Want to know how to create a background with rubber stamps? In my latest CASE the Cattie video, I’ll show you exactly how! I have 3 different designs with this one layout idea, fresh from the Stampin’ Up! catalogue!
It’s Fun to CASE!
I love taking an idea and changing it up a bit so you can see the possibilities. You don’t have to make a card exactly like you see it made on Pinterest or in a catalogue!
I give you all kinds of tips and tricks for how you can take an idea and make it work for supplies you already own! That’s exactly what CASEing is all about! To find out more about it, click here.
We’re on Episode 22 of our CASE the Cattie series and you can find them all by clicking right here.
This was last week’s card.
Congratulations go to Barbara who won that card last week. I popped it in the mail to her so she can either CASE it or use it to send good wishes to a friend.
How to Create a Background with Rubber Stamps
I didn’t just do ONE background for this card. There are actually THREE different backgrounds!
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What fun it was to match up the colours for this card. Some Sahara Sand mixed with the pretty Pool Party and the jewel toned Shaded Spruce.
Take a peek at the original card I CASEd from page 39 of the 2021-22 Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalogue! (the one in the lower left. Looks quite a bit different, doesn’t it?
Give It a Try!
Find a stamp set you love and a couple colours of ink and paper to make a card like this! Here are the measurements.
Cuttin’ It Up!
- Shaded Spruce – 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″, scored at 4 1/4″, 2nd piece 4″ x 5 1/4″
- Sahara Sand – 1″ x 3 3/4″, 3/4″ x 4″, scrap
- Pool Party – scrap
- Pool Party sheer ribbon – about 4 1/2″
If you’d like to recreate my card exactly click here to see all the supplies and to order any you wish. Thank you so much for choosing me as your Canadian demonstrator.
Which one is your favourite?
I made three different versions of this same layout and you can see them in the video. Which one is your favourite?
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I love the deep, rich green in this card. The other two I showed are quite different, especially the snowflake one. But each of them is fabulous and different from the original Stampin’ Up! design.
Now that you know how to create a background with rubber stamps I hope you pull out some stamps, ink and paper and get creative!