Stampin’ Up! CAS Quite Curvy Hello

Good Tuesday morning my fellow stampers. How has everyone’s week started off? It’s gotten a bit cold here and they are calling for snow a couple times this week, YAY!!! I don’t want that little stuff though, I want a storm that I have to stay home and craft all day.

Today is my last card as a guest designer for the CAS Colours & Sketches Challenge. I’ve had a lot of fun this month designing with them. I used the Stampin’ Up! Quite Curvy Bundle for my card today along with some FREE Sale-A-Bration DSP. Here’s my card for today.

Here is the sketch from CAS Colours & Sketches Challenge #404.

I started by stamping the sentiment from the Stampin’ Up! Quite Curvy Photopolymer Stamp Set in Tuxedo Black Ink on a Basic White card front. To make sure I had it in the right place, I cut a panel of Flower & Field Designer Series Paper (FREE Sale-A-Bration item), using the Curvy Dies and set it down on the card front. I embossed the Basic White panel using the Ornate Floral 3D Embossing Folder and adhered it to a Cherry Cobbler mat using Multipurpose Liquid Glue.

I adhered the cut panel of DSP to the card front using Multipurpose Liquid Glue. I adhered the matted panel to a So Saffron card base using Stampin’ Dimensionals. The Flower & Field Designer Series Paper is a pack of 12 X 12 DSP that is free with a qualifying order of $50.

On a scrap of Basic White cardstock I stamped the bird from the Quite Curvy stamp set in Tuxedo Black Ink and colored it in using my Crumb Cake and So Saffron Stampin’ Blends Markers. I cut the bird out using the Curvy Dies and adhered it to the card front using Glue Dots.

On the inside I stamped the sentiment from the Quite Curvy stamp set in Tuxedo Black Ink in the center of a Basic White panel. I stamped the floral image from the Quite Curvy stamp set in Tuxedo Black Ink below the sentiment and colored it in using my Cherry Cobbler, Granny Apple Green and So Saffron Stampin’ Blends Markers. I adhered the Basic White panel to a Cherry Cobbler mat using Stampin’ Seal and then to the inside of the So Saffron card base using Stampin’ Seal.

To finish my card I decorated a Basic White Medium Envelope. I stamped the floral image from the Quite Curvy stamp set in Tuxedo Black Ink on the envelope front and colored it in using my Cherry Cobbler, Granny Apple Green and So Saffron Stampin’ Blends Markers. I adhered a panel of the Flower & Field DSP to the envelope flap.

Thank you for stopping by my blog today. I hope you liked my card and will give it a try. Happy Stamping!!

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Happy Stamping, Karen!

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Bouquet of Hope

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What is Paper Pumpkin? Paper Pumpkin is our monthly One-Stop Box™ that offers a unique variety of paper projects for subscribers of any skill level to enjoy! These thoughtfully-themed and all-inclusive craft kits encourage you to explore your creativity, try new techniques, and discover your potential in papercrafting.

Paper Pumpkin introduces you to an impressive collection of Stampin’ Up! products, from our one-of-a-kind ink pads to our eye-catching embellishments. Plus, the carefully-chosen components of each Paper Pumpkin kit highlight the unbeatable versatility and coordination our products provide! This easy and exciting way to stock up on supplies—and create small-batch projects for occasions of any kind—inspires you to continue crafting. With Paper Pumpkin, it’s simple: share what you love, and help others enjoy creativity!

The Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit provides enough supplies to create nine cards and coordinating envelopes. This soft, sympathetic kit includes patterned card bases, die-cut floral elements, ribbon, embellishments, and more!

The kit’s exclusive Bouquet of Hope Stamp Set features supportive sentiments centered around comfort, care, hope, and love. Such a versatile stamp set can be used throughout the year! Sadly, there is heartache in the world all around us. We all know someone who could use a heartfelt, handmade card that gives sympathy and strength during a difficult time. This kit’s cards are a must to have on-hand!

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Details

  • Kit contains enough supplies to create 9 cards—3 each of 3 designs—and coordinating envelopes. Kit includes card bases, decorative die-cut pieces, embellishments, and more.
  • Card size: 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″ (10.8 x 14 cm)
  • Envelope size: 4-1/2″ x 5-3/4″ (11.4 x 14.6 cm)
  • Coordinating colors: Basic Black, Bumblebee, Just Jade, Merry Merlot, Mossy Meadow, Rococo Rose
  • Coordinates with the Flower & Field Designer Series Paper, an exclusive Sale-A-Bration item.

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155223 | Flower & Field Designer Series Paper

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Card stock cuts for this project:

  • Basic White Cardstock 2 – 4″ X 5 1/4″ (card front and inner liner)
  • Cherry Cobbler Cardstock 2 – 4 1/8″ X 5 3/8″ (card front and inner liner mats)
  • So Saffron Cardstock 8 1/2″ X 5 1/2″ (card base scored and folded at 4 1/4″)
  • Flower & Field Designer Series Paper 2″ X 4″ (card front panel), 2 1/2″ X 6″ (piece for envelope flap)

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20 thoughts on “Stampin’ Up! CAS Quite Curvy Hello

  1. So pretty Karen with all those florals – love that paper too! For some reason I didn’t decorate the inside of my card this week, but I’m going back to CASE the inside of yours to finish it off properly – it looks lovely. Thanks for being our guest designer this month – your creations have been fabulous! I do hope you continue to play along in the coming weeks and months.

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  2. What a lovely guest you’ve been this month Karen! I’ve loved seeing all your gorgeous cards. The paper you’ve used is gorgeous this week and I adore that little bird. The inside of the card is so pretty too – it could be a CAS card all on its own!

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  3. Karen, I am not believing our cards. After I posted mine I decided to look at all the others and low and behold there was your card just the opposite of mine. Great minds run together I suppose. Wish I had looked at cards first I would not have posted mine. I love yours. Why didn’t I think of a bird that makes it? You always make such beautiful cards I always enjoy seeing them.❤😊

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