CASE Stampin’ Up! Seasonal Catalogue 2014

I’ve discussed the meaning of CASE before – Copy and Share Everything, really its what we do all the time; see something and take it as inspiration for our own project whether that be something really similar to someone elses or quite different.

Today I’ve used a card from the Stampin’ Up! Seasonal Catalogue for my inspiration. I’ve stuck to it quite closely really, but a few details are changed. I used this as my Make and Take project for my Stampin’ Party a few weeks ago, the ladies had a great time making this card and I’m sure you will too! The links to the products used are at the end of this post, and a link to my shop is on the right hand side of this page.

Stampin' Up! UK Festival of Trees

So you can find this card (and the supplies neccessary to create it) on page 25 of the Stampin’ Up! Seasonal Autumn Winter Catalogue for 2014. The original uses some of the gorgeous Cherry Cobble 1″ Sheer Linen Ribbon, but in the interests of keeping things simple, I swapped the ribbon for a piece of Real Red cardstock. The Tree is stamping in Old Olive (the same colour as the card base), and then the Real Red dots are stamped over the top. Stampin’ Up! make this technique really easy with their photopolymer stamps, allowing you to see through the stamp to line it up with the image underneath. The star is stamped in Daffodil Delight, and punched out with the star from the Itty Bitty Accents punch pack (oh, how much do I love those punches!)



We had great fun making these at my latest Stampin’ Party! If you live in Teesside, and what to make these, why not arrange a Stampin’ Party and we can make these together!


Hannah Wilks

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

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