Friday, April 7, 2017

Cut It Up "Case It" Challenge

This time of year is so crazy "weather" wise, 75º one day and snow showers the next. I'll be glad when it is just nice weather continuously. Unfortunately it won't be this weekend, more snow on the way.

I hope you have a nicer weekend in your neck of the woods.

TGIF and time for a new challenge over at Cut It Up!

This week our challenge over at Cut It Up is "Case It".  Case a project from anyone/anywhere. Don't forget the die cut!

Our sponsor for this weeks challenge is Heartfelt Creations and you have a chance to win a $20 certificate to their store.

For those of us on the Cut It Up design team, we "cased" a project of one of the other design team members.

I "cased" a card by Larelyn that she made in March of 2016.

Here is her card:

And here is my "cased" version.

I used several different dies to create my card.

I cut my "peeps" from felt with dies by Simon Says Stamp. The hills were cut with stitched hillside dies from Lawn Fawn and the clouds were cut with Memory Box Scribble Cloud Dies.

Supplies Used: card stock - white, 2 shades of green; pattern paper by Molly & Rex; dies by Simon Says Stamp, Lawn Fawn and Memory Box; sentiment stamp from My Kind Of Peeps by Simon Says Stamp; twine by American Crafts; felt - Michaels.

I can't wait to see your creation so pop on over to the Cut It Up blog and join us in the fun!


Georgiana said...

Super cute peeps. I really want that die!

Larelyn said...
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Larelyn said...

Thanks for CASEing me, Esther. I love the felt bunnies - so clever.

Barbara Otto said...

Soon Cute !! I love the play on words you used for this card.

Anonymous said...

Fantastic! Great job and super cute!


Gerda said...

Super cute card!!! Love the sweet little bunnies!!! Love it!! Have a great day.

Katrina Brown said...

Such a cute card with the felt adding texture! Fun polkadots too!

Karen Letchworth said...

I love your card, Esther. This is the one I chose to "case" to play along at Cut It Up. Thanks for the inspiration. I hope you will stop by to see what you inspired me to create.
Karen Letchworth