CASE My Collection: Christmas Greetings

It’s been a little while since I’ve made a CASE of my own collection. The first card you see I made some time ago and I remember very little about the actual products that went in to this card, but I do remember I loved the DSP and wanted to showcase it in a unique way. If I dug through my staff of Christmas DSP (I rarely sell or donate anything Christmas related) I bet I could find some of the DSP to use again!

Below is the card that I made using all currently available Stampin’ Up! products. I changed the main color scheme from Real Red to Garden Green and the base from Whisper White to Very Vanilla. I used the same basic layout and added some rhinestones to a little sparkle! The only thing I didn’t do that I would do if/when I make a card like this again is to use the Subtle 3D Embossing Folder on the main panel to create just a little more interest.

Thank you so much for visiting me today! I have cleaning out my craft room and hopefully I’ll come across more cards that I just loved when I made them and need to CASE now!

CASE: Party Wishes and Piece of Cake

I found this card I made in 2016 using products that were available in that years Occasions Catalog while I was cleaning and organizing my stamp room recently. This stamp set Party Wishes was one of my favorites and I really loved how this card turned out using coordinating DSP and embellishments. Since I love a good sketch I decided to CASE (copy and share everything or copy and selectively edit) this card with currently available Stampin’ Up! products!

I used the Piece of Cake bundle from the 2019 Occasions Catalog that is available for 10% off until June 3, 2019 when the Occasions Catalog ends. I used the Brights 6″ x 6″ DSP Stack from the 2018-2019 Annual Catalog. The stripes and dots will be retiring June 3, 2019, but there will be new patterns available in this stack in the new Annual Catalog!

I wanted to make this card in a masculine color scheme since those types of cards are harder for me to create! I used Pacific Point as my base color, Poppy Parade, and Old Olive to accent. I created the scallop boarder in my new card using the Decorative Ribbon Boarder Punch and a stripe of Old Olive Cardstock. I used linen thread and Frosted Epoxy Droplets to embellish my card.

All supplies are from my Stampin’ Up! store. You can visit here or click the individual links for the products above.

Thank you for visiting today and please check back for more ideas and inspiration.