Let's take an adventure into the wild as I show and tell you what CASEing is. CASE is a term you may have heard me say often. CASE stands for Create And Share Everything. So as we all create and share our projects on social media, we are inviting others in the stamping and paper crafting community to draw inspiration from our projects. We can CASE card layouts, scrapbook layouts, color combinations, stamping techniques, and more. I would encourage all of you then to share what you make. For it is in sharing that we all grow and learn. That is what I love most about being a part of Stampin' Up! and the paper crafting community. We all have something to share, and we all have jf to learn, and together we can enjoy stamping and paper crafting for years to come.
Click here for supply list and cutting dimensions to make the Tidings of Christmas card below.
As you can see in the photos below, I kept the same basic layout for each of the two birthday cards but changed up the Designer Series Paper, color combination, die cut label for the sentiments, and added embellishments.
I do not own the coordinating stamp set and dies for the In The Wild Designer Series Paper but was easily able to fussy cut the tiger from the DSP with my Paper Snips. The rhinestone is one of five colors from the Holiday Rhinestones.
- Card base = 5 1/2" x 8 1/2", score at 4 1/4" on long side, fold in half.
- Basic White inside = 5 1/4" x 4"
- Card stock layer = 5 1/8" x 3 7/8"
- DSP layer = 5" x 3 3/4"
- 3 card stock strips = 1 1/4" x 3 1/4" each
Stampin' Up! products used – Click on any link below to be directed to my online store.
In The Wild Designer Series Paper is one of 9 DSP's from our Annual Catalog and Online Store that is currently on sale for 15% off retail price. What a great savings! Hurry to take advantage of this DSP Sale as there is only 1 week left.
Designer Series Paper Sale ends August 2nd.
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Have a great day. It's a very hot and humid one here in central Ohio.