I have CASEd myself! My card for you today is similar to the last card I posted. (See my Lacy Sympathy card HERE, made for The Perfect Sentiment blog challenge HERE).
The layout is basically the same: A square card, sentiment towards the bottom of the card, with lace tied behind it and a special bird above it.
There are many differences in the specifics, however. In my sentiment I used layers. I also did dry embossing rather than heat embossing.
I didn't use any flowers (I know- pretty rare for me!) but instead I tied a gold tone cross to the lace as my special embellishment.
So as you can see, CASE-ing (Copy And Share Everything) doesn't have to mean to copy exactly. By switching things around a little and changing colors, patterns, and embellishments you can make lots of varying cards from following one basic example. So next time you don't "feel the mojo" remember that you don't necessarily need to look any further than to your own cards for inspiration: maybe you just need to CASE yourself!
Stamps: From Our Daily Bread Designs Get Well set
Ink: Stampin' Up! Always Artichoke; Crumb Cake
C/S: Stampin' Up! Always Artichoke; Kraft' Very Vanilla
Patterned Paper: K&Company; Vintage sheet music book
Embellishments: Cotton lace; Stampin' Up! Bird punch; Spellbinders Labels 6 dies; cross charm; pearls by ZVA Creative; Cuttlebug Swiss Dots embossing folder; distressing tool; dimensionals