I’d love to show you another way to use patterned paper in card making! Why not come along and watch as I CASE the Cattie and give you the tips and tricks to make this layout your own!

What’s a CASE ?

In our paper crafting world CASE stands for Copy And Share Everything. It’s where we can see a design and recreate it with items we have in our own stamping supplies cupboard.

I’ve become a CASEr recently with my weekly video series to show you how to make items from the fabulous Stampin’ Up! catalogues. I’m going to focus closely on designs you can easily recreate in a short period of time.

You can see another one I made by clicking here.

Can you guess what page of the 2021 Spring Mini catalogue I used as my inspiration for this card?

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A CASE of a Stampin’ Up! Spring Mini Catalogue Card

While you could give this card to anyone, I think it’s ideally suited to a lady. Someone you want to thank for a special effort they might have made on your behalf.

And they will feel ultra special when they open that envelope!

Another Way to Use Patterned Paper in Card Making

Although I really did CASE the catalogue card, I totally changed up the stamps, colours and paper. So much so that it looks completely different.

Click the triangle to watch it now!

You can really see the beauty of this Hydrangea Hill Designer Series paper with this up-close photo.

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The mix of blues, purples and white is absolutely one of the loveliest I’ve seen in a long time.

This paper is retiring soon! So if you love it as much as I do, you’ll want to pick some up before it’s gone.

Did you find the sample I recreated with these stamps, ink and paper? You can see it on page 66 of our 2021 Spring Mini Catalogue…can you tell which one?

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It’s Your Turn to Make It!

Time to find your own open line stamps and some lovely patterned paper to recreate this card! Here are the measurements.

Cuttin’ It Up!

  • Highland Heather cardstock – 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″, scored at 4 1/4″
  • Hydrangea Hill Designer Series Paper – 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″, second design 3 3/4″ x 4″, scraps

If you’d like to make it with the same items I used, you can click on any image below to order to have it shipped directly to your home. I thank you so much for choosing to make your craft purchases with me.

The Supplies I Used

What Would You Like to Know How to Make?

Pull our your catalogues! Perhaps there’s a project there you absolutely love, but you’re not too sure how to make it? Let me know which one it is and maybe I can figure it out for you.

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I love the colours in this card. This paper is certainly my top fave in the 2021 Spring Mini Catalogue. But I’ve got another two totally different samples to show you in my video too.

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With this other way to use patterned paper in card making, take a look at all your open-line stamp images and your designer series papers and see if you can create a layout just like this!

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