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Making a CASE – Wild Roses by Stampin’ Up!

Create this card using the Wild Roses and Best Year Stamp Sets by Stampin' Up. Card by Mary Fish, Stampin' PrettyToday’s Happy Birthday card was CASE’d from a creation I shared back in March of 2016 that you can find in my gallery!  It uses the same layout and similar colors but incorporates current products: Best Year and Wild Roses Stamp Sets. Making a CASE Mary Fish, Stampin' Pretty“Copy” means “allow yourself to be influenced by” another paper crafter’s projects. CASE-ing is a great way to be inspired!  Focus on an aspect of a creation (sketch, colors, images) that you absolutely love and use it to make something of your own.

Stampin-Up-What-I-Love-Card-Envelope-By-Mary-Fish-StampinUpThis card was created back when Blackberry Bliss was a retiring 2014-2016 In Color!  It was voted as the ‘most likely to be missed’ color during one of my Stampin’ Pretty Reader’s Polls!  I am so glad that Blackberry Bliss (and Mossy Meadow) are now part of Stampin’ Up!’s core color collection. 

CLICK TO VIEW THE ORIGINAL BLOG POST Create this card using the Wild Roses and Best Year Stamp Sets by Stampin' Up. Card by Mary Fish Stampin' Pretty


Begin with a 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 card base of Sahara Sand card stock. 

Layer and adhere a 3 1/4 x 4 1/2 piece of Sahara Sand card stock to a 3 3/4 x 5 piece of Basic White card stock together and to the card with Stampin’ Seal

Use a Stamparatus to position and stamp the Wild Rose Background Stamp in Versamark Ink onto a piece of Blackberry Bliss card stock. 

Cover with Black Basic’s Stampin’ Emboss Powder and set with a Heat Tool. 

Create this card using the Wild Roses and Best Year Stamp Sets by Stampin' Up! Card by Mary Fish, Stampin' Pretty

Use a Paper Trimmer to cut to 3 x 4 1/4. 

Adhere to the card with Stampin’ Seal

Use a Stamparatus to position and stamp the sentiment (Best Year) in Blackberry Bliss Classic Ink onto a 3 1/2 x 3/4 piece of Sahara Sand card stock. 

Flag the end with a Banners Pick-a-Punch. 

Adhere to the card with Stampin’ Dimensionals

Tie a double bow of Linen Thread and adhere as shown with a Mini Glue Dot

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OH, SO PRETTY!  Another version with this layout and yummy autumn colors!  Check out the gorgeous card below that used a similar layout and colors but dry embossed with an embossing folder instead of heat embossed with embossing powder.  

3 thoughts on “Making a CASE – Wild Roses by Stampin’ Up!”

  1. Oh, my!
    Having been involved with SU for less than a year, I thoroughly enjoyed the little history lesson about Blackberry Bliss–a color which I love!
    …and your walk down memory lane…
    Your anniversary card from 2019 IS “drop-dead gorgeous”! It seemed a bit appropriate that those were exactly what words popped into my head when I first saw it–before I read your words describing it. So it must be! So it IS!! Haha!
    Maybe it’ll work with the Bloom Hybrid folder? (Without the die…)


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