Friday, March 9, 2012

You're My Type of Friend

Yesterday, I was very lucky to get a treat from Erin (go over and check out her awesome blog!).  I loved the letterpress cards she had been making so she sent me some to try.  When I saw the CASE Study inspiration card below, I had an idea pop into my head very quickly.  And...it actually translated into what I wanted it to be.  Don't you love when that happens?  To make this, I inked the edges of the middle panel slightly.  I cut an oval out of a post it to mask the table for the typewriter, inked up the typewrite and sentiment.  Then I punched a circle out of the letterpress Erin sent and attached it to each side with a touch of stitching...and that was it.  A CAS card that I need to put into the mail to my college roommate, Michelle.
And that's all for today...happy Friday to you all!
 

19 comments:

  1. LOVE this card Lynn! Absolutely beautiful, clean and crisp. :)

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  2. Love this, Lynn. Perfect soft colors, and the touch of letterpress cardstock is fab! I just had a note from one of my college roomies, and I think I need to make her a card, too! Thank you for always leaving such sweet comments on my blog - I appreciate your well-wishes.. let's bring on a relaxing weekend! Hugs!

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  3. Love it - so different!!!

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  4. Ooh, love this, Lynn! The bit of letterpress and stitching add just the right bit of texture. Love the punny sentiment and muted tones, too. Thanks for joining us again at CASE Study!

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  5. that panel is amazing!! Love the inking on it and the typewriter image and font :) I know that feeling you got when things translate from the brain to paper :) It's all about the process :) True stamping bliss :) I'm having my coffee in my SB Ohio mug I picked up on the way to SAF that morning :) I use it often and always think of you and your family :) Have a great day :)

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  6. Your friend will just love this, Lynn. The letterpress panels are beautiful. :)

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  7. love how the half circles framed the main panel.

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  8. Way to get inky girlfriend! Love how you used the letterpress piece and what a fun card... my college roomie currently lives in Armenia and would LOVE this card. Maybe I'll channel you :)

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  9. What an awesome take on. The CASE card, Lynn! I love the way you split the letterpress panel and masked the table. Fab!

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  10. This post didn't show up to comment on last night, so I apologize for the delay here! I'm amazed at the way you've used the letterpress samples, so unique!

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  11. So beautiful!! Love your use of the image and Erin's letterpress sample! GREAT idea to do the masking for the typewriter!

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  12. Oh, I love your card, Lynn! The stitching is so cute, and I love the typewriter. :) Hope you have a great weekend!! **hugs**

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  13. oooooh, pretty. love that letterpress effect.

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  14. Love both of your cards, Lynn! Neat how you did your clovers tone on tone! :)

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  15. Neat card, Lynn! I love it when an idea comes together so perfectly. Well done. :)

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  16. The letterpress card is paired to perfection with the vintage typewriter! So cool and a fabulous take on our CASE study!
    Thanks for playing along with us :)
    Hugs!
    Aimes
    x

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  17. Great CAS card - I like your take on the inspiration - totally made it your own. The stitching is a great addition!

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  18. Wonderful CAS card! I love that it has a vintage touch to it. Thanks for sharing with us at CASE Study Challenge! :)

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