City Crafter - Corrosive Style!

First, I want to say that I found a great challenge blog that offered the perfect color inspiration this week so I had to play along. City Crafter offers some fun and unique challenges and I plan on playing again and again!

Also, this week at Corrosive Challenges, we have a really different challenge for you. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to CASE one of the DT and create your card based on one of us. Maybe it will be me? To CASE a card, you simply pick one you like, change up the image, papers, one thing or many things and make the card your own based on the design elements you see on the DT card. Make sense?

As for those of us on the DT, we CASEd each other for this assignment. My inspiration came from fellow DT member, Anita, and her card HERE. This is my version, based on her layout:

Between the layout inspiration I got from Anita and the color palette from City Crafter, this was a fairly easy card to create! Love that!

Image is from Papertrey Ink, ribbon is from my stash and I don't know the source of the paper - sorry!

I hope you will try your hand at these fun challenges this week. And have a wonderful and safe Halloween! This is the last of the jack-o-lantern cards for me so start watching for a lot of Christmas to start popping up on this blog! Until next time -



Janet said...

super card! love it:)

Krista said...

beautiful job coloring the fillers image. the colors for this whole card are gorgeous

Ros said...

This is absolutely delicious!! Fabulous card and a great entry for our challenge ... glad you played along with us this week at CCCB

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

This is awesome, beautiful DP, especially the one with the wood grain, glad you found us and able to play along this week at CCCB!

Unknown said...

What a wonderful card.. perfect for our challenge.. Thanks for playing along with us at CCCB!

cnelson said...

This is so beautiful!! Thank you for joining us at CCCB!

Joanne Leddy said...

Love this card! The images are great and the paper is wonderful! Nice job - thanks for sharing!