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Monday, February 25, 2013

CASADIA

Hi guys. So awhile back I was looking through the cards on a challenge blog, and clicking on various ones I loved to check out the cardmaker's blog. One particular card took me to a blog where the poster introduced me to CASADIA.

You haven't heard of it before either??? Well, it's this idea Wida over at Beachorado came up with. She started a blog where people CASE one another. It's really neat!! If you'd like more information or simply want to join in the fun, you can find all the information and see all the cards CAS(E)d so far right HERE.

So it all started with this card, created by Laura Bassen:


And the CASE chain continued for 37 cards...

...and today I get to CASE this card, created by Patti as my CASE inspiration:


To see all of the cards in the chain, pop over to Wida's Casadia Page!


....and here's what I came up with...



 CHALLENGES



10 comments:

  1. Oh Divinity....these are gorgeous! I think the first one is my favorite simply because I love the simplicity mixed with those beautifully glitter-frosted buttons. They're all super, and I'm SO very grateful to have you share in our challenge. May God bless you as you create and share the art He has blessed you to design. What a treat to see such beautiful work shared with us.
    Blessings to you,
    Karen
    Word Art Wednesday

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  2. Very interesting, thanks for sharing.

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  3. Fabulopus CAS card. I love the pretty papers and little butterflies.

    Thanks for joining the Joanna Sheen challenge this time.
    Lorraine x

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  4. I love how you shifted the elements of the card around to suit your style and mine too. I heart CAS big time! Great card!!! thanks for playing along with my silly idea! you made this blogger smile :))

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  5. Great case of my card! Love that you picked up on the ribbon shape, and brought things back to CAS! You rock :)

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  6. This is a beautiful card....very chic x

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  7. Great use of the sketch, Divinity. I like how each layer is matted in blue. Thanks for playing along this week with The Paper Players!

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  8. Great card divinity, love the clean simple lines of this design.

    Thank you for sharing your wonderful work with us at Crafting When We Can Challenges. :-) xx

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  9. Your card is wonderful! I love the butterflies!! Thanks for joining us at CI Paints!

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