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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Make a Medallion Thanks card


Product of the Week
No Shame in Copying
No Shame in Copying
Copying another person’s work is a no-no in many areas of life. But in the world of papercrafting, we say go for it! There’s no reason to come up with a creative idea or project from scratch when there are millions for you to look to. We call it CASEing: Copy And Share Everything!
Here are a few guidelines:
  • Start with Stampin’ Up!—find ideas in these weekly emails, quarterly Stampin' Success issues, and in every catalog.
  • If you copy a project from another crafter, give them credit by name whether you’re posting their name online or saying it verbally at an event.
  • When you create original projects that you post online, consider adding a watermark that gives your name and website so people know where it came from. And if you share other peoples’ project images, make sure to keep their watermark intact.
  • Don’t forget the Share part of CASEing and share your ideas freely. Take it as a compliment if someone is inspired by your idea!
We decided to do a little CASEing of our own using Sale-A-Bration’s popular Avant Garden Stamp Set. We found three projects on Pinterest to copy, and switched a few things up to give them a different twist. Click the links below to see these demonstrators’ original ideas!
Wreath Card
Ann Melvin, silver, United Kingdom
Flower Card
Rachel Brumley, silver elite, United States
Palm Tree Card
Amanda Bates, silver elite, United Kingdom
Do some CASEing of your own

Monday, March 27, 2017

Thursday, March 23, 2017

A Sara Thing
A Sara Thing
Don’t miss the April Paper Pumpkin kit inspired and designed by Stampin’ Up! CEO, Sara Douglass. Sara’s style is, “bold, vibrant, and artistic—with a little bit of sass.” Get ready to embrace their inner artist and skip to the fun with her! You will need to subscribe at PaperPumpkin.com by April 10.
Learn more here