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Tuesday, August 7, 2012


Good morning, Stampers!

I have been hearing a lot about CASEing lately and thought I would share with you what CASEing is.  Being a demonstrator with Stampin' Up! we get a monthly magazine (Stampin' Success) full of ideas and tips to help us with our business.  This month, one of the articles is about CASEing. 
CASEing case (kas) v. CopyAndShare(or Steal)Everything: In the world of papercrafting, there is no shame in copying; in fact, we encourage it!  CASEing is an easy way to come up with a project quickly, and there's more than one way to CASE.  You can copy a project exactly (be sure to give credit to the originator), or you can switch out some of the elements to adapt it for different needs.
So, here is my CASE from this issue of Stampin' Success:

I did change a few of elements on this card.  The banner is wider, sentiment is different, the sizes of basic pearls are different.  But other than that, the card is the same.

Would you like to start getting your own copy of Stampin' Success?  Just contact me and I will tell you how.

My Stampin' Supplies

  • Stamp Sets
    • Sweet Essentials
    • Woodgrain
  • Card Stock
    • Soft Suede
    • Crumb Cake
    • Midnight Muse
    • So Saffron
    • Rose Red
  • Designers Series Paper (DSP)
    • First Edition
    • Floral District
  • Classic Stampin' Ink Pad
    • Early Espresso
  • Accessories
    • Vera Mark Ink Pad
    • White Embossing Powder
    • Basic Pearls
    • Neutrals Button Collection
    • Linen Thread
  • Tools
    • Simply Scoring Tool
    • Heat Tool
    • 2 1/2" Circle Punch
    • 1 3/4" Scallop Punch
    • Big Shot
    • Beautiful Wings Embosslit
  • Adhesive
    • Multipurpose Liquid Glue
    • SNAIL
Thank you for visiting today.  I enjoy reading your comments below.  Please come back again soon.

Until next time...

Happy Stamping,



Helen said...

Sweet card, Teri. I love it. You did a great job.

Helen said...

Sweet card, Teri. I love it.