What is casing the catty? Stampin’ Up encourages us the copy the project in the catalog! CASE stands for Copy And Share Everything! Here are the 3 cards I cased!
These can be found on page 5 of the annual catalog. Below is a list with products used for card 1. Technique used: Stamping off see card 2 for details on this technique!
CARD 1 This card is great for the beginner.
Take your note card and stamp on front its that easy!
CARD 2 For the intermediate card maker.
This time you will make your own card base.
Take a sheet of coastal cabana and using your trimmer cut at 5 1/2 on long side and fold in half. Save other half for card 3
take a piece of whiper white cardstock and cut to 2 by 3 1/2 and stamp the stalks first using the largest first in granny apple green stamp off on scrap then onto your cardstock this gives you a lighter color. Then use your second stalk image full strength (no stamping off) over top of lighter image
Stamp your flower images.
Stamp your thank you on another scrap of whisper white and punch with the tailored tap punch.
Adhere thank you to stamped image with dimensionals.
next you will need a piece of Tropical Escape designer series paper 2 1/2 by 3
Use snail adhesive and center your DSP and place on card then repeat with your stamped image.
Card 2 complete. Feel free to stamp whatever you like on the inside.
CARD 3 For the advanced card maker!
You will need a die cutting machine. Stampin’ Up offers the BIGSHOT!
Make your own card base as above.
Stamp your flower image as above. Stamp your card base as above with the long splotch image in aline on front of card.
Take a scrap piece of shimmery white and aqua painter and ink to make a wash for tag
Stamp out your thank you and cut using punch
Cut out the large framelits of flowers using a die cut machine. Ahere the die cut using Tombo to front of card.
layer DSP, Stamped image and ribbon. Take your ribbon and place between you flower image and your tag using dimensionals. Card 3 complete!