Welcome to another CASE-ing Tuesday!! I hope your week is going well. If this is your first time stopping by my little blog, welcome and please be sure to join my email list to keep up on all the scrappy news around here. So have you had a chance to stop by the CASE-ing Tuesday Facebook Group to see what we are casing (copy and share everything)? If not, here’s a look at the sample card and the sketch:


I don’t know why, but I really struggled with this week’s sketch. As you can tell, I REALLY changed it up! In fact, the final card was actually my third take on the sketch.

I decided that since the two background layers were both 2″ wide, I would just make it one strip of DSP. Then I changed it up even more and created it in a portrait style card and eliminated the sentiment strip. I chose a Pebbled Path card base and went with a strip of the 2023/2025 In Color DSP that measures 2″ x 5 1/2″ and attached it with Stampin’ Seal Adhesive. I decided to die cut the basket from a scrap of Pebbled Path and then added some Pebbled Path ink around the base of the basket with a dauber. Next I stamped the yarn in Lost Lagoon and die cut and attached it to the basket. I thought the yarn got lost on my 2″ x 3″ piece of Basic White, so I die cut the embroidery hoop in Pebbled Path so that I could use the stitched circle from it and attached the basket with dimensionals. I then stamped my sentiment in Lost Lagoon at the base of the piece, added some adhesive to the back and then added a piece of the Lost Lagoon ribbon behind it. I attached it to the card front with dimensionals and added my stitched circle with basket with more dimensionals. Next I die cut the button and heart in Lost Lagoon and added them to the card with Mini Glue Dots and finished it off with two rhinestones.

For the inside, I chose a left over piece of Basic White cardstock that measures 3 3/4″ x 5″  and added a piece of 1/2″ x 5″ of the DSP and stamped my sentiment in Lost Lagoon ink.

And don’t forget to decorate your envelope! I added some more DSP to the flap with Seal.

Now it’s your turn. Create you take on this week’s sample or sketch and share it on the Facebook Group. You can create it just like the sample or change it up a little or a lot. That’s the fun part of casing – it’s all up to you!

Thank you so much for stopping by today. I hope I was able to inspire you. If there’s anything I used today that you would like to add to your collection, just head over to my online store here to shop. I hope you have a great Tuesday!

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