsol, stubbs, Patterned paper (not sure of the brand – but it is an Australian made cotton paper), Kaisercraft pearls – snow, Kaisercraft pink grosgrain ribbon, Jane’s Doodles button, pink DMC floss, Glossy Accents (to adhere bow), Creative Memories Circle cutters, sponge dauber, Copic marker, Happy Mother’s Day sentiment (from a scrapbooking magazine from about 10 years ago – I found it in my stash!)

Thanks for stopping by,



  1. Haha! I’m so glad you made it in time! What a lovely addition to our gallery 🙂 Love all these pinks, perfect Mother’s Day card!

  2. Can’t believe you made this card so quickly, it’s just beautiful! It’s a perfect CASE on Silke’s card.

  3. Loving all that pink! So beautiful! And what a great CASE too! So glad you could join us at CASE Study Challenge! 🙂

  4. Wahooo..glad you had time to squeeze this beauty in! Love it! Thank you for joining us…hugs ~S~

  5. Hi Marion, what an beautiful card. I love the colour scheme and layout you’ve used. Thanks for joining in the April monthly competition over at DSB. Hugs, Denise x

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