Copy and Share Everything
Copy and share everything, simply put CASE, makes creating your hand crafted projects so much easier.
Have you ever lost your mojo, or had a brain freeze when you go to create a card? Well, there is an answer for these dilemmas. It’s called CASE, or copy and share everything. Stampin’ Up!’s annual catalogue has so many ideas that you couldn’t possibly create everything that is shown. For some people, their creative juices flow freely, for others not so freely.
Just turn the pages in Stampin’ Up!’s catalogues and there is sure to be something that draws you in. It may be the stamp set, the colours, and/or the embellishments that intrigue you. There is no shame when you have to copy and share everything.
That is exactly what happened to me when I came to use the Awesomely Artistic stamp set. When I saw this stamp set in the new catalogue, I just had to add it to my collection. When I opened it and got to creating with it, I didn’t know what to do with it. Yes, creative brain freeze set in.
Sol my next step was to open the catalogue to page 125 where I knew something on that page would help me out. And sure enough there was something on that page.
I was happy, I had found something to help cure the creative brain freeze.
Stamps: Awesomely Artistic.
Ink/Markers: Melon Mambo, Cucumber Crush, Mint Macaron, Tuxedo Black, VersaMark.
Paper: Whisper White Thick, Whisper White, English Garden DSP, Typeset Specialty DSP.
Accessories: Big Shot, Project Life Cards & Labels Framelits, Gold Embossing Powder, Linen Thread, 2015-2017 In Colour Blossom Accents.
Now, if you go to page 125, you will find that my card is not an exact replica of the card that is shown. However, I got the idea and changed up some of the elements on the card. The big difference is that I included the English Garden DSP as a background for the stamped images and changed up some of the colours. When you copy and share everything, there is nothing that says you have to do it exactly. You are free to add your own flare.
Do you have the 2015/16 Annual Catalogue? If you live in Canada and do not already have a Stamping Up demonstrator, I would love to be yours. Fill in the Catalogue Request Form and I will send one out to you.