Hey everyone! Welcome to another CASE-ing Tuesday!! I hope your week is going well. If this is your first time in my neck of the woods, welcome and 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 this morning to see what we are casing (copy and share everything)? If not, here’s a look at the sample and the sketch:
Don’t you just love that stamp set?? So as you can tell, I really changed my take up quite a bit. 🙂
Ever have one of those, I really can’t think moments when creating? Well, that was my moment when I sit down to create my take on the sample. If you look closely at the sample, you can see it is one piece of DSP, so that’s what I decided to do with mine. I chose a piece of the Waves of the Ocean DSP and added it to a Pacific Point card base. I then cut my Basic White scrap to the measurements of the sketch and stamped the wave from the stamp set in Balmy Blue ink. I then took a a blending brush and blended on some Pacific Point ink. I think it really gives the wave some depth. Next I stamped the sentiment in Pacific Point ink. I stamped it a little on the crooked side, but it looks like it’s following the water line, so I left it. Next I inked the bird stamp in Smoky Slate ink and stamped the bird three times without reinking. I felt the stamped wave got lost in the DSP when I started to add it to the card front, to instead, I added it to a 3 1/2″ x 4 5/8″ piece of Balmy Blue cardstock. Next, I added some of the Waves Basic Rhinestones for bling. Sadly, the rhinestones are no longer available, so I am glad I saved some.
For the inside of the card, I stamped the wave in Balmy Blue ink, stamping off first and colored it lightly with the blending brush. Then I stamped the sentiment at the bottom like the card front. That layer measures 3 3/4″ x 5″, which was a scrap.
And don’t forget your envelope! I repeated the wave image so that it all ties together.
Now it’s your turn. Create your take on this week’s sample and share it with us over at the Facebook Group. You can create it exactly like the sample or sketch, or change it up. You can change it up a little or a lot, it’s all up to you! That’s the fun part of casing, you get to create it the way YOU want to! Then share it with us in the comments on today’s post. We would love to see your creation!
Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope you have a great Tuesday!