Today’s CASE hand stamped card was created with the Peaceful Cabin Bundle by Stampin’ Up! Each Thursday I share a card I CASED. When you CASE, you can copy it exactly, or selectively edit it by changing the stamp set, colors or both. My goal is to show you how you can use papercrafting supplies you may already have to create a card you like, even if you don’t have the same stamp set or colors.
There are more differences than similarities in today’s CASE card. The similar thing is the choice of Peaceful Place Designer Series Paper and the Peaceful Cabin Bundle. The sample is simply stamped, I choose to add some color to my cabin.
The Stampin’ Up! sample used the dies to cut out the trees to create a silhouette, I choose to stamp and cut the trees. The card still seemed like it needed something more so I added the cute little fox and fence to complete my card.
Remember last week I told you how my friend Sue and I got together for a stamping day? This is the card she created that day. She wanted to take it from winter to summer.
The Peaceful Cabin is shown with the gorgeous Peaceful Place Designer Series Paper which screams winter! But don’t let that limit you to just using this set in the colder months. Add some Old Olive Ink like Sue did for summer or Cajun Craze to create a card for fall. The designer paper for Sue’s background is Beauty of the earth.
Peaceful Cabin Bundle
Bundle and save 10% when you purchase the Peaceful Cabin Stamp Set and Cabin Dies together (156816). And if you like everything on pages 36 and 37 of the July – Dec 2021 Mini Catalog you can order it all with one easy number for the collection (156277).
simple stamping steps and measurments
- Mossy Meadow (base): 5 1/2″ 8 1/2″ scored at 4 1/4″
- Basic White (trees): 4″ x 5 1/4″
- (cabin): 2 3/4″ x 5 1/4″
- (fence & fox)1″ x 3 1/4″
- (words): 3/8″ x 2 3/4″
- Designer Series Paper: 4″ x 5 1/4″
- Fold the Mossy Meadow Cardstock on the score mark to create card base.
- Stamp the trees in Mossy Meadow on the Basic White paper and cut out with the coordinating Cabin Die.
- Glue the trees to the designer paper.
- With Early Espresso ink stamp the cabin on Basic White.
- Take your Stampin’ Up! Blender Pen ( or a wet watercolor brush) and go over the main cabin image to blend the stamped ink.
- Adhere the cabin to the designer series and trees with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
- For the fox stamp him in Craze then stamp the fence in Early Espresso Ink and cut them out with the coordinating dies.
- Glue the fence to the lower left-hand corner below the fence.
- Adhere the fox to the right of the trees with a Mini Stampin’ Dimensional.
- Stamp the words in Early Espresso Ink and cut each end of at an angle.
- Adhere the words to the lower right-hand corner with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
Check out a card my Border Buddy Alison Solven shared on Instagram. She posts some great cards so be sure and follow her.
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