Case It Challenge


I am creating this card for a rather unique kind of challenge.  This challenge is a "CASE" challenge.  Yep! You read it right.  The challenge is find a card we like and try to re-create it to the best of our ability.  You can make changes such as paper, stamp and etc. but the goal is to mimic what you see so I decided to enter this challenge.  There are several artist out there that design cards that make me say "how'd she do that" and there are some that I get so frutrated trying to figure it out I will simply send an email and beg for guidance or instructions...don't believe me just ask Marianne from Norway heh heh..well moving right along. 

The card I chose to case was created and designed by Lisa Somerville and her blog name is "Splendiferous Creations" which you can visit by clicking here.  She also has a gallery on SplitCoast Stampers if you want to see more.  First I will show you my card and then the original card.



 
First let me introduce my cased creation. Here are the items I used to create it.

DP: Prima Printerey
Stamp: Hero Arts

Pearls/bling: Recollections

Flowers: Wild Orchid

Sentiment: Computer Generated



Of course all my scraps are used to decorate the inside and this one was no different, although it wasn't part of the challenge...how could it be, right? 



Anyway I used a collage of scraps and came up with this.  I almost forgot to add a space for a personal message but I remembered and added it to the left side instead of the right.


Now, here is the actual card as designed by the creator.  Go ahead and compare my creation to Lisa's design. 

There are suttle differences but of course we can't be perfect regardless to how hard we may try.




For her card she used the following items:

Pearls: Zva's elegant Ice and Fire Jet Crystals

Flowers: Mini Ginger and Cream Roses

DP: Prima paper as well.

To see the complete post reference this card please click here and scroll down near the bottom of the post.

Lisa is a very talented designer that offers challenges that inspires you to push yourself and think outside the box.  She offers beautiful stamps for purchase from her blog.  So should you lose your Mojo go visit her for a bit of inspiration.

Thanks to Friends of SpeedyTV for this fabulous fun and interesting challenge.  You can read about more fun challenges at their site, so what are you waiting on?  Click here now to start lots of challenging fun. 

Please remember to leave your comments and let me know what you think about this challenge and how you think I did.

14 comments:

Desire Fourie said...

Mema I just love this. So beautifully designed. Hugs Desíre {Doing Life - my personal blog}

Theresa said...

Great job on our challenge to CASE a card! Thanks for joining us at FOSTV this week.

Sheila H said...

You did a great job - you really rocked the CASE challenge :)

Jenée said...

No comparison as they are BOTH beautiful cards. You rocked the CASE and created your beautiful version. Well done.

Angie said...

Beautiful job CASEing!!! Your card and the original are simply gorgeous!!!! Thanks for joining us this week at FOSTV!

Glenda Atkins said...

Beautiful cased card and the inside of your card is simply gorgeous! Wow!

MaxineD said...

Beautifully case'd card Lesia - if anything I think yours is more dramatic with the silhouette image.
Blessings
Maxine

Alyce said...

Oooh just gorgeous! Love the beautiful elegance to the card....great work! :)

Benzi said...

You made a beautiful card with your case. So glad you played along with FOSTV this week.

Janine said...

Thank you for joining us at FOSTV - a beautiful card and CASE. We did have a challenge once regarding the inside of cards so you will definitely be able to play along if we repeat that challenge!

Ravengirl said...

This is a beautiful card! I love what you have done here!

Stampsnob said...

Oh MY beautiful I am going to CASE this CASE.....Lis

Kim. said...

Leesa you are equally as talented as the other Lisa. Love your card, it is so elegant.
Kim xXx

Janine said...

Well done on your FOSTV win - check out challenge 38.

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