Happy Tuesday everyone and welcome to another CASE-ing Tuesday! If this is your first time here, I am so glad you stopped by and please be sure to join my email list to keep up on all the scrappy news around here. Have you been over to the CASE-ing Tuesday Facebook Group yet this morning to see what we are casing (copy and share everything)? If not, here’s a look at the sample and the sketch:
Isn’t that a cute card using the new Flowering Cactus Product Medley. I don’t have that one yet, and since I had the Sweet Ice Cream Bundle sitting on my desk, I decided to create my take on this week’s sample.
I followed the sketch for all my measurements except for the sentiment flag, which measures 1″ x 2 1/2″. All of the pieces for today’s card were scraps that were sitting on my desk as I have been designing cards for my birthday card class this Saturday. So, I chose my piece of DSP and my card base and glued them together usind my Stampin’ Seal adhesive. I then stamped the ice cream scoop in Blushing Bride ink that I stamped off first to lighten the color. I added some sprinkles in Cider Cinnamon ink and then punched it out. For the cone, I punced a piece of the DSP and attached them together also with Stampin’ Seal. Next I cut out my circle from a scrap of Basic White using one of the circle dies from the Layering Circles Die set, and then using one of my Blending Brushes, added some Bermuda Bay ink. I then added the circle to the DSP with dimensionals and then the ice cream cone with more dimensionals. I had a strip of Blushing Bride cardstock, trimmed it to measure and flagged the ends with the Banners Pick a Punch. I stamped the sentiment on the scrap of Basic White that I had trimmed and flagged the ends and added it to the Blushing Bride with Stampin’ Seal and then both to the card front with dimensionals. For my bling, I sprinkled on some Elegant Faceted Gems.
For the inside, I had a strip of the samp DSP that I trimmed to 1/2″ x 3 1/4″ and attached it at the top. I stamped the sentiment in Cinnamon Cider ink and then glued it to the inside of the card base.
Don’t forget your envelope! I attached a scrap of the same DSP to the flap and trimmed it to fit. I love the look of an envelope like this! It really brings the whole project together.
Now it’s your turn! Create your take on this week’s sample and share it with us over at the FB Group. You can create it exactly as is, or change it up a little or a lot. That’s what is so much fun about casing, you get to create it your way! If you aren’t a member of the group yet, not a problem; just request to join. We would love to have you come and play along with us!
Thank you so much stopping by and I hope you have a terrific Tuesday!