Welcome to Episode 9 of “Let’s CASE it, Let’s MAKE it”! In this series, I show you step-by-step how to recreate cards that inspire you. CASE’ing (Copy & Share Everything) is done by stampers of all skill levels. It’s easy and very satisfying. Let’s get started!
For this episode, I chose an Artisan Designers Card. Nina from Mama Nina Design created this stunning card, and now we are going to recreate it!
Here is the VIDEO so you can follow along step by step.
Didn’t that look easy? If you have any questions comment below or on my YouTube channel and I will do my best to help you!
Question: Do you feel confident that you can now stamp like an Artisan Designer?
Let me know in the comments below, I love hearing from you!
Just an FYI, the reason the layers over the leaves look like a different type of technique is because I made some backgrounds and used them to cut the top layer of the leaves out. I will be posting a video about that on Wednesday. Subscribe to my YouTube Channel so you don’t miss out on that video. Or check back here on Wednesday for a super fun video about creating your own backgrounds!
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