What a joy to walk into my stamp room and find my 4 year old Granddaughter Fallon had CASED one of my cards. She hand stamped it all by herself. If she can do it so can you!
Just in CASE Thursday, Patsy Waggoner Here.
Each Thursday my Border Buddy Alison Solven from Canada and I take turns creating a card that we CASED from a current Stampin’ Up! catalog. CASE stands for (Copy And Selectively Edit). We like to show you how you can use the paper crafting projects in the Stampin’ Up! Catalog to inspire you!
Today I am sharing my granddaughters CASED card. She has her own little space in my stamp room with papers, ribbons, embellishments and Mini Glue Dots. She loves our Multipurpose Glue for her projects, but I find glue dots for her less messy. Last time she had the glue her card was full of half a bottle.
Fallon's card is on the left and mine is on the right.
Isn't it impressive? I was busy making lunch and she went to my punches and grabbed the Everyday Label Punch and punched the label. The flower is a retired punch and one I saved as it comes in hand when I need a quick little flower.
Once she had her elements for the card she needed stamps and ink and that is where I came in. She wanted the same sentiment so I grabbed the Lovely You stamp set and the new In-Color Evening Evergreen Ink. She is an awesome stamper for a four year old. Her sentiment is crisp and clear. I have taught her to tap, tap, tap on the pad instead of pounding and pushing so hard you get ink all around the edges.
CASE – copy and selectively edit
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