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Hey ya'll!!  TGIF!!   And it's time for another installment of our CASE the DT Challenges!!  I so love doing these!  I work on an awesome, oh so talented DT, and they inspire me all the time!  So I thoroughly enjoy looking through their gallery and picking out a card to CASE...which is HARD!! 

This is how this works...I will give you one of the DT's names, along with a link to their gallery here on StampTV and you can choose ANY card of theirs to CASE.  Just tell us which card, either by giving us the title of the card you CASEd or the link to the actual card of the DT member we are doing that week.  There are a few simple rules to this and they are:


1.  You need to change 2 or more things on the card.  Colors, image used, add more bling, take away bling, etc....

2.  You will need to provide the title of the card or a link to the card that you CASEd.

3.   Have fun!!  :D

For today, and next in line is the oh so talented and sweet Deb Felts!!  Here is the link to Deb's gallery:




I just love everything Deb creates...she has an eclectic style like me I think!   And I had a hard time deciding which card to CASE, so I did two, lol!  Here is my first one:


And Deb's card I CASEd:


I basically kept the same layout that Deb did...different colors, only one daisy, some twine!  LOVE it!   I think it will brighten somebody's day!  :D


And then I did this one too:


And Deb's card:


Again, basically kept the same layout, different colors, image and I used DP.   I did a bit heavier sponging on mine I think too, and had to do the doodling around the edge of the panel under the image, that is a perfect touch to me!


And remember, you do NOT have to show the actual card of  Deb's you CASEd, just the title or a link to it!  Just remember, you must CASE DEB!!  Not Gina or any other DT!


Now it's your turn!  Go and browse Deb's gallery and CASE one (or more!) of her awesome creations!   Here is all the small print!

Please create and upload a new project for this challenge and it can only be entered into this challenge here on StampTV to be eligible for a prize. However, you can use it for challenges outside of StampTV. If you use Gina K. Designs stamps, your name will go into the drawing twice.


Be sure and have your project uploaded to our gallery here on StampTV using the tag STVFRICT6  by  8:00PM CST, Sept. 29th, Thursday night.


Here you can find all the entries for this challenge:



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EEK!  CASEing you guys is always so intimidating!  You are all so talented!
LOVE your cards, Cat!  You  used some of my favorites of Asela's stamps!  :)  Can't wait to see what everyone comes up with!
Great CASES Cat!  Here is mine.  I love this challenge!!
Deb, I'm going to apologize, but I sort of blended two of your cards.  This is for my father-in-law's birthday.
You did a wonderful job of CASEing.  Deb has so many beautiful cards to choose from.

Here's my card from Deb's gallery:

Birthday CASE


Here's Deb's card that I CASE'd:

Follow Your Dreams

Deb has a fabulous gallery...I've been following her blog for a long time!  Here's my card:

I love Deb's cards, so it was difficult deciding which one to case.  I chose this one.

I used a patterned paper instead of an embossed one, used hooly leaves instead of a bird, used a different color combo and made it a Christmas card.

You can see it HERE.

One Two Buckle My Shoe  Deb has so many wonderful cards in her gallery it was difficult to choose.  I am working on a second,  Great Inspiration.

Fun challenge, hard to choose between so many beautiful cards.


Smiles Sher

HERE is mine. I did 2 since I did one of Gina's before I read every thing  LOL
I CASED Deb's Merry & Bright card. Here is my rendition and my changes are a different fold to the card, no rounded corners, a wider ribbon and of course, different pattern paper.Also I did not make my saying into an ornament but basically I did follow the same sketch pattern.


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