Time Out DT #52, Less Is More #267, Right At Home National Craft Month Celebration Blog Hop, SSS Work It Wednesday – February

Hello …. bonjour … hope you’re having a fabulous week!  Today marks the start of another brilliant challenge over at Time Out … this time round, we have a ‘Designer to CASE’ theme … and our designer is the wonderfully talented Marjan Kuppers from M@rjan’s Blog … her delicious card is a little further down.  Here’s my take on it … Time Out DT 52

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… and here’s Marjan‘s soft and dreamy card …

My focus was on Marjan’s floral theme, her wonderful colours and that fabulous drift of bling disappearing off the top of the card.  I heat embossed the Papertrey sentiment and stamped the little blooms and leaves (same Papertrey set) around it, finishing off with some Winnie & Walter scattered dots and a few tiny gems in the flower centres.  Voilà … a one layer QACAS card (Quick And Clean And Simple in Darnell-ese!)!

So … how would you like to play along with us?  You can use any or all of the elements in Marjan‘s card to inspire you … we’d love to see what you create!  All the details are over at the Time Out blog, along with heaps of ideas from our wonderful DT.  Looking forward to seeing you in the gallery!

My card was also inpired by …

Less Is More – One Layer Sentiment … my first time playing along in decades!

Right At Home – Favourite Crafty Things … Nicole’s National Craft Month Celebration Blog Hop.  This is a favourite PTI sets that recently made the jump from wish book to shopping basket!

SSS Work It Wednesday – Florals … my second entry

Thanks so much for coming by, your visits and comments are always a joy!  Anita 🙂

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52 thoughts on “Time Out DT #52, Less Is More #267, Right At Home National Craft Month Celebration Blog Hop, SSS Work It Wednesday – February

  1. Esther

    What a beautiful card! I love how it’s both calming but vibrantly coloured at the same time. Lovely stamps too! I headed over here from LIM – great entry!

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  2. Claire A

    I always wondered what QACAS meant! Your framed sentiment looks so pretty nestled against those blooms Anita. Hope I get the chance to join in this time!

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  3. Sandie

    Stunning, love the stamping. And I so missed the bling coming off the card. I love how we all spot something different, so inspiring x

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  4. Marjan Küppers

    I can see where your inspiration came from, even if I wouldn’t have read your blogpost. Your card is a lovely take, I also love the bold sentiment, I often use black too. Thank you for casing my card!

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  5. susannev2014

    I don’t know how you do that but again I am in love with your take on Marjan’s card! The colors, the elegant sentiment, and the perfectly placed flowers are just so delicious! I am smitten!

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  6. Brenda L.

    Oh my Anita, this is a beautiful birthday card! I love that scripty font on the sentiment. Your flowers frame it out so pretty, love those flowers. Such a stunning CAS card! Hugs, Brenda

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  7. kimheggins

    Oh….Anita, this is so pretty. I love your sweet blue and purple posies with that black sentiment, just beautiful. Wishing you a wonderful day!

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  8. lollthompson

    Gorgeous design and colours Anita. Such a cheerful card with those pretty blooms. And love the textured card base. xx

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  9. djkardkreations

    What a beautiful card for a spring-time birthday, Anita! And it’s OLC for ease of mailing, yet it will seem like a fresh bouquet to the person receiving it! This should be in everybody’s to-CASE folder!! Miss you much!! Mwahs and hugs, Darnell

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  10. Anne

    What a really pretty make Anita!
    Thank you so much for joining us at “Less is More” this week
    Anne
    “Less is More”

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  11. Sarah

    So beautifully clean and elegant. CAS perfection and super pretty Anita. A brilliant one layer card and showcased sentiment to perfection. Thanks for playing at Less is More this week. Sarah

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  12. Sharon

    Such a wonderfully striking sentiment card. The florals frame the sentiment superbly.
    Thanks for joining us this week at Less is More.
    Sharon xx

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  13. BarbGhig

    Really gorgeous card, Anita! I love the bold sentiment, and that you created a QACAS design! Great job CASE’ing Marjan’s card,,,it’s beautiful, and you totally nailed it!

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  14. Petra

    Oh, I had to click on the photo to get a closer look on the darling little flowers on your card, Anita!!! I love the colours you have used with the bold sentiment in black, and how you have arranged the flowers are so lovely!!! The tiny little blue dots and the rhinestones complete the beautiful picture perfectly!!!!! Such a great card!!!!
    Have a great day!!!
    Hugz

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  15. Nonni

    Those rhinestones look amazing in your card! You are so good at stamping on this textured card, I never can make it right! xxx

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  16. hobbitnoll

    This is so soft and pretty. I love that you used textured card stock. It looks so lovely with the stamped images!!

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  17. Jill Vickers

    So pretty Anita – I just loved how you framed that gorgeous scripty sentiment with those pretty blooms! Beautifully stamped!

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  18. Kay Wallace

    Hi, Anita! Congrats on being showCASed at the Less is More site this week. Stamping on a textured surface can be challenging but you handled that task here with aplomb! Applause! Applause!

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  19. djkardkreations

    Popping back to congratulate you for the well-deserved SHOWCASED at LIM, Anita!! I also want to say Happy Easter, my friend, since I didn’t manage to get cards sent this year!! Missing you madly! Hugs, Darnell

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