Stampin Up

Here is a card I “Cased”, created with the fabulous “Foil Frenzy” designer series paper

In my last post I mentioned what it means to “case” a card and how it is often a great way to get creative ideas of your own. Lots of us Stampers look at other card designs and then create our own version.

In my last post I shared this card….

I had gotten the idea from two other Stampers. But my favorite design was actually from (see her video tutorial here).

So now I decided to create a very similar card using the same designer series paper that Dawn used, but then I did make a couple of changes just as I did in my “test” card. I used a different greeting because I intend to use this card for an upcoming anniversary celebration. I also used one of the other paper designs. I just love the geometric angles I really like the shiny, shimmery Tangerine Tango colored foil.

What do you all think? Do you love this paper as much as I do? Would you try this design or would you change it a little more? Please let me know what changes you would make.

You flip it open to the top…and the outside greeting is still showing on the inside…

Here’s a close up…I added Rhinestone Jewels to mine.

Thank you to Dawn for her beautiful and fun card design. She may not be aware of my blog, but I am sure she has inspired many with her design.

Thanks to you for visiting my blog and happy stamping!


Mary K Shields ©Stampin’ Up!®

***update. I just wanted to include a photo with a quick tip on how I used the layering circles framelits to create this card layout. Once you have the solid color layer cut to size, you can put the 3 framelits together like this. It will cut one circle to put behind the greeting circle and then it will create the scallop frame for the outside of the card. You will have one tiny thin circle leftover that I did not use for this layout.

I am using “Lemon Line Twist” cardstock in the above photo. The card in this post used “Pumpkin Pie”

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