Parisian Flourish CASE

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Today, we’ll show you Connie’s version of the card I challenged her to CASE! She used the Parisian Flourish Embossing Folder for her card.

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The Challenge

I challenged Connie to CASE (Copy and Selectively Edit) this card from page 45 of the new January-June 2022 Mini Catalog.


From Connie

For my card I decided to use products from the Annual Catalogue, so you will find everything there.

Parisian Flourish CASE Lead

Parisian Flourish CASE

I started with the Parisian Flourish 3D Embossing Folder, and applied Night of Navy ink to one side. I placed my Fresh Freesia cardstock inside, and embossed. This made the background of my cardstock Night of Navy, and the embossed part is Fresh Freesia.

This is a fun and easy technique and can be done with any Embossing Folder and on either side of the folder for different looks.  Once embossed, I cut the cardstock  into 3 1/2 x 3/4 inch strips.

I used 1/4 inch strips of Fresh Freesia on the base of my Thick Basic White card base.

I cut one of the Square Vellum Doilies in half, and put half at each edge of my card base.

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My embossed strips were attached randomly across, and the sentiment pieces were popped up on top with Dimensionals. I used two stamp sets for my sentiment pieces, Artistically Inked and A Wish For Everything.

I embellished the card with lots of pretty shine from the sequins in the Expressions In Ink Ephemera Pack.

Parisian Flourish Case Detail

The Fixin’s

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Rainbow of Happiness CASE

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Today’s FAB Stampers post is another CASE (Copy and Selectively Edit) card. I’ve chosen the Rainbow of Happiness Bundle for my card.

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The Challenge

My friend, Connie, recently challenged me to CASE the catalogs. She chose a card from the Annual Catalog, and we both made cards using her selection as inspiration. You can see those cards here and here. Now, it’s MY TURN!

The Sample CASE Card

I selected this card from page 45 of the new January-June 2022 Mini Catalog. It has a lot of elements, so I thought it would be a great one to switch up a bit.


Rainbow of Happiness Case

I used the Rainbow of Happiness Bundle to make my card, which is based on the sample above. In addition to the bundle, I used the Sunshine and Rainbows 6×6 DSP. You can get this paper FREE during Sale-a-bration with a qualifying order.

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How It’s Made

I used a Pool Party card base (5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″, folded in half). Instead of the small ribbon, I used the border die from the Brilliant Rainbow dies to cut two strips of Bermuda Bay. Next, I adhered these across the card base, leaving a little room in between to attach a narrow strip of Melon Mambo cardstock.

Instead of the stamped tile strips, I used five 1″ x 3″ strips of the Sunshine and Rainbows DSP. I adhered these to the card using Dimensionals.

Next, instead of the vellum panel on the sample, I used the new Cloud Punch to punch a few vellum clouds and adhered them with glue dots. I placed the glue dots where they wouldn’t be seen.

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I fussy cut the rainbow from one of the DSP sheets. Then, I punched clouds from both Basic White and Pool Party, layered them together, and glued them to the bottom of the rainbow.

I stamped the greeting in Bermuda Bay ink on a Basic White scrap and cut it out using a die from the Stitched Rectangles dies. This was glued onto the clouds.

I adhered the rainbow with cardstock clouds over the vellum clouds using Dimensionals. To finish it off, I added three Basic Rhinestones that I colored with the Dark Bermuda Bay Blends.

Rainbow of Happiness Detail

A New Look!

Although I used the basic design of the card from the catalog, you can see that my card looks A LOT different! That’s the fun of CASEing!

I hope you’ll try it! Use one of the cards we’ve picked or pick another card and make it your own. I’d love to see what you do.

The Fixin’s

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Be sure to stop by on Monday to see Connie’s CASE of the above card.

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Friendly Hello CASE

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Another Happy New Year Case

This week, Connie challenged me to CASE a card from the current Annual Catalog.  She picked this card, which can be found on page 111, and I’ll be using the Friendly Hello Bundle for my card.

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Friendly Hello Bundle

Friendly Hello Bundle

I chose to use the Friendly Hello bundle from the new Sale-a-bration brochure, which goes LIVE on January 4th.  This bundle contains a stamp set and coordinating DSP.  You can get this bundle FREE with a qualifying order during January and February!

Hello Friend CASE

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I used colors included in the Friendly Hello DSP.  I chose Fresh Freesia for my card base, which is 5 ½” x 8 ½”, folded in half.

Instead of layering strips directly on the card base like the sample, I chose to add an extra panel of Shaded Spruce, cut to 4” x 5 ¼”.  The strips of DSP measure 1 ¼” x 5 ¼”, 5/8” x 5 ¼”, and 1” x 5 ¼”, and are adhered directly onto the Shaded Spruce Panel.  This panel is adhered to the card base.


Friendly Hello Detail

I stamped the Hello friend greeting in Shaded Spruce on Basic White and cut it out using a die from the Stitched Rectangles Die.  Then, I used the next largest die in the same set to cut a Shaded Spruce rectangle.  I ran Stampin’ Seal just in the center of the Shaded Spruce rectangle, folded a piece of Fresh Freesia ribbon and adhered it to the rectangle.  Then, I used Dimensionals to pop up the greeting over the ribbon. 

The Shaded Spruce rectangle was adhered directly over the DSP.  Of course, no project is complete without a little bling, so I added three Loose Flower Flourishes to finish it off.

The fixin’s

Thanks for visiting

You can see how different my card is from Connie’s, even though we used the same card sample as inspiration!

If you’re in the USA, and need a demonstrator, I’d love to help in any way I can.  And, if you’d like to BE a demonstrator, I’d love to have you on my team.


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