Wednesday, May 15, 2013

CASE Study 141 - Quilted Mom

First I wanted to share some happy news.  Our fearless leader Iwona, A.K.A. Chupa from Random Acts of Creativity and creator of CASE Study is a new mom of baby Julia - I hope you will visit her blog and share a little love - she's got lots of great pics of her and baby there! Now back to business... Are you loving Case Study this month or what? Our muse this month is Maile Belles from Simply Stamped! Pure clean and simple goodness here folks so no excuses! 

Check out the inspiration photo! Just work with what inspires you - could be the pattern, the colors, maybe its the hearts. Just make something inspired by the photo and link it up over at the Case Study Challenge I was immediately attracted to the repeating pattern and that's the way I went. I grabbed a quilt pattern - got stamping!  I hand fun playing with colors and stamping each little section of the quilt.  I tried to pick up some of the colors from the inspiration photo including the pop of turquoise that I got with the pin.  Hopefully you can see how the original photo inspired me to come up with this.  The same ... yet... different.  Right?
Hop on over to the rest of the CASE design team sites to get even more inspired.

And our special guest designer this month Erin Schulte from Create Erin's Blog!

Have a great day and I hope I see you at CASE Study!


Supplies Used: 
Stamps:  Lil Inkers Stamps Darling Diamond 
Die Mom Lil Inkers
Impression Plate Circles & Diamonds Stitched Pattern Lil Inkers
Card Stock Papertrey Ink White, Vintage Cream, Pure Poppy
Pin:  Ribbon Reel
Button Twine Ivory May Arts
Ink:  Memento Pear Tart, Cantaloupe, Tangelo, Dandelion, Love Letter, Stampin Up! Pretty In Pink


Joyce said...

I just love this. It is so beautiful. I can just imagine how wonderful this would look as a quilt. And, I don't have these stamps, but something kind of similar from WPlus9, and you are giving me all sorts of ideas for that set.

~Tammy~ said...

This is gorgeous! I love the background of bright and beautiful colors! That stick pin looks great behind the sentiment!

Marybeth said...

This is beautiful Jeanne! Looks like a lot of work! Thanks for sharing the happy news, cant wait to take a peek at the new little one.

Deborah Frings said...

Wow - so bold and beautiful! Love the diecut name and sweet pin!

Christina said...

What a beautiful quilt! Love the bright mix of colors you used.