Case Study #161 - Matryoshka Doll

Elena Roussakis is the October Muse at Case Study this week and the challenge is based on her beautiful Matryoshka Doll Cards.

Case Study #161 - Matryoshka Doll Card

The cards in the inspiration photo are just gorgeous and so are all the samples from the Case Study DT.  I was inspired to make a card using digital punches.

My card pieces were designed using digital downloads (owl, wide oval, scallop oval and circle punches) from MDS and then cut out with my Silhouette Cameo.  

The DSP is Garden Gingham, the ribbon is Island Indigo (retired SAB) and the cheeks of the doll have been sponged daubed with some Pink Pirouette Ink. A stamp from Layered Labels was used for the sentiment.


Thanks for stopping by,
PS: A huge thanks to Chupa and the DT at Case Study for this award.  It made my day!


Anne-Marie said…
Oooh wow, what a great idea! Love this cutie! Thanks for sharing!
Michelle said…
So clever, Bronwyn! Your matryoshka is gorgeous!
Jeanne J. said…
What a sweet shaped card! It makes me happy just looking at it - and your colors are wonderful - the pink and yellow with that pretty satin bow that matches the blue inked sentiment!
Sandie C said…
Gorgeous card. I have always been fond of these dolls and have some wooden ones that stack inside each other due to my Russian background.

Are these coming out as a kit??? Hint! Hint! Hint!
Jean Martin said…
Congratulations on your win! This is absolutely fabulous!