Its Thursday's Just in CASE Series.
My Border Buddy Alison and I both CASE a card and share it each Thursday. One of the fun parts for us is we don't know until you do which card each other has cased.
CASE = COPY AND SHARE EVERYTHING
Left: Stampin' Up! Concept Artists Card page 99 Annual Catalog ~~~ Right: My CASE
CASEing is when you pick out a card and either copy it exactly or change up the stamp set or colors or maybe even both, but if you go too far you are then creating your very own card and just are inspired by the card or project you started to CASE.
For my card today I kept the base of the card the same (Night of Navy Cardstock), I changed up the washi tape and stamp set giving it a totally different look.
Affectionately Yours Suite Products
There is everything to love about the retiring Affectionately Yours Designer Washi Tape. The designs are terrific and it is so versatile and simple just tear and tape! And while supplies last you can get all 5 of these spools of tape for only $4.80. Each roll has 5 yards of tape, it's an amazing deal.
It coordinates beautifully with the retiring Affectionately Yours Specialty Designer Series Paper that is also on sale for only $9.10. Summer is just around the corner and this paper is perfect for some summer stamping!
Each package contains...
- 12 sheets, 2 each of 5 double-sided designs and 1 each of 2 single-sided designs with foil
- 12" x 12" (30.5 x 30.5 cm)
- Acid free & Lignin free
Coordinating colors: Crumb Cake, copper, Cucumber Crush, Daffodil Delight, Mint Macaron, Night of Navy, Watermelon Wonder
The birthday greeting is from one of my new favorite birthday stamp sets Big on Birthdays. The flower is from Falling Flowers and cut out with the coordinating May Flower Framelits Dies. Both the stamp set and framelits are carried over into the new catalog that goes live June 1.
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Do you ever CASE cards or do you create them on your own - would love to hear from you just comment here.
Hop on over to Alison's blog and check out what card she cased today!
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