Learn how to colour rubber stamped images FAST with my latest CASE the Cattie video! I’ve shared all kinds of tips and tricks in this video about layout, design and a couple techniques! Don’t miss taking a peek!
Never Heard About CASEing?
If you haven’t, you will love the kick start it will give your paper crafting! It’s all about using someone else’s idea to copy and make your own.
Why would you want to do this?
- paper craft quickly (always important around my house)!
- save time picking out what you’re going to make.
- visualize your completed project BEFORE you even start!
To find out more about CASEing, click here.
We’ve made 20 episodes so far of our CASE the Cattie series. That means at minimum, 60, yes SIX-OH, ideas you can copy from me! Find them all by clicking right here.
And I would love for you to come watch me live. Check out my Facebook page every Thursday at 11 am MT to be the first to see what I’m copying for you!
This was the one we made last week.
I always give away the card I made too. Liane was the lucky winner last week. Want a chance to win too?
Keep an eye on my Design with Jo Facebook page on Wednesdays, enter a comment with the card you think I’m going to be copying and I’ll put your name on the wheel! You just might be the winner!
How to Colour Rubber Stamped Images Fast
I wasn’t ready to give up my fall sunflowers yet, but I also shared a pretty poinsettia one for the holidays and and a fun birthday card everyone will love with this same layout and technique. Be sure to watch the video to the end to see them!
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Here’s a closeup of the difference in the intensity of the colouring I talked about in the video.
Here’s where the original idea came from. Page 20 of the 2021-22 Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalogue! Can you see how changing up colours, stamps and papers gives lots of variety?
If you love sunflowers as much as me, you might like this embossed resist background card also made with the Celebrate Sunflowers stamps. It is so completely different from the one I made here you won’t believe it comes from the same set of stamps!
Make One Today!
Find a stamp you can colour in, and some ink with a piece of a patterned DSP and you’re half way there!! Here are the measurements.
Cuttin’ It Up!
- Cajun Craze – 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″, scored at 4 1/4″
- Bumblebee – 1 1/4″ x 2 1/2″
- Harvest Meadow DSP – 2″ x 5″
- Very Vanilla – scraps
- Garden Green – scrap
If you’d like to make the exact same card, click here to find all the supplies I used and to order any you are missing from your own stash. I really appreciate you choosing me as your Canadian demonstrator.
I’d Love to CASE One You’d Like!
I picked this card myself as I knew there would be lots of variety I could dream up with the stamps and papers I have on hand. But if there’s a design in one of the current Stampin’ Up! catalogues you’d like to know how ot make, let me know which one it is. Perhaps I can give it a try on my next CASE the Cattie.
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Variety really is the spice of life!
That’s what’s sooooo fun about doing these videos!
This is such a rich and pretty card and I love the fall feel. But it’s so different from the other two I showed you. Plus it’s completely unlike the card the Stampin’ Up! artist made.
Make sure you check out how to colour rubber stamped images fast in this video, then see what designs you come up with too1