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Friday, April 13, 2018

CASEing Tracy with So Suzy Stamps

Hi Everyone,

we are doing things a bit differently this month at So Suzy Stamps. 
For April we'll do some casing with the new release stamps. I am CASEing a card form my teamie Tracy McLennon, that she did for So Suzy Stamps in January this year.

Both of the stamps I used are new:

And here is Tracy's fabulous card that I CASEd:

It's pretty much self explanatory how I made this card, but here are two pictures:

Stamped the coffee cup and colored with Inktense.

Fussy cut them and mounted them with foam tape. Added a strip of patterned paper on the side and the sentiment, which I heat embossed.

Here is the free stamp that you get in April with every order:

We also have a sale going on at this month:

Happy Stamping!

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Anita in France said...

Ha ... such a fun sentiment, Cornelia ... the intense colour on those coffee cups is brilliant ... seems they glow! Hugs, Anita :)

Verna Angerhofer said...

Great CASing and you captured the colors perfectly on your cups.