Let’s CASE the Catalogue (Bamboo Beauty)

by Kylie

Hi everyone, today I am sharing a beautiful card CASEd (Copy And Share Everything) directly from the 2022-2023 Annual Catalogue. You can see the original on page 86. The card features the lovely Bamboo Beauty stamp set. It also features the stamping off technique. Have you tried this before? It’s super easy!

Start by creating the card base from Mint Macaron cardstock. Stamp the small icon stamp in Mint Macaron ink but make sure you stamp on scrap paper first as you don’t want the ink to be full strength. Repeat this process until you have covered as much of the base of the card as you want.

Next, take a panel of Basic White cardstock and trim it to size. Ink up the bamboo stamp and then stamp on scrap paper before stamping onto the panel. This is called stamping off but you might also hear the term second-generation used too. I used Mint Macaron, Old Olive and Crushed Curry inks. The leaves were stamped directly onto my panel without stamping off first. This is known as the first generation.

The sentiment is also from the Bamboo Beauty stamp set and I inked it up with Crushed Curry ink and stamped it directly onto Basic White cardstock. It was then trimmed to size.

The next step was to assemble the card. I adhered the main panel directly to my card base with Seal but popped up the sentiment with Stampin’ Dimensionals.

I wanted to add a few Pearls to the card and coloured them with Old Olive Stampin’ Blends to tie in with the colours of the card.

Here’s the card…

I think this is a really lovely card and it was quite quick to make too. This is another card where you could whip up a few in one sitting and then have them ready for when you need them.

The Bamboo Beauty stamp set and all the rest of the supplies you need to make this card can be found in my online store.

Thanks so much for stopping by!  Hope you have a great day!

Happy Stamping, Kylie

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