Tuesday, November 5, 2013

May I Have this Dance?


This is a special day for the Crafty Gals blog group. It's the 5th of the month, which means we have our monthly CASE. This month we're CASE'ing Diane. But before I show you my CASE, I want to tell you about the {PIN}Spirational Challenge that begins today.


http://www.pinspirationalchallenges.blogspot.com/


November 5 - 11


The sponsors for this challenge are 



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THANK YOU to both of the sponsors! We appreciate you so much!


Here is the photo to {PIN}Spire us this week:



I used a Kenny K image to create my card:










Here's the inside of my card:


I hope you'll play along with the {PIN}Spirational Challenge this week!


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The CASE of Diane!


Each month the Crafty Gals CASE one of our own. Melina, our leader, tells us who we'll be CASE'ing; then we head off to that member's blog and look for something to CASE. I had such fun exploring Diane's blog because she has such gorgeous cards! I had such a difficult time choosing one. I mean, really! Take a look at this. And this one, too. I also love this card.

I finally settled on this card for my CASE. The funny thing is, I was just looking at the pictures; not reading the posts at all. It wasn't until after I'd made my card for the CASE that I discovered the card of Diane's that I CASE'd was actually the card she made last year for the theme that I challenged the Crafty Gals to use.


So... I CASE'd the cute little Elmo of Diane's card, and this is what I made...


An Elmo card!


And not just Elmo... he also needed friends!




Here's Cookie Monster:




And Big Bird:




And Oscar the Grouch:



Now, let's head over to the other Crafty Gal blogs and see what they CASE'd of Diane's. You can find the links to their blogs in my left sidebar.

I'm so glad you've stopped by my blog today!


Image: Kenny K
Ink: Copic Markers
Cardstock: Recollections Black and Staples White
Designer Paper: vendor unknown
Embellishments: Prima Flower, Stampin' UP! Organdy Ribbon, Stickles Glitter Glue and a Brad from an unknown vendor

11 comments:

Tracey Fehr said...

Wow Jeanette! Love, love, love that wedding card! So much fun, and different than the usual serious wedding project! Just awesome! And the Sesame Street Gang...too adorable!
Hugs,
Tracey

jimlynn said...

ALL are cute, cute, cute!! Love the wedding card with that "bump and grind" going on! The punch art gang are adorable!
Lynn

:: BlueInks :: said...

You have been busy!!! Such cute projects. I love the result on the punch art. Only you....

Maxine D said...

Love your 'Pinspirational' card Jeanette - great image and you have used it to make a really fun card.
You really have been on a roll with the shaped cards - love them!!
Blessings
Maxine

Barb said...

Great Cards Jeanette! I love the challenge card--that image is such a hoot.

I love the CASE of a CASE that you did--not once, but twice. I am sure that Diane will love it!

Darlene said...

Oh my!!! I think your wedding card is over the top!!! How fun and it's just adorable!

The Sesame Street gang are too darned cute! Love the primary colors, they just pop! Love love LOVE them all!

Melina said...

These are so cute! The image in that first card is darling! I've never seen it before. :)
Your characters are WONDERFUL! What a great way to honor Diane! Thanks so much for being a part of the Crafty Gals Blog Group! :)

Marcy said...

Great wedding card! I love the fun Kenny K image and the colors you used. The sesame street cards are adorable! Wish I knew how to make these when my son had his Sesame Street party when he was two! So cute! Looking forward to getting to know you more through IDOP! :)

Diane said...

Wonderful wedding card and fun group of Elmo's friends.

Hugs Diane

Tania said...

I always love to see more whimsical wedding cards. This one is lovely. The Sesame Street cards are terrific, too.

Diane Clark-Sutton said...

OMG. Your Sesame Street cards are too cute. I may have to CASE you CASEing me. They are adorable. Thanks for honoring me this month.

The wedding card image is too funny. Great job on that card too.

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