Hello! It's November already and we have an amazing new muse at CASE Study - Keisha Campbell (you have to check out her blog, it's amazing!). Here's Keisha's inspiration card for this week.
I CASEd the black base, the lattice pattern, the die cut letters and banner tags. I opted for a floral focal point instead of the bow.
I love the modeling paste trend that I've seen around blogland and decided to give it a go. I used a Quatrefoil stencil from The Crafter's Workshop. I had some modeling paste already in my stash from my painting days, I also had some black acrylic paint and a palette knife. I mixed a 50:50 ratio of paint to modeling paste, fixed the stencil in place on some strong black cardstock with some masking tape and applied the paste mix with a palette knife. It's pretty straightforward, I removed the stencil and left it to dry. Being slightly impatient I gave it a helping hand with my heat gun! Turned out ok and I love the texture and feel.
I added some die cut letters and applied some Glossy Accents. The flower I made using Spellbinders Rose Creations dies and Core'dinations cardstock, the centre I quilled and added some fringed paper around it. The Charcoal twine is from SRM Sticker and the stamps are from Waltzingmouse Stamps, I used Memento Luxe Dandelion ink (love these inks!).
I love how this card turned out! Sorry about the bad lighting, it's been so dark here, we've had very wet and dreary weather with very little sunshine.