Welcome to another CASE-ing Tuesday! I hope your week is going well. If this is your first time stopping by my neck of the woods, welcome and please be sure to join my email list here to keep up on all the scrappy news around here. So, in case you haven’t been by the CASE-ing Tuesday Facebook Group yet this morning to check out what we’re casing (copy and share everything), here is a look at the sample and the sketch:

Isn’t that a cute card? I love those bunnies, but I had the Playing in the Rain bundle sitting on my desk, so I decided to use that one. Here’s a look at mine:

I didn’t stray much from the original card, even using the same piece of DSP from the Rain or Shine pack, just decided to change up the colors a bit. I used a Mango Melody card base and added my piece of DSP with Stampin’ Seal Adhesive. The frame, that was created with the Stitched Rectangle dies, was created from a scrap of Early Espresso cardstock. I die cut that adorable turtle from the DSP and added him with dimensionals and then placed the frame over it all with Mini Dimensionals. I then die cut a small scrap of Old Olive with the grass die and added it with another Mini Dimensional. Since the piece of DSP was so sun-shiny, I decided to use the Sale-a-bration stamp set, Sending Support, for my sentiments. I stamped it all in Early Espresso ink. My sentiment strip was also added with dimensionals. And of course, I had to add rhinestones for my bling.

For the inside, I had a scrap of Basic White that measures 3 3/4″ x 5″ and stamped my sentiment, also from the Sending Support. Then I added the leftover strip off of the piece I trimmed for the front and added it to the inside layer.

And don’t forget to decorate your envelope!

Now it’s your turn! Join us over at the CT Facebook Group. Create your take and post it in the comments of this week’s challenge. We would love to have you  join us! And don’t forget – there’s only one week left of Sale-a-bration, so if you still have items you want to get for FREE!, don’t wait! I hope you have a great rest of your week and I thank you for stopping by.

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