What does CASE mean?

If you follow me, you know that CASEing is one of my favorite things to do when I’m crafting. What does it mean? CASE as an acronym can stand for a few things including: Copy and Steal Everything, Copy and Share Everything, or (my personal favorite) Copy and Slightly Edit. No matter which one you pick, it’s a term Stampin’ Up! papercrafters use when they “copy” a design from another design – either 100% carbon copy, or edited.

We all get inspiration from a variety of places, but my go-to for inspiration are Stampin’ Up! publications. Years ago the Annual Catalog was called the “Idea Book and Catalog” and that still rings true today. It is chock full of ideas that give me inspiration. I encourage you to pick it up and look through it as an Idea Book rather than a sales catalog and see how you’re inspired.

Today I’m CASEing pg 12:

First, I pretty much made a carbon copy to get the juices flowing:

Then, here are the others:

Simply Elegant stamp set, punch, and DSP – RETIRED
Using the new Butterfly Kisses DSP and Sending Smiles bundle
Using the new Sun Prints DSP – love!
Carrying over Flowering Tulips stamp set and dies, with new All That Dies and retiring Flowering Fields DSP

Also – this is another great layout to use strips of Designer Series Paper (DSP) you have lying around.

Aren’t these fun? And all so different. So what are you waiting for? Shop my store, pick up a catalog, and get inspired!

Happy Stamping! Kelly

Published by Kelly@TLNS

I am a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator who loves to stamp and loves to spread joy through my craft. All of my projects are handmade with love, and fueled by coffee. Come stamp with me!

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