Welcome to another CASE-ing Tuesday! Don’t you just love Tuesdays? Have you seen today’s sample over on the CASE-ing Tuesday Facebook Group? If not, here’s what we are casing today:

Isn’t that a pretty card? I love the colors in this sample. I’m sad that the Delightful Daisy DSP is sold out because it was such beautiful paper. Hopefully you got yours before it was gone. So here are the measurements on my card:

  • Card base in Blushing Bride cut at 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″, scored at 4 1/4″
  • Blushing Bride layer cut at 5 1/4″ x 4″ and embossed with the Ruffled Embossing Folder
  • Sweet Soiree DSP cut with the largest oval from the Stitched Shapes Framelits
  • Vellum cardstock cut at 1″ x 3″

I knew I wanted to use something different, so I pulled out the Sweet Soiree DSP. That paper is some of favorite from the Occasions Catalog. I wanted a soft card, so I chose Blushing Bride. After I embossed the layer, I tied a piece of the Organza Ribbon around it, then adhered it to the card base. I punched out some leaves in Pear Pizzazz and Vellum cardstocks with the Leaf Punch and cut out some silver foil stems with the Flourish Thinlets. I added them to the back of the oval with some Snail adhesive, added some dimensionals and added it to the card front. I stamped the sentiment from the Flourishing Phrases stamp set in Rich Razzleberry ink on the Vellum strip. Since that tends to smear, I added some Clear embossing powder and heat set it. To adhere it I added a couple of Mini Glue Dots behind the a in thank and the o in you so they wouldn’t show. Then I sprinkled on some Glitter Enamel Dots to add some extra bling.

Now it’s your turn. Create your take on today’s sample. That’s the fun part about casing, you can create it exactly as the original, change it up a lot or change it up a little, it’s all up to you! We would love to have you come over to the Facebook Group and play along. If you aren’t a member of the group, that’s okay, just request to join and then you too can see all the beautiful creations that have been posted.

Thank you for stopping by and I hope you have a great day!

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