How would you C.A.S.E. this card that is perfect for all those double sided papers we have?
Here Robbie came through with this perfect card-
This is a great card to use some of all that designer series paper you have. All supplies are Stampin’ Up. Begin with a card base that is 5 ½” x 8 ½” scored at 4 ¼”. Cut a piece of Emerald Envy to 4” x 5 ¼” and attach to the card base. Cut a piece of Moroccan Designer Series paper that measures 3 ¾” x 5”. Using the 5” side cut a slit in the center to almost the center of the paper. Score the bottom flap from the slit to the lower right hand corner. Score again but use the top flap and score from the slit to the upper right hand corner. Fold on the score lines to reveal the underside of the patterned paper. Use a glue dot on the corner to attach the corners so they stay folded back. Attach the patterned paper to the card front. Use the Bow Builder punch and some Delightful Dijon card stock create a bow. Attach it to your card using glue dots. Your Peekaboo card is ready to be sent. - Robbie
If you don't have double-sided paper, you can still C.A.S.E. the card like Kimberly did-
For today's card, I liked the original design concept. The sentiment look like it is coming out from underneath the patterned paper. I used this as my starting point. The sentiment is from Penny Black's Heartfelt stamp set. I stamped it with black versafine ink onto pink card stock. I letterpressed the patterned paper with Spellbinders Diamond Opulance Texture Plate. I cut the triangle from the right side and adhered to the card base. I replaced the butterfly with birds and music notes from the Lovely Notes SOA collection.- Kimberly
We invite you to C.A.S.E. the original or one of the designer cards today and post it to our Facebook page. Just look for Card a Day Challenge Blog and like our page.