Have you CASEd a card lately? That means…copy and share everything. If you have one of the new catalogs, you will find multiple samples and ideas on every single page! I have so many projects from the catalog that I want to make, I’m not sure that I’ll need to make any of my own!
Makeing A CASEd Card Your Own:
When I case a card, I almost never copy it exactly. Many times it’s because I don’t have the exact materials. This time, it was because I wanted to use the Tape It stamp set for a background and I do love those little butterflies. The picture that I started from used one of the new designer papers for the background and a small flower from the sentiment set punched with the coordinating punch! I also added the linen thread detail…it’s just such a hot trend right now, I couldn’t resist.
As graduation approaches, I find myself in need of the 3 x 3″ gift cards and this one is just perfect.
- I stamped the Tape It images on whisper white and then attached them to my dark card base. I wanted to use bright colors on the card.
- I also stamped a couple of the Tape It images twice. They are aligned under my banner so you can’t see the seam. You can hide seams between images with ribbon or twine as well. Sometimes I don’t bother to hide them because you often just don’t notice them.
- I also stamped my butterfly onto whisper white. In the card I cased this from, the flower was stamped with Bermuda Bay ink on Bermuda Bay card stock.
Product List (Click on each picture for more information or to purchase online from mystampingstore.com!)
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Have a wonderful day. If you’re looking for inspiration, try CASEing a card!