A couple of weeks ago I shared a super-simple, super-sweet card with you for a Can You Case It? Challenge. Here’s the card I shared (to read the original post for this project, click here):
When I needed to make 50 swap cards for this weekend’s World Card Making Day event, I knew I wanted to use this card as inspiration. Why? Well, I already mentioned the card is super-sweet and super-simple, and aren’t those key components to a card you have to make over and over and over? Well, another reason I used this card as inspiration is that it showcases Designer Series Paper so well.
For my swap card at World Card Making Day, I CASED this my own Christmas card to make a fun, sweet Halloween card. I flipped the Designer Series Paper to the bottom. Here is my card:
On my Christmas card, I featured a medium-sized enamel dot on the left side of the center band. To create the same look on the mass of cards I created for the swap, I colored some White Perfect Accents with a black Sharpie marker. Perfect accent!
Here’s a quick shot of the variety of patterns I used from this paper – all Basic Black and Very Vanilla patterns.
Stamp Sets: Cheer All Year Papers: Happy Haunting Designer Series Paper, Basic Black, Tangelo Twist, Very Vanilla Inks: Tangelo Twist Accessories: White Perfect Accents, Hexagon punch (for banner tip), Stampin’ Dimensionals
Thanks for stopping by today! I’ll be sharing lots more from the World Card Making Day event this coming week. I hope you’ll come back to see what fun we had!