CASE Study 3rd Anniversary Blog Hop (8-1)

CS anniversary badgeHi all!

Thrilled to be joining the lovely bunch over at the CASE Study challenge for their 3rd anniversary blog hop.

You should have arrived from the blog of sweet Barbara Anders! If you are just joining the hop, welcome!

I dig the CASE Study folks because (1) they super nice and are all about just having fun and crafting and (2) they encourage being inspired by others! Every week, they draw inspiration from another crafter. It’s always fun to see what inspired them and how they turn that inspiration into a new project!

For the hop, we were invited to pick something or someone who inspires us.Ā  And I was really inspired by the first sentiment on this Work Hard piece of graphic design work by Mary Parkis. I really loved the treatment she gave the letters so I wanted to mimic that look somewhat.

So meet my “inspired” card! šŸ™‚


Here’s how I got the multi-colored look.

First, I die-cut the grateful phrase from good old white cardstock. (By the way, the die is from Papertrey Ink.)


I set it on scratch paper and then I started rubbing my super juicy, Hero Arts neon inks all over them.


First one color. Then the next.


I kept going until I got something like this.



That’s what I have for you!

Next stop on the hop is the blog of (super awesome) Laura Bassen!

Happy hopping!

123 thoughts on “CASE Study 3rd Anniversary Blog Hop (8-1)

  1. OMG how I dig you too, girl! This is super a-mah-zing! I just picked my first neon ink the other day and after seeing this I think I need a few cubes… totally loving this look!
    Thank you for joining us for the Anniversary!! ā¤

  2. Loving this effect! I have not tried this and I have some Papertrey Ink dies that that would be perfect for!!! Thanks for the inspiration! I think I will take the Autumn thankful and do the same treatment!!! Awesome ideas (again, I am getting Giddy!)

    Great work for the Anniversary Blog hop!!
    -Kimberly Wiener

  3. COOL card! I like the HA neon inks and they look terrific on this card! TFS your cool card and great idea. šŸ™‚

  4. Hi Terri! another wonderful card of yours! you chose the most beautiful colors! love your card, it makes me smile šŸ™‚

  5. Love how you showed us the transformation on the die cut sentiment, wonderfully done in the neon inks and such an impactful card. Love the “splotches” of the matching ink colours too!

  6. Your card reminds me of the Indian holiday – Holi– Festival of colors… Love all that brightness. TFS!

  7. This card is so juicy wonderful. LOVE the neon rainbow effect. Just an incredible overall look. Thanks.

  8. Fantastic card! Love the colors!!! Thank you for sharing how you graduated the colors on the diecut. How did you do the splotches???

  9. Hello Teri! This card is so fabulous! I love your style in general though. šŸ˜‰ Been an email follower for some time now. šŸ™‚ Awesome inspiration. Thanks for the quick tutorial as well!

  10. I’ve never been a big fan of neon but after seeing your card I’m tempted to give it a go. BTW, you do great ‘splattering’.

  11. Such a bright cheerful card. I love the way you did the rainbow effect on the “grateful”.

  12. I love the colour treatment on the “grateful” word. So cheerful and pretty! Thanks for sharing your talent with us!

  13. So many things I love about this card. The brightness, the sentiment also bring the focal point, & the triple layer of white. Screams fun but professional. Great job

  14. Loving so many things about your card: 1st the neon “grateful” is great (I love my HA neon inks too) AND I love the splatter of ink in the corners! Thanks so much for the inspiration šŸ™‚

  15. the mixed ink trend is everywhere and it look’s so hard – thanks for sharing how easy it is! what an awesome card – blessings, bon

  16. I can see that I need some neon inks now. Love your brightly colored “grateful” and ink splatters in the corners. Great card, Teri!

  17. This is just beautiful. I love the bright colors. I have had these ink pads on my list for a long time. Now I must get them. Like the way you inked up the word grateful.

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