This week's challenge from CAS-ual Fridays is to toot our own horn by drawing inspiration from our own blog banners. Here's my take on the challenge.
The purples in my banner as well as the double borders behind my blog title inspired me the most. To get started, I used the Dahlia Dimensional Punch from EK Success. EK designed the border to be rolled up after it's punched making a beautiful flower. Instead, I punched two lengths of the border and adhered them back to back to create the double-border from my inspiration. Then, I punched the double link trim with one of Martha Stewart's double-edge punches. Then, I stamped the sentiment with TPC Studio's wonderful "Hello" stamp. I just love this stamp!
Do you want to join in the fun and make a card inspired by your blog banner? You have until noon on Thursday. Check out all the details here: http://cas-ualfridays.blogspot.com/2012/09/cfc72.html
Well done...this is a super interpretation of your header.
Love the intricate pattern that mimic your blog header! Beautifully done! So glad that you join the fun with us at CAS-ual Fridays!
Gorgeous border along your card!
Beautiful card! Gorgeous color selection.
It's beautiful! That punch is cool! I bet it's great rolled, too! I'm glad to see you have been keeping busy. I've missed you over at Fiskateers. So few people entered the Lift Off Challenges, I won twice! Pray you are feeling well, my friend!
Awesome! The soft colors you used are super pretty, and what a fabulous pattern!
Thanks so much for playing wiht us this week at CAS-ual Fridays :)
Lovely! You did a fabulous job interpreting your blog header! I'm so glad you tooted your horn for us at CAS-ual Fridays!
Oooh...love the graphic feel, the pretty colors and the simplicity of your lovely card...way to show off your blog header:)!! Thanks for being a part of the challenge this week at CAS-ual Fridays:)!!
This is AH-MAZING!! I love the clean and graphic lines, and the color palette is delicious! Thanks so much for playing with us at CAS-ual Fridays - we're so glad you did!
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