Hi everyone, one of the things I’ve been enjoying lately is CASE-ing (Copy And Share Everything) the designs in the catalogues. It makes me think outside my usual way of creating. It also helps me when my mojo seems to be on vacation.
I’m using the All That You Are stamp set again. Isn’t it a beautiful stamp set!? I loved both of the card examples featured on page 3 of the Occasions catalogue and knew I would be CASE-ing them both in due course. What I liked about the card I am sharing today is that there is no colouring (and you all know how much I enjoy colouring) but the card is full of happy colours.
I started with a sheet of Balmy Blue cardstock and cut, scored and folded it to make my card base. Next up I inked up the large floral image in the All That You Are stamp set with Balmy Blue ink and repeatedly stamped it over the card base. I LOVE how this looks.
I grabbed a couple of different colours of cardstock – Flirty Flamingo, Petal Pink, Daffodil Delight and Granny Apple Green. I stamped out some of the floral images and then used the coordinating dies from the Frosted Bouquet Framelits dies. Yes! This die set does coordinate with the All That You Are stamp set too. How cool is that?! I also die cut some leaves using the Rose Trellis die set. The next step was to stamp the sentiment, cut some vellum and then layer all the bits and pieces together and voila it was finished. My card isn’t exactly the same as the one featured in the catalogue but it does come pretty close.
Here’s the card…
Oh and here’s a little hint too. I usually use the Banner Triple Punch to create my banner but I had put it away and I was too lazy to go and get it. On my craft table, I still had the Tailored Tag Punch so I used this to create the banner look. It was so easy!
I really admire the designers whose cards feature in the different Stampin’ Up! catalogues. They create the most beautiful cards and it is a real delight to recreate their designs or to simply be inspired by their creations. I hope you too are inspired to CASE a card and put your own spin on it.
Thanks so much for stopping by! Hope you have a great day!
Listed below are the supplies used to create the above project. If the stamp set comes in different types (such as clear mount and wood mount) or as a bundle, I link to all.