As a crafter, I follow other crafters. We gather inspiration and ideas from them. We also have our faves. Teneale Williams is an awesome Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator in Australia and I am completely in love with her style. Her projects are simple yet detailed and classy as can be. She is in the top few of my list of faves!
When I saw that this weeks Global Design Project was a CASE the Designer for none other than Teneale, I had to play along! Here was the project to CASE (Copy And Share Everything):
I love her clean lines and attention to every detail. Here is my take on the card:
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- Thick Whisper White cardstock to 5 ½” by 8 ½“
- Basic Black cardstock to 5 ¼” x 4”
- Bat paper, from the Halloween Night Specialty DSP, to 5 1/8” by 3 7/8”
- Pumpkin Pie cardstock to 4 ¼” by 2 ¾”
- Pumpkin Pie Glimmer Paper 1 @ ¼” by 4 ¼” and 1 @ ½” by 4 ¼”
Stamp and cut:
- Stamp bat on Basic Gray cardstock using Basic Black Archival Ink. Cut out with bat framelit.
- Stamp sentiment on Pumpkin Pie cardstock.
- Cut out one tree framelit from Basic Black cardstock and Whisper White cardstock making sure that you have a portion of the ground left that will be wider than the Pumpkin Pie cardstock. Because the framelit doesn’t cut on the bottom, make sure there is about ¼” straight line cut at the bottom.
- Adhere DSP to Basic Black Layer.
- Glue both tree pieces together, slightly layered, so that the white peeks out a little from the Basic Black tree.
- Adhere tree to Pumpkin Pie cardstock, trimming the ends to the width of the cardstock.
- Using Fast Fuse, adhere Paper Pumpkin glimmer paper to cardstock.
- Wrap the Paper Pumpkin layer with the Halloween Night Baker’s Twine twice, and tie in a knot.
- Adhere bat over knot using Stampin’ Dimensionals.
- Adhere tree layer onto DSP layer.
- Adhere to card base using Stampin’ Dimensionals.
- Smile because you are done!