What does CASE mean? Now, I’m not talking about a CASE of soda, a CASE of chips, or a CASE for your clear stamping blocks. So what “case” AM I talking about? That would be COPY AND STEAL EVERYTHING! If you’ve been in the stamping world for awhile, I’m sure you’ve heard of this. But, if you’re fairly new, this term might be unknown to you. So let’s explore this a little more.
We all have those creative “dead zones”. We need a card quickly, our stash is empty, and we’ve got zero ideas. No need to panic; that’s where “casing” comes in.
Some great places to start are:
any of the Stampin’ Up! catalogs – our catalogs, of course, are meant to sell product. But, did you know, the pages are filled with beautiful samples? AND, these samples are there for you to use, as is, or with your own creative changes.
Pinterest – lots of people use these ideas for cards, mini albums, home décor projects, etc. It is courteous to give credit where you’ve gotten a project, but honestly many people don’t. Use your own discretion.
My email newsletter! I share lots of projects, tips, techniques, AND exclusive offers only for my subscribers. Everyone who subscribes gets a free PDF project tutorial and a video series…just for subscribing-no purchase necessary!
right here on my blog! I share lots of projects and you are more than welcome to CASE; if you use an idea you see here and change it up, I’d love for you to post YOUR creation in the comments section.
Google – my husband laughs that I’m always saying “google” if we need to find an answer for something. You can also “google” things like Easter card, photography, sympathy card…you get the idea.
You Tube – I have a You Tube site with project videos and tutorials and I post almost every day on Facebook. You are free to “CASE” away! I hope you’ll share ideas you find on my sites with your stamping friends!
Now that I’ve explained all about it, let’s look at some samples to CASE! 🙂
Thanks for popping by today!