Monday, June 15, 2020

This or That? Arrange a Wreath Best Wishes Card

Last week, I CASEd this card from the Annual Catalog to demonstrate during my Thursday Night Stamp Therapy. I love all the ideas in the catalog and CASE them quite often. What does CASE stand for? Some people say "Copy And Share Everything" or "Copy And Steal Everything", but I prefer "Copy And Selectively Edit". Essentially, you copy of the idea and make changes to fit the supplies that you have. Here's my card:

Stampin' Up! Arrange a Wreath Catalog CASE ~ 2020-2021 Annual Catalog ~ #stampinup

And here's the inspiration card from the catalog on page 127.

Stampin' Up! Arrange a Wreath Card  ~ 2020-2021 Annual Catalog ~#stampinup

I changed the colors (and used three of the gorgeous new In Colors), but kept the same layout. I couldn't decide whether or not to use the die cut on top of the stamped wreath. Which way do you prefer it?
Stampin' Up! Arrange a Wreath Catalog CASE  ~ 2020-2021 Annual Catalog ~ #stampinup

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1 comment:

artgranny said...

I like your card on the left and personally I think both of your cards are prettier than the SU book version :)