Sunday, 17 April 2016

Crazy Crafters Blog Hop-CASEing Brian King

April brings a lot of exciting events. Dawn Griffith joined our blog hop 2 weeks ago and today we are CASEing Brian King!!!  He has plenty of fantastic projects to CASE and my choice is this bright and fun card.

I used DSP instead of card stock. Just because I already had some left overs of Going Places DSP. I cut DSP into 1/4 strip as Brian did. Then Just glued them on Very Vanilla card stock. There was no planning for which DSP strip goes first or second but I think it looks all right.  Because these strips are from same DSP pack so they all coordinate one another.

I pretty much copied Brian's design. This is great to use up all the scraps you've kept. Even the tiny bits can be used.

I decorated inside as well.

My CASEing Brian King project. I hope he likes it. 
Thank you for visiting my blog and taking a part in Crazy Crafters Blog Hop today. You are at Satomi Wellard.

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    1. Fiona, thank you for stopping by and leaving me a comment !

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  2. Great use of the DSP very creative. Angexxx

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    1. Than you, Angie, for your sweet comment.

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  3. Great follow through with the inside Satomi, love the colours & layout too

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    1. Thank you, Kim! I'm happy you like it.

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  4. Such an awesome card Satomi.....those papers look great

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    1. Thank you for visiting my blog and your sweet comment.

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  5. Amazing Satomi, DSP looks fab, great colours

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  6. Great minds CASE alike. Looks great.

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    1. Thank you for coming to my blog, Rosalie.

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  7. Great CASE Satomi! This would make a fantastic bloke card. xoxo

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    1. Yes, my husband would love it. Thank you for leaving a comment.

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  8. I love your card, such a great way to use up bits! I love the use of that Going Places DSP too, I'm not a huge fan of it, but I LOVE the little strips!

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    1. Yes, you're right. It's great way to use up bits and not so big fan DSP. Thank you for visiting my blog, Nicole.

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  9. Looks great-would love to try this technique.

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    1. It didn't take much time to make a pattern so please give a go. I would love to see your version.

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  10. What an awesome card! I love the use of DSP and they way you've dressed the inside of the card!

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    1. Thank you, Stephanie. Yes, the inside matters.

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  11. WOW Satomi - i love the dedication to piece together this card - simply awesome!!!

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    1. Actually it didn't take much because I wasn't thinking much about the design! I had fun and sticky fingers.

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  12. What a great use of this DSP! I've been a bit stumped by it. I just ordered the stamp set and now have a great idea to use it!

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    1. Marcia, thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a sweet comment. I appreciate it.

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  13. Great card, Satomi! Your combination of patterns and colors works perfectly with this fun technique. So glad you liked it - I love what you did with it. I'm so thrilled to participate in this hop with you and your team! Thanks!

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    1. Brian,I didn't expect to get a comment from you. You don't know how excited I am right now!!!! BRIAN KING on my blog.....thank you so much for being a part of this hop!

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  14. I just love this card & your choice of DSP! Xx

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    1. Thank you, Jessie. I'm glad you like it.

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    1. Karen, thank you very much for visiting my blog and leaving a comment

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  16. Looks amazing Satomi! Love the colours and great way to use up our DSP left overs. Will surely try this great technique out. :)

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    1. Thank you for visiting my blog, Juan. I always admire your work. I'm really happy you like it.Looking forward to your take on this technique!

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  17. Great card Satomi. A perfect use for all those little scraps that we can never throw away.

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    1. Thank you for commenting on my card, Kirsten. It's really nice feeling to make all the little scraps useful.

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  18. Awe I love this, great male card

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    1. Thank you for your sweet comment, Angela.

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