Thursday, 6 September 2012

Christmas CASE-fest



Playing with the new Scentsational Season bundle, I went on a shameless CASE-fest. I find it easier to “borrow” ideas from other people when I have lots of new supplies to play with – otherwise I can easily get overwhelmed.

I loved this gorgeous card by US demonstrator Jill Hilliard, who made this for her Convention swap – I’d have been thrilled to receive this as a swap!

When CASEing, I try to change at least one thing from the inspiration card, so I used different strips of paper, added some ribbon, left off the greeting and finished it off with a button and pearl. Small changes but it kept my conscience clear, LOL.

Loving these stamps and framelits by the way – and in this catty, you can buy them as a bundle at a discount.

Stamps: Scentsational Season
Cardstock: Soft Suede, Crumb Cake, Whisper White
Paper: Snow Festival
Ink: Soft Suede
Accessories: Big Shot, Holiday Collection framelits, regals buttons, basic pearls, scallop dotted ribbon – Cherry Cobbler

All products by Stampin’ Up!®

3 comments:

  1. Lovely card Helen, missed you at Leadership on Saturday!! Julie x

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  2. Sweet card! Love the colours too!

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  3. Why reinvent a perfectly good design?! Your card is wonderful and I love the bright cheerful colors against the browns, and the sweet button and pearl! Fabulous card!

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