Monday, 29 October 2018

CASE Inspiration 12 - DSP Envelope Punchboard Inspiration

Hello and welcome back for another CASE Challenge with my Demonstrator friends Emma and Becki. 

Week 12 on the CASE challenge was my  turn to share my suggested inspiration, this time I chose our Australian Demonstrator colleague Kylie Betucci with her wonderful 'Love It, Chop It' series.  I was lucky to meet Kylie in person in July on our Alaskan Incentive trip of a lifetime.  This last week, she shared how to incorporate using our 6" DSP and Envelope Punchboard to make notecards with Memories & More cards.  Fabulous inspiration and I was really looking forward to creating todays project to share with you.  You can find Kylie's blog post HERE.
I love my Envelope Punchboard and customers also love the wide variety of projects you can make with just one piece of equipment that is really affordable to everyone.

To create the mini envelopes, I cut one sheet of each Under The Mistletoe 12" Designer Series Papers #146921 and cut to 6" square.
Line up on the 3-3/8" mark as shown above, punch and score.
Turn a quarter turn and line up the score line with the marker as indicated in photo above.  Punch and score again.  

Repeat until all four sides have been punched and scored, each time lining up on the marker not the ruler measurement.

Insert each point of your envelope in the BACK of the Envelope Punch Board an punch.  Using Tombow adhesive #110755, attach two sides and the bottom to form your envelope.
I love show-casing our Designer Series Papers this way, as you can see all 12 designs simply looking at the inside and outside of the envelopes.

Here I teamed up each mini envelope with the Santa's Workshop Memories & More card pack #147905.  The colours don't match exactly but certainly compliment very nicely.

Taking our challenge one stage further, I cut six 14cm x 10cm mini cards from Thick White card and scored at the 7cm mark.  Each mini card was decorated with a coordinating 9.5cm x 6.5cm piece of Designer Series Paper.

A sentiment from Peaceful Noel #147694 was stamped in Real Red or Shaded Spruce ink onto Thick White card.  Both these, and scallop ovals in each of the two colours, were cut using Layering Ovals Framelits #141706.  Mat sentiment and scallop coloured oval together and attach to the centre of mini cards using 3D Stampin' Dimensionals. 

I hope you have enjoyed my project today.  Remember to pop over and visit Becki HERE and then on to Emma HERE and see their take on today's challenge.
Next weeks challenge

Next week we will be creating our inspiration from Julia Carmichael and her stamping-off technique.   You can see Julia's blog HERE.  I love this style of card and am looking forward to creating one this week to share with you.

Pop back next Monday to see our inspired creations and also find out who is chosen as our spotlight designer for the following week.  
If you would like to join in this challenge, feel free to CASE Becky's card, take a photo and email me or upload to my Sandra's Stamp & Craft Studio Facebook page. I can't wait to see all the different versions we create together.  We’ll share the photos we receive in next Monday’s post.  
Happy craftin'
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1 comment:

  1. So happy you were inspired by my project life envelopes!! Thanks for the mention Sandra.


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