Today I have Part 2 of my “Amazing Catty Case”. If you didn’t see my post yesterday, you can click here to take a look.
The card above is my third card and is a CASE of the third card of the “You Are Amazing” Project Kit on page 7 in the January – June 2021 Mini Catalog. Below is the third card from the catty that I CASE’d. I had so much fun “playing with patterns”. Let’s talk about what I did.
- I kept the polka dot background.
- Since I didn’t have the tag top punch or the die for the bottom edge of the tag in Stampin’ Up!’s card, I created a large banner with Night of Navy cardstock and my Triple Banner Punch.
- I kept the rest of the card design similar, but I added a little flagged banner to the bottom of my circle.
- Stampin’ Up! used Baker’s Twine as an embellishment. I used Playing With Patterns Resin Dots.
Below is my version of the fourth card in Stampin’ Up!’s “You Are Amazing” Project Kit.
And here is Stampin’ Up!’s fourth and final card.
Here’s how I CASE’d the card above:
- I kept the striped pattern for the card base layer with a striped pattern from Playing With Patterns DSP.
- I added the same vertical strip down the center of the card as Stampin’ Up! did, but I used Night of Navy cardstock.
- I created a patterned paper flagged banner with more patterned paper from Playing With Patterns (I had fun playing with these patterns… really!)
- I tried using my Stitched Rectangle Dies to create a similar sentiment layer, but my sentiment sat better on a square.
- Stampin’ Up! used Baker’s Twine to embellish their card and I used more Playing With Patterns Resin Dots.
As a recap, below are my cards from yesterday’s post along with the cards I CASE’d from Stampin’ Up!
This is the first card I CASE’d from the You Are Amazing Project Kit. This card was featured in yesterday’s post.
Stampin’ Up!’s card is below.
And here is the second card I CASE’d from the project kit. This card was featured in yesterday’s post.
Below is Stampin’ Up!’s catalog version.
I wanted to write this post to show how easy and how much fun it can be to CASE. CASEing can get those creative juices flowing for you and you can have fun enjoying the process of substituting, mixing and matching. Take a look at the great patterns in the Playing With Patterns Designer Series Paper pack. Another good DSP that comes to mind are the patterns in the Dandy Garden DSP. If you don’t have a plentiful patterned Designer Series Paper Pack, click on the link to my online store and take a look at the great selection Stampin’ Up! has created for you.
Enjoy the PDF tutorials I’ve provided for you and I would love to hear your comments on my CASE’d parade of projects.
So, get yourself that one special Stampin’ Up! Designer Series Paper pack, print out these tutorials and have a fun creative CASEing party!
…the only limitation is your imagination!
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Less is more. These are simple but pretty. I may have to case all four of them.
These colors Deb! I need this DSP!!