Thursday, April 10, 2014

CASE Study Challenge #186

 Before we start, a bit of news:
We're holding a Design Team search and a special challenge that comes with it, on the 14th of April and which will continue until the end of the month. 
If you can see yourself in this great group of creative souls then you don't want to miss it!

Welcome to another challenge with our April Muse, Jaclyn Miller! Here's what we're up for this week... Any fan of Jax will recognize this piece of awesomeness in a wink.

As always, come the second week of the month, we've got a gentle reminder...

The search is now on for our next Month-Long Guest Designer!
If you'd like to be considered for joining us in May, type "GD" next to your name when linking up your entry. Good luck!!
Here's what our fabulous Design Team came up with:

Jaclyn Miller - April Muse

Catherine Pooler - April Guest Designer

Amy Wanford (Aimes)

Now all you have to do is play with us!
Here's the scoop:
1. Create a paper crafting project (card, layout, off-the-page item), based on provided inspiration (being a featured creation, made by our Muse).
2. Post your creation to your blog or an online gallery, and link it here with the inlinkz widget below. Please provide a direct link to your post, not an entire blog.
3. A new challenge is being posted every Thursday at 12.01 AM EST, and you've got until midnight on Tuesday to submit your entry.
4. You may enter as many times as you like, but you're asked to provide a newly designed project.
5. We will choose the authors of four most impressive creations, who will be awarded the Winner and Top 3 awards. In addition, there might be a person chosen randomly from the list of players, who will receive the prize provided by the sponsor - if there is one.
We will announce the winners on Wednesday.
6. If you'd like to be considered for our next month-long Guest Designer, put "GD" next to your name when linking up your project (only valid on every second challenge of the month).
7. Above all, have fun - and be inspired!


  1. Omgosh! I knew you'd choose this one! Definitely a challenge to case such a masterpiece!

  2. Wow! The last one was quite tricky, this one is even trickier! Will try and have a go :)

  3. Oh my, this one was truly a challenge for me! Loved the inspiration though!

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