Hi, crafty peeps! Today I had the privilege of giving a presentation to ESL students in the Language Academy program at West LA college. The topic was my hobby which is card making. I brought some of the supplies that I use for card making and several of my handmade cards to show. Most of the students seemed interested, and I was able to answer all their questions. I was so pleased to share my experiences of paper crafting with the teacher and the students. It made my day! 😀


Okay, this is the card that I’m sharing tonight. I made this for the CASE Study challenge #157. I haven’t been able to play along in a while so I was thrilled to get the opportunity this afternoon. I tried to capture the lengths of color strips on Kathy Racoosin’s card.

To create this card, I first cut the six strips in different colors from Papertrey Ink and arranged them in order on a card base. The sentiment from Stylish Sentiments: Birthday was added in the last strip using white embossing powder. I almost put some die-cut flowers on my card. But I’m glad I kept it clean and simple. What do you think? Is it too simple?

Thanks for stopping by today! Happy crafting!

May Park

11 thoughts on “CASE Study #157: Birthday Card

  1. Hey May! Thanks also for linking this up to the Color Media Challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I’m so glad you joined in on all the fun there as well! 🙂

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