Thursday, 12 May 2016

Time Out #56 Reminder

Hi There,

Have you joined us at Time Out Challenges?

We are CASEing the super talented Kay Miller.

This week I used the same design as I did last week but decided how just by adding some texture how different the card can look. 

I just dry embossed all the die cuts and used white and cream. I am not sure which card I like best-here is the one I made last week:

Which one do you like best?

And here is Kay's card that inspired me so very much:

The very talented Marlena is joining us again this week as our Guest Designer. Check out what Marlena and the DT have created to inspire you this week here

Then take some TIME OUT and play with us x

I will enter this into:

     Simon Monday Challenge Blog


  1. Beautiful card-love the combination of deep blue and cream! :)
    Suchi xx

  2. This is also beautiful and I like texture, so maybe (still in doubt) I think this one feels warmer... Like them both! Hugs, Gerrina

  3. Hi Sandie ! Both your cards are simply gorgeous. Can't pick one favorite. Very well CASEd :)

  4. Love the cream and white with the spots of colour of the enamel dots, Sandie!!!! Both cards are beautiful, but I think the one with the coloured flowers are my fave!!!
    Have a great day!!!

  5. So beautiful Sandie. The soft yellow is beautiful and I adore all the texture. xoxo

  6. Gorgeous take on Kay's card, Sandie! I love the softness of pastel yellow, and your focal point is stunning!

  7. I love them both, Sandie! Thank you for showing us the impact that a change of color and texture can have! Hugs, Darnell

  8. Both are awesome! Great takes on Kay's card. Thanks so much for joining us at Happy Little Stampers!

  9. They're both equally fabulous, Sandie ... lovely to see one crisp and fresh, the other soft, texture-y and creamy! Hugs, Anita :)

  10. Love your simple and beautiful card! Thank you so much for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. :)

  11. It always amazes me what a big impact just a little change of color can do to a design. One isn't more beautiful than the other, but I do like the cream and blue combo and since the card isn't overloaded with flowers I feel this one has a gender neutral feature, and I love that about a card...

  12. It's funny but if you hadn't put the two cards next to each other, I wouldn't have recognized the design - so amazing how a few changes in colour and texture can totally change the feel of a design! Both are so pretty - each in their own way!

  13. A super CASe of Kay's card, so spring like.
    Thanks for joining in the HLS inaugural challenge. :)