‘Hello’ Card – A CASEd Project

Hi once again,

Today I am sharing a project that I CASEd from the 214 Stampin’ Up! catalogue. CASEd means to Copy And Share Everything 🙂

Inspiration from the 2014 Stampin' Up! calendar.

Inspiration from the 2014 Stampin’ Up! calendar.

Now, I do not own all the products used in the original catalogue project, but that is where CASE-ing comes into its own. You can be inspired by the projects layout or colour scheme, or want to copy it exactly the same way. Of course if you do CASE a project and wish to share it on social media, then it is always good to credit the original maker, and, if possible link to it too.

So here follows the photos of my card; You will see the changes that I made and where I substituted the items that I didn’t have, for the ones that I did.

I made this card in two different colour ways.

I made this card in two different colour ways.

A close up of the card design.

A close up of the card design.

Both colour ways plus the original inspiration.

Both colour ways plus the original inspiration.

The envelopes were decorated to co-ordinate.

I decorated the cards interior to match the exterior.

Coordinating envelopes.

Coordinating envelopes.

I hope that this post has been helpful and inspiring; I will be back with more projects very soon.

Take care and Happy Crafting!!

Jenny 🙂

About JenniferRabbit

I am an avid crafter and will try any artistic medium that I can :)
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2 Responses to ‘Hello’ Card – A CASEd Project

  1. The cards look great Jennifer. Very crafty.

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