I rarely CASE (Copy And Share Everything) cards but here I am sharing CASEd cards two weeks in a row! But really, why not make the most of the Stampin’ Up! designers?
Here’s the card Stampin’ Up! showed us how to make at OnStage Online using Dragonfly Garden, the coordinating Dragonflies Punch, and the coordinating Dandy Garden 6″ x 6″ Designer Series Paper. It’s truly a beautiful card! Even this one I changed a little bit. The little dragonflies were supposed to be just white card stock. I used some of the Designer Series Paper.
Today I wanted to make some quick thank you cards for my customers. I decided to change this card up a bit by trading the Smoky Slate layer for white, I changed the greeting, and I punched a large and small dragonfly from the Dandy Garden Designer Series Paper. I also made the squares just a bit smaller.
But then I wanted to try the Dandy Garden Memories & More Cards & Envelopes. They are so beautiful! But they are for a vertical card, not a horizontal one. That meant a few more adjustments.
Click here for the free detailed directions and watch the video below.
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I also used Gidget’s Bow Maker. You can get one by sending her $12 through PayPal.
Here are the new Basic White products as well as the Mini Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine.
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