How about we CASE the Cattie again and see quick and simple card making with patterned paper! Plus I’ve got a super easy tip to get more use from your dies you’re not going to want to miss!

What Does CASE Mean?

In the card making world (and in other hobbies too), CASE mean Copy And Share Everything. Have you ever looked longingly at a gorgeous design you see out there on Pinterest or in a catalogue, THIS is how you can recreate it! To find out more about how you can CASE things, click here.

My weekly live video series called CASE the Cattie is designed to show you exactly how to make items from the amazing Stampin’ Up! publications. I’ve got a few under my belt and you can find 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!

Maybe you know what page of the catalogue I used as my inspiration for this card?

CASE the Cattie Video for Simple Card Making with Patterned Paper
A CASE of a Stampin’ Up! 2021-22 Annual Catalogue Card

This card was neck and neck in popuarity with one made with the You’re a Peach DSP. Plus I have another three you can see made with the same CASE.

Simple Card Making with Patterned Paper

One of the great things about these videos is I get to play around and show you just how versatile one design can be. With today’s card, I’ve got 5 designs in total all with a different feel and theme. Be sure to click the triangle to see them now!

Which one was YOUR fave?

Isn’t this a lovely way to say thanks?

CASE the Cattie Video for Simple Card Making with Patterned Paper
Make a Thank You Card with Pansy Petals DSP

I love how this design features and showcases two different, yet coordinating patterned papers. There are so many of our current Designer Series Papers which will give equally stunning results. I bet you have some paper at home you could try!

Did you figure out what sample I CASEd with my stamps, ink and paper? You can see it on page 77 of our 2021-22 Annual Catalogue…or how about I give you a hint and you can guess?

CASE the Cattie Video for Simple Card Making with Patterned Paper
Which Design Did I CASE from page 77 of the 2021-22 Annual Catalogue?

Time to Try It At Home!

Grab your own patterned papers, stamps and a rectangular die and see my tip to recreate this card!

Here are the measurements.

Cuttin’ It Up!

  • Basic White notecard – 1
  • two coordinating pieces of DSP – 3 1/4″ x 4 1/4″
  • Basic White -scrap
  • ribbon – scrap

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. I really appreciate you choosing me as your Canadian demonstrator.

CASE the CASE!

What Would You Like to CASE?

Is there a card in one of the current Stampin’ UP! catalogues you would like to see made? Let me know which one it is and maybe I can give it a try on my next CASE the Cattie.

Click here to leave a comment.

While I do love the bright and cheerful nature of this card, I love the more understated samples I showed you in the video too. It’s hard to imagine not liking what you put together with the tips I share in the video.

CASE the Cattie Video for Simple Card Making with Patterned Paper
Use Dies and Patterned Paper for a Handmade Thanks Card

When someone CASEs your designs, it’s the highest form of flattery! So once you make this card, if this happens to you, just sit back and smile! It’s a truly great thing! 😊

Simple card making with patterned paper is fun when you CASE the Cattie – I hope you give it a try!

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