Thursday, March 28, 2019

Fancy Friday is Casing the Catalog


We are casing the catalog for this month's Fancy Friday Blog Hop.  If you never have cased a sample made for a Stampin' Up! catalog, brochure, or ad I highly recommend giving it a try.  It not only is fun and gets the stampin' mojo working, it's a study in balance, placement, color, and offers a style that is new to you.


There were so many projects I wanted to case that I couldn't decide.  So, I shut my eyes, flipped open the Catalog, and pointed to the bright green and white striped "hooray" bag in the photo above.  I was totally jazzed to make the project even though I had thought about converting it into a card, in the end I decided to make my own gift bag out two sheets of Happiness Blooms DSP.


Following my Catalog project I cut layers and strips of paper to match the bag from the same pack of Happiness Blooms DSP.  For the inside of the marquee I used some Silver Foil which I embossed with the Corrugated Dynamic TIEF.  The "wish" is cut with Black Foil and Whisper White Cardstock. The white is offset just a touch to create a drop shadow effect.


Get ready for it!  Next up is the ONE, the ONLY, the OUTSTANDING, Stamping Susan Wong!

Product List
Broadway Birthday Stamp Set | Broadway Lights Framelits | Happiness Blooms DSP
Corrugated Dynamic TIEF | Black Foil Paper | Silver Foil Paper | Lovely Lipstick Cardstock
Lovely Lipstick, Night of Navy, and Grapefruit Grove Ink Pads | Metallic Pearls


7 comments:

  1. Oh, such a clever bag! Super cute. Love seeing this bundle with other colours and papers!

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  2. Shut your eyes and point! I love this idea and must try it next time. Such a fun project and love your color choices.

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  3. Your bag is fabulous! I love the colour pallet you chose and all the added little layers and details. And I can't believe you closed your eyes and pointed, lol. Just goes to show that you can make anything and have it turn out even more amazing than the original.

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  4. Another brilliant creation! Love how yours turned out so different!!! Amazing!

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  5. Beautiful birthday bag and what a brilliant inspiration, Elisabeth!
    Loooove it!

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  6. Ha, what a fun way to chose a project and I must give that a go! This is a fantastic take on the original. I love the color choices too!

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