Monday, April 18, 2011

Trumpet Vine --Case Study #35 and FTTC #113

One sure sign that spring has arrived is the arrival of hummingbirds. I put out the nectar last Wednesday morning and saw the first hummingbird at the feeder that afternoon. I'm sure these little winged jewels are also feasting on the coral honeysuckle that is blooming across the arbor which is part of the inspiration for my card. The other inspiration is  CASE Study's April Muse Silke Ledlow and this beautiful card of hers.                                  

My take on Silke's card uses a stamp from Flourishes Humming Along set, which was part of wonderful prize I won from Dawn Burnworth last fall.  I am also linking this card to Flourishes Timeless Tuesday Challenge # 113 to use flowers on your card.

The sentiment is from PTI's Delightful Dahlia. I distressed the edges of image panel and inked them with Antique Linen ink.
I used these Copics to color the image.


Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful week,

Supplies:
Stamps: Humming Along(Flourishes); Delightful Dahlia, Background Basics: Text Time (PTI)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black (Tsukineko), Antique Linen Distress Ink (Ranger)
Paper: Vintage Cream (PTI), Petite Pad-Lullaby Lane and Life's Portraits (Webster's Pages)
Other: Copics;  Melon Berry Vintage Button, Rustic Cream Button twine(PTI); Antique White grosgrain ribbon (Offray), pearls (Paper Studio)

9 comments:

  1. Your card is beautiful, Cammie, and you did a fabulous job of CASEing Silke's card!!!

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  2. Oh you lucky thing - I'd love to see a hummingbird IRL!
    Love your take on Silke's card - your shading is beautiful!
    Thanks for joining in the fun on CASE study this week too!
    Hugs,
    Aimes
    x

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  3. Love this, fantastic job casing Silke this week. Thanks for joining us at CASE Study this week.

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  4. Nice job caseing Silke, she makes a great muse. Enjoy the hummingbirds! Its snowing here right now.

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  5. Very lovely card, Cammie! You used one of my favorite stamps from flourishes... and here's a hint on the next week's CASE Study inspiration card, too! hee hee!

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  6. Cammie..this is one BEAUTIFUL cased card! Your coloring looks wonderful! Thank you for joining us this week..hgus ~S~

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  7. Cammie, your card is so pretty! You always do such a wonderful job of coloring and these flowers are lovely! How exciting that you already have hummingbirds!

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  8. Beautiful! Love the image and your coloring. The hummers should be arriving sometime next week around here. A definite sign that spring has finally arrived.

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