On the CASE: A Big Thank You
On the CASE: A Big Thank You
This is seriously the perfect thank you for anyone!
For today’s CASE, I dove back into the Annual Catalog to find the perfect all-purpose thank you design. And I found it in A Big Thank You. If you need a masculine thank you, follow today’s directions to a “T”. Or, change up the colors to create a design that’s just right for the recipient! If you have a Stamparatus, you’ll even get to try out a fun technique – the “step-down”.
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Stamps and Paper and Inks … Oh, My!
Stamps: A Big Thank You Photopolymer Bundle 
Paper: 8″ x 4 3/4″ Whisper White Thick Cardstock , 4″ x 4 3/4″ – Crumb Cake Card Stock , 3 3/4″ x 4 1/2″, and small scrap – Whisper White Card Stock , 3″ x 3 1/2″ – Night Of Navy Card Stock 
Inks: Pool Party Classic Stampin’ Pad , Pear Pizzazz Classic Stampin’ Pad , Mango Melody Classic Stampin’ Pad , Night Of Navy Classic Stampin’ Pad 
Accessories: Twine Baker’s Whisper White 
Other: Multipurpose Adhesive Sheets , Precision Base Plate , Big Shot 
On the CASE Notes
(your step-by-step guide)
- Score your card base at 4″. Fold and burnish the edge with a bone folder. Adhere the Crumb Cake panel to the base. Set aside.
- Adhere the multipurpose adhesive sheet to the Night of Navy panel. Diecut the “Thank You” sentiment. Use the Precision Base Plate for best results.
- Set up the lines image on the Stamparatus. Be sure to have the plate aligned to the right so you can “step-down” the notches.
- Stamp in Pool Party first. Move the Stamparatus plate down one notch and stamp again. Repeat this for a total of four lines.
- Clean the stamp and align it just below the first Pool Party line. Re-adhere to the Stamparatus plate and repeat the step-down process in Pear Pizzazz.
- Repeat the step-down process one last time, this time with Mango Melody.
***Nit-picky details: I left my piece of cardstock slightly larger than the finished size so I could keep a magnet in place the whole time. After I was finished stamping, I cut it down to the proper size.
- Adhere the finished panel to the card base.
- Adhere the diecut sentiment to the card base.
- Stamp out the rest of the sentiment on a scrap of Whisper White. Snip out the words.
- Pop up the sentiment using a small piece of Foam Strips.
- Add a Whisper White Baker’s Twine bow.
How Hard Was It to Crack this CASE?
Difficulty Level: 2 out of 5 – There is a bit of technique to this card – it’s not just a stamp & stick! I was grateful that I have a Stamparatus, because it made quick work out of the striped background pattern. This “step-down” technique is definitely a fun one to try! I love that the colors in this card are totally interchangeable. You can use any color set you have on hand – not just the colors from the CASE. Go monochrome, bright, neutral or regal – any combo will work! The diecut and simple snipped sentiment really help to make the stamped background shine.
We hope our projects today inspired you to try CASE-ing the catalog too! We’re “on the case”, looking for the hashtag #SUontheCASE on social media (Facebook, Instagram, Google+ & Pinterest) and if we find one of your projects, we’ll share it, like it, repost it – we’ll do it all!
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Happy 2019! Ann and I are back with another On the CASE. Last year, Ann and I worked our way through Stampin’ Up!® catalogs, breaking down samples step-by-step, providing you with free tutorials so you could CASE your own. This year, Ann is still working on unsolved Stampin’ Up! CASEs, but I’ve been “reassigned” to a new unit!
It’s time to celebrate!
This is the last CASE file for Ann and I this year! Wow! How time flies 😀 I thought I’d revisit a past suite and share another quick and simple design.