Can you believe another month has passed? The months are flying by, baby Finn is now 12 weeks old – time goes so fast!
We decided our theme this month would be to case projects in the new annual catalogue. Our catalogue, aside from being a full inventory of all the wonderful products we have, is also a fantastic idea book jammed full of inspiration for your crafting projects. CASE is a term very popular amongst Stampin’ Up demonstrators. It stands for Copy and Share Everything. We demos regularly post pictures of our work online and welcome other demonstrators to CASE them ie copy them or be inspired by them. We like to be credited as the original designer but are more than happy for other demonstrators or customers to use our designs as inspiration. This month we are using the catalogue itself as our inspiration.
Firstly, I decided to make a frame for Finn’s bedroom inspired by the frame pictured on p. 38.
Here is the original …
And here is my version. I’ve used Something for Baby and the Baby First framelits like in the original picture frame and I’ve added elements from the Project Life accessory kit Hello Baby Boy. I’ve used Sahara Sand as it complimented my photo better and also Mint Macaron and So Saffron inspired by the kit.
Next up, is a beautiful card I found on p. 95 using the gorgeous English Garden DSP.
I loved the original so much, I haven’t really changed a lot about it. I just used my Hello You Thinlits and Crazy About You stamp set – which are available as a 15% off bundle! I just love this DSP and the butterfly is punched from the pattern on the reverse.
Finally, here is a card I spotted on p.11. I don’t have the stamp set that was used in the original but I thought the great Ronald McDonald House charity set would suit.
So here is the original
and here is my version.
I’ve stamped the frosting image on watercolour paper and just used my aqua painter to bleed the colour a little. I thought I would show you a nifty trick with the sentiment. This is a die in the Circle Card Thinlits – but this will also work with other dies and punches such as the Decorative Label Punch.
I’ve die cut 2 pieces as shown.
Take your paper snips and one opposite ends, cut into 4 pieces on the outside of the ‘bump’s. Then take the second piece, and do the same but this time on the inside of the bumps. I hope the photo explains what I mean about the ‘bumps’.
Then adhere the four pieces behind your die-cut sentiment. There will be a very slight overlap but it’s not that noticeable.
I hope we’ve inspired you with our projects this morning, please do continue your tour. Emily is next and she always has some great projects to show.
Lesley – Lelly Jelly’s Stamp and Scrap
Louise – Stampin Delight
Here is a list of everything used in the three projects – with three very different projects, it’s a long list! But clicking on the item will takw you direct to my shop.
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Enjoy your tour and until next time,