Welcome to another CASE-ing Tuesday! I hope your week is going well. If this is your first time here in my little neck of the woods, please be sure to join my email list here 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? That is created with a bundle I don’t have at the moment, but I plan on getting it very soon! The sketch shows that the sample is actually the size of one of our note cards. I decided to change it up on my take and add the same size layers to a Basic Black card base that measures 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″, scored at 4 1/4″, or commonly known as an A2 size card. Even better – all of the elements to my card are left over scraps! Woo hoo!! Best way to use them up!! Even the Linen Thread bow was left from another project!
I added the 3 1/2″ x 5″ piece of Coastal Cabana cardstock that had been embossed with the Timeworn Type 3D Embossing Folder to the card base with Stampin’ Seal. Next I had a piece of the Abigail Rose DSP that I trimmed to the measurements and added it to the card with more Seal. I then die cut a scrap of Very Vanilla with the largest circle die from the Stylish Shapes die set. I stamped the sentiment from the Cottage Rose stamp set in Coastal Cabana ink and then added the die cut flower (in Basic Black cardstock) to the circle with some Liquid All Purpose Glue. I added the Linen Thread bow with a Mini Glue Dot. The bling is actually some of the 21/23 In Color Opals in Soft Succulent. They go perfectly!! My 1/2″ x 4 3/4″ pieces are in Vellum cardstock and were also scraps. I added them to the circle with Seal and then attached it to the card front with dimensionals.
For the inside, I stamped the large flower image from the set in Memento ink, stamping off first and the sentiment in Coastal Cabana ink. By stamping the flower this way, it really looks like the DSP.
And don’t forget to decorate your envelope! By adding the DSP to the envelope flap it not only ties the whole project together, but is a great way to showoff that beautiful paper!
Now it’s your turn! Create your take on this week’s sample and share it with us over at the CT Facebook Group. You can create it exactly like the sample or change it up like I did. That’s the fun part of casing – you get to make it your way!
Thank you so much for stopping by today. I hope I was able to inspire you enough that you share a project with us! Have a great Tuesday and be sure to take time for YOU!