Want to CASE the Cattie again and see some easy card making with Designer Series Paper? You’ll be amazed how easy this card is to put together. So easy in fact, I have three more totally different samples to show you!

Wonder What a CASE Is?

In the card making world, CASE means Copy And Share Everything. It’s a super way to recreate projects we see in magazines and on the internet with supplies we have in our own stamp rooms. To find out more, click here.

I have a weekly live video on my Facebook page to show you exactly how to make items from the amazing Stampin’ Up! publications. You can see them all by clicking right here.

To watch them live, all you need to do it head on over to my Facebook page every Thursday at 11 am MT!

And the best part is they don’t need to be an EXACT copy! In fact, my designs never are.

Maybe you can figure out what page of the 2021 Holiday Mini catalogue I used as my inspiration for this card?

A CASE of a Stampin’ Up! 2021 Holiday Mini Catalogue Card

It was a toss up but this Christmas card made with the Peaceful Place DSP was the one you liked best out of all the cards I showed you using this same layout.

This beautiful DSP was on backorder for a little while, but I’m happy to say it’s available again. It’s mix of black, grey, white and silver is classy and makes some awfully pretty cards.

Easy Card Making with Designer Series Paper

When I CASEd the catalogue card that I made for you in the video, I used very similar colours to the one in the catalogue. My other designs use totally different ones so it’s fun to see how versatile one design can be.

Click the triangle to see it now!

Time for Christmas Cards?

Have you started on your festive cards yet? It’s hard to believe we’re already starting to think about them isnt it?

This design is one you could pull together pretty quickly and make multiples of very easily. Just switch up some designer paper and change the colour of the snowflakes maybe and you’ve got a new card!

Make a Christmas Card with the Peaceful Place Designer Series Paper

The snowflakes come from two sets of dies, So Many Snowflakes and the new Stitched Snowflakes Dies. I cut them from the awesome Silver Foil Specialty Pack you can find on page 23 of the Mini Catalogue. Don’t you just love the purple-y hues in them?

I have a little trick I showed you in the video for the snowflakes. Did you see it?

Did you figure out what sample I CASEd with my stamps, ink and paper? You can see it on page 65 of our 2021 Holiday Mini Catalogue…or right here!

Stampin’ Up!’s Design I CASEd

Time to Try It At Home!

Grab your paper, dies and stamps to recreate this card! Add the bright little touches with your own foil papers too.

What occasion will YOUR design be for?

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Here are the measurements.

Cuttin’ It Up!

  • Basic Gray – 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″, scored at 4 1/4″,
  • Peaceful Place DSP – 4″ x 5 1/4″, 1 3/4″ x 3 1/2″, 1 1/2″ x 3″
  • Basic White – 1″ x 2 1/2″
  • Silver Foil Specialty Pack – 1 1/4″ x 2 3/4″ (see my TIP in the video!), scraps

Give a CASE a Try!

If you want to try this card with the same items I used, you can click on any image below to order and have it shipped directly to you. Thank you for choosing me as your Canadian Stampin’ Up! demonstrator.

What I Used

While I do love the peaceful nature of this card, I think my fave was the one with the Blackberry Beauty DSP. The colours were just so rich! But no matter which paper you decide to use, it will turn out just lovely!

Use Pretty Paper, Dies and Stamps for a Handmade Card

Now you know the “how-to” for easy card making with Designer Series Paper I hope you give this easy and pretty layout a try too!

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