Today we’re going to CASE the Cattie and I”m going to show you how to do the spritz technique for cards. This is such a dynamite way to add a quick and cool background to a card like I did with this snowflake one!

What’s CASE mean?

Copy And Share Everything. How?

Take a peek at any design and recreate it with items we have in our stamping stash. To find out more about CASEing, click here.

This is my 18th episode and every week I show you how to make a fun design from the Stampin’ Up! catalogue! And every single week I show at least three designs so you can see multiple ways to copy their project!

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

Learn How to do the Spritz Technique for Cards
A CASE of a Stampin’ Up! 2021 Holiday Catalogue Card

A gorgeous Christmas card with a fabulous mix of colours. Find out exactly how I made that background by taking a peek at the video!

How to Do the Spritz Technique for Cards

My card has a totally different feel than the one the Stampin’ Up! artist made. And there’s a great butterfly and flower one you’ll just die for too!

Click the triangle to see it now!

I changed up the ribbon a bit on my card so it wasn’t quite so bold. And since I didn’t have exactly the right colour, my Stampin’ Blend marker came in handy.

You can really see how pretty the mixture of colours is here. I love these three I used!

Step-by-step VIDEO How to do the Spritz Technique for Cards
Make a Birthday Card with Rubber Stamps

Did you figure out what sample I recreated with these stamps, ink and paper? You can see it on page 48 of our 2021 Holiday Mini Catalogue…or how about I give you a hint and you can guess?

Learn How to do the Spritz Technique for Cards
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Time to Create!

It’s time to pick out a few colours of ink and some fun stamps and dies to recreate this card! Here’s what you need to know…

Cuttin’ It Up!

  • Rich Razzleberry – 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″, scored at 4 1/4″, scrap
  • Shimmery White – 4″ x 5 1/4″
  • Vellum cardstock – 3″ x 3″
  • Pool Party – scrap
  • Rainbow glimmer paper – scraps
  • Fresh Freesia open weave ribbon – two pieces about 4 1/2″ each

Please click on any image below to order the supplies you need and have it shipped directly to your home. Thanks so much for choosing to shop with me in Canada.

Supplies I Used

If you love snowflake cards, don’t miss these wonderful ideas!

Do a Cattie Search!

Pull out all your current catalogues! Scour through them and maybe there’s a project you’d love to learn how to make? Let me know which one it is and I’ll go into investigative mode! 🧐

Click here to leave a comment.

When you CASE someone, you’re saying “WOW! I love your card!”

Be sure to watch the video to see two more ideas made with this addictive technique!

How to do the Spritz Technique for Cards
Use the Spritz Technique for a Beautiful Snowflake Card

Now you knowhow to do the spritz technique for cards, pull out some ink refills and let’s get started!

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