Friday, November 16, 2018

Stamp N Hop November 2018 - Casing the Annual Catalog

Friday is here, the weekend is coming, and it's time for another round of the Stamp N' Hop Blog Hop!
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Our theme this month is all about casing the annual catalog.  For those that are unsure about what casing is, it is really spelled CASEing and it stands for Copy, and Share Everything.  CASEing is a great way for those who are new to stamping to get some ideas for creating projects.  Pinterest is a wonderful resource to get ideas for creating.  The number one thing with CASEing is to give credit to the person who originally created the project.

This month I chose the Abstract Impressions stamp set and this photo from the Annual Catalog.

While I love the original photo and the colors that were used, I definitely wanted to show how you can create the same card but use different colors and paper to get the same layout design.  I started with a Fresh Fig card stock base and layered using the Tranquil Textures Designer Series Paper.  
Next using Whisper White card stock, I stamped the flowers in Soft Seafoam, Mint Macaron, and Balmy Blue.  The sentiment is stamped in Fresh Fig and punched out with the Tailored Tag Punch.  This is a perfect card for any beginner stamper and can be stepped up for those who want to add more embellishments!
Make sure to continue on to the next blog in our hop by checking out Linda Handford's blog for some more Annual Catalog projects by clicking HERE or the next button below!

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8 comments:

  1. Fantastic Anastasia. Love how you have teamed it up with the DSP. I think I feel a case of your case coming on. TFS

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  2. Beautiful colour choice Anastasia. I love the idea of swapping colours (as you'll see in my blog 😉)

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  3. Lovely Card Anastasia. Great colour combination. x Jacqui L

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  4. Beautiful card! I love fresh fig and tranquil tide combination. This card is, as you pointed out, great for a starting stamper.

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  5. oh I clicked too soon. Simple stamping is a great challenge. Just wanted to say thank you.

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  6. great color choices, love your project!

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  7. I loved this card when I first saw it in the annual catalogue and I love it even more in the Fresh Fig and Tranquil Tide

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  8. I love your take on this card, beautiful, thank you for sharing x

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