Case the Catalog - Night Before Christmas Memory & More Card

Hello and welcome to my blog; today I am going to share with you another Case the Catalog project.  For today's project I am going to share with you; a card from the Holiday Catalog.  The card that I am going to share was CASEd from one of the projects on page 25.  The project that I am going to CASE today features the Night Before Christmas Memory and More Card pack and the Night Before Christmas Memories & More Card and Envelopes.  If this is your first time here welcome and if you are returning welcome back.  If you are new to my blog and crafting; you may not know what the term CASE means.  CASE is a term that card makers use to learn by copying a project.  CASE stands for Copy and Share Everything or Copy and Selectively Edit.  By doing this you can learn new skills or techniques.  Here's a look at my card.  

Tips & Tricks: 

I always love the Memory and More card packs and the matching cards and envelopes that we offer in our catalogs.  The holiday catalog has a lovely pack of Memory and More cards and matching Night Before Christmas Memory and More Cards and Envelopes.  Both of these items match the Night Before Christmas Suite.  The Memory and More card pack includes 54 double sided cards 6 each of 9 designs in 3" x 4" and 4" x 6" size along with 6 sticker sheets.  This card pack is also designed for a Holiday Memory Book (which was I offered as one of my online classes last month).  
To use the Night Before Christmas Memory & More Card Packs and the Night Before Christmas Memory & More Cards and Envelopes together to create cards is really really easy.  All you have to do is simply adhere cards from the card pack to the cards.  With just these products you can make 20 cards and coordinating envelopes.  
For this card I took the card that said To Santa and used some scrap Crumb Cake Cardstock and punched out a 1/2 circle using my 1/2 Circle Punch.  I attached that with a little liquid glue to the card from the Card pack.  I then took a hand held punch (retired) and punched a hole in the center of the crumb cake piece through the card.  I added some of the Cherry Cobbler 3/8" Diagonal Stripped Ribbon through the hole and tied it into a bow.  I then attached this to the card with a few Stampin' Dimensionals.  
And just like that you have a complete card all done.  Really and truly it's just that quick to create tons of cards just using these products.  Thanks for dropping by today.  I am glad that you are here.  I am preparing as I type this blog post to get ready to attend the OnStage Local in Atlanta next weekend, so be on the watch out on my Social Media channels for little sneak peeks of upcoming products from the 2020 Occasions Catalog and Saleabration Brochure.  
Happy Stampin' 
Rick Adkins 


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