Sweet Cupcake CASE

In the world of stamping, to CASE means to “Copy and Share Everything”: This lines up nicely with the quote, “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery” which ironically enough, is attributed to both Oscar Wilde and Charles Caleb Colton…so clearly, one of them was imitating the other!

Which brings us to my project today: This week’s Global Design Project Challenge #GDP100 was to “CASE the Designer” and there are many creations worthy of copying, but I was immediately drawn to the adorable colors and simplicity of Allison’s Coffee Cafe card: alisonglobaldesignproject

I’m not a coffee drinker, but would love a pink hot cocoa cup with a dollop of whipped cream!

To CASE her card, I put my own spin on a treat using the Sweet Cupcake stamp set (one of our photo-realistic 3-step stamps) and demonstrated this project on my weekly Facebook Lunchtime Crafting LIVE:

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Are you ready to craft your own? You can get the Coffee Cafe Bundle Here to make Allison’s card or click on the supplies I used below to add to your creative arsenal:

Product List

There were a few tips I shared on my Sweet Cupcake Card video you’ll want to watch, too.

Join me each Monday at 12:30 PM MST on my Creative Juice Facebook page LIVE for fun papercrafting projects where I can answer your crafting questions as you ask them.

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One thought on “Sweet Cupcake CASE

  1. Brian says:

    What a super-sweet CASE of Allison’s card, Loni! I love the cupcake – what a sweet-and-simple switchout. Love the colors and bold sentiment. Thank you so much for helping us to celebrate the 100th challenge of the Global Design Project! I’m glad you played along.

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