Today, I’m blog hopping again with the lovely ladies from Australia, and if you think I misspelled the word catalog, I didn’t! In Australia, it’s spelled catalogue. I’ve learned so many fun words from my friends “down under”.
In this blog hop, we are Casing the Catalog (okay, I’m back to US spelling). If you haven’t tried this, it’s a great way to get your creative juices flowing. CASE means Copy And Share Everything, and Stampin’ Up! encourages you to use their designs for inspiration. To Case the catalog, you simply pick a sample, and re-make it using different colors, stamps, etc. to put your own “spin” on the card. What you end up with may look nothing like the sample, and that’s ok, too!
I live in the Bluegrass State (hence the name Bluegrass Stamper), the Commonwealth of Kentucky, where we have been making Bourbon for over 200 years. We even have a Bourbon trail, where you can visit the distilleries and sample their wares.
When I first saw Stampin’ Up!’s new annual catalog, the Whiskey Business stamp set was at the top of my Wish List! I decided to use it for my CASE today.
The card I used for inspiration is found on page 59 of the Annual Catalog. It’s the green one with the deer in the bottom right corner of this picture.
Here’s my take using the Whiskey Business stamp set.
Here’s the fixin’s:
8 thoughts on “Freshly Brewed Projects Blog Hop – Case the Catalogue”
Great card, Jeanne. Just love this stamp set. Thanks for hopping with us and for sharing
Thank you, Libby! It’s been fun.
Hi Jeanne, love your take on the CASE and it’s so nice to hear about the connection to where you live. Beautiful colour choice for this card and awesome card for “the boys”.
Thank you, Ann!
Oh I love it! This is such a cool card, I’m off to case your version! xx
Thank you! Case away!!
This was one of my first choices as well. I’ve made two cards with the set. If you’d like to see them, I’ll send you links. I love your CASE of the catalog. I rarely think to do that. I will be CASEing yours for sure!
Thank you! I’m glad you liked this card. I’d love to see yours!