Friday, October 29, 2021

Global SU Share Fair CASE the January 2021 Tutorial




We have an awesome group of demonstrators sharing our talents in our private Facebook group called the Global SU Share Fair. We broadcast about every other month with videos available on replay if you miss the live days.

You may be arriving to my blog from Krissi Hannahs awesome project. Welcome and thank you for popping in to see what I've created using the card Terri Stewart showed us in January 2021. It's a fun and easy fancy fold card. All the directions are in our January Tutorial, more information on that later.

Here is a picture of Terri's card and the one I made CASEing her tutorial.




I used the beautiful Blackberry Beauty Specialty Designer Series Paper with Blackberry Bliss and Basic White cardstock. Everything is cut, scored and ready to assemble.


DSP adhered to the Basic White cardstock and then adhered to the cardbase. This is a super easy card to create.


The only stamping is on the bottom half of the focal piece, with a piece of the dsp glued above it. The change I made is instead of cutting out three flowers, I cut out one owl and adhered with dimensionals to the focal piece. I hope you will give this a try! Remember, all of the dimensions and directions are in the January 2021 GSUSF Tutorial.



Thank you for visiting; I hope you enjoyed the card I CASEd (copy and share everything) from Terri Stewart.
Next stop on the hop is Annette McMillan, I know you will enjoy her project.



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10 comments:

  1. I love this - can't go wrong with this DSP and it gives the layout a totally different look!

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  2. Very pretty card Nancy. This DSP is stunning and you showcased it well. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thank you Krissi, I even didn’t mind fussy cutting the smaller owls to use as embellishments. :-)

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  3. I love the purple and gold of the Blackberry Bliss DSP. A great way to change the look by just changing up the colors and DSP!

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  4. Thank you Joy, BlackBerry Bliss DSP is one of my favorites.

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  5. Beautiful card Nancy. Like everyone else, I think this DSP is just stunning.

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  6. Your card is even better than the original :) Great choice of DSP and fussy-cut owl. Thanks for sharing!

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  7. I love this DSP. Fussy cutting is not my first choice, but sometimes the end result is very worth the effort (I might be taking my paper snips to some owls in the near future!)

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  8. Love all the purples featured on your card!

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