In our CASE the Cattie today, get all the steps for a simple greeting card envelope. One that fits an unsually sized card!

But First, Have you Heard About CASE?

CASE stands for Copy And Share Everything. It’s a super way to remake lots of the designs we see (usually cards) with our own stash of stamping supplies. To find out more, click here.

I have a weekly live video feature called CASE the Cattie over in my Facebool Business page. I totally want to show you exactly how to make things out of the fabulous Stampin’ Up! catalogues. But more than that. I giv eyou lots of alternatives so you can get a feel for little changes you can make to add a bit of your own stamping style. You can see all of my CASE the Cattie vides by clicking right here.

To see them live, simply head over to my Facebook page on Thursdays at 11 am MT!

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

VIDEO Steps for a Simple Greeting Card Envelope
A CASE of a Stampin’ Up! 2021 Holiday MIni Catalogue Card

This was your favourite of the three cards I shared using this same technique. See them all by clicking on the triangle below.

Steps for a Simple Greeting Card Envelope

When I CASEd the catalogue card that I made for you in the video, I chose to feature our Nature’s Harvest Bundle and Harvest Meadow DSP. It’s perfect for this thank you card.

Click the triangle to see it now!

CASE the Cattie Video to Make a Card with Matching Envelope

Which is your favourite part of this card? The bright but understated colours? The die cuts? Maybe the ribbon? (Did you see my simple trick about the ribbon in the video?). Let me know!

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Let’s take a little closer peek.

Steps for a Simple Greeting Card Envelope
Make a Thank You Card with the Nature’s Harvest Suite

Did you figure out what sample I CASEd with my stamps, ink and paper? You can see it on page 16 of our 2021 Holiday Mini Catalogue…or how about I give you a hint and you can guess?

Steps for a Simple Greeting Card Envelope
Which One Did I Make?

Time to Try It At Home!

There’s not a ton of supplies so grab a pack of your favourite DSP and some coordinating cardstock and get busy recreating this card!

Try the same look with a birthday design, or Hallowe’en! Christmas is delightful! Here are the measurements.

Cuttin’ It Up!

  • Calypso Coral – 4 7/8″ x 6 1/4″, scored at 3 1/8″
  • Harvest Meadow Designer Series Paper – 3″ x 4 3/4″ (card), 7″ x 7″ for the envelope, scored at 3/4″ and 5 3/4″ on one side and 2″ and 5 1/4″ on the other
  • Very Vanilla – large scrap
  • Misty Moonlight – scrap about 2″ x 5 1/2″
  • Pale Papaya Open Weave ribbon – piece about 3 1/2″

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 so much for shopping with me. I’m so happy you chose me as your Canadian demonstrator and I will work hard to keep you informed and happy with your Stampin’ Up! purchases.

Supplies I Used

Want me to CASE Something for You?

If there’s a design you would love to know how to make, grab your catalogues and leave me a comment with the page number and idea! Maybe I can give it a try on my next CASE the Cattie.

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Seeing fall is soon around the corner, I focussed there for this card. But you can see two more designs for other occasions in the video too. There are so many possibilities, you’ll. have a hard time deciding where to start!

Steps for a Simple Greeting Card Envelope
Use Dies and Stamps for a Handmade Retirement Card

It’s always fun to take a page out of someone else’s book and make a card design your OWN. Make up all kinds of cards with this idea, then when someone CASEs your designs, sit back, smile and say thank you!

Make sure to jot down those steps for a simple greeting card envelope so you’ll be able to make a pretty package for your card too!

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