Time out – glorious bird

Hi Everyone!

I’m back with my second card as guest designer for the current Time Out challenge. The theme of the challenge is to CASE a card created by the talented Beverley Brown. Here’s my second take on it! I used my distress inks to create a blended striped rainbow background and added a die cut from Sizzix. I finished off the card with a sentiment stamp from Ellen Hutson and a few sequins!

Do stop by the Time Out challenge blog and check out more inspiration from the fabulous design team! I hope you can play along too!

Thanks for stopping by!



  1. Thank you for being our guest designer at TIME OUT! Both cards are really appealling with all the gorgeous collors! And you show perfectly how much you can do with one casecard!


  2. A gorgeous soft rainbow, Lucie … the flourishy black die cut is so dramatic against it … what a wonderful CASE! Thanks so much for inspiring our players as Guest Designer at Time Out! Anita 🙂


  3. Your blended rainbow is beautifully done. That fantastic die cut bird is perfectly placed amid those wonderful stripes of color. Another beautiful CASE of Bev’s card. It has been a pleasure to have you designing with us at Time Out!!! Thanks for sharing your awesome talent!


  4. Your softly blended rainbow is lovely, and that bird is so dramatic. Very inspiring. Thanks so much for being our Guest Designer at Time Out.


  5. Hi Lucie, I am so sorry it has taken me so lone to comment but I have been away but thus card is a joy, what a lovely subtle background and that makes the black die really add drama, love it and so pleased you were our GD for this challenge xx


  6. I truly love the blend of colors in your background and that dramatic black die cut looks amazing… An unique CASE and a wonderful card! Thanks so much for being our fabulous guest designer!


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