A CASE Project Using Sealed With Love

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Hi friends, how are you today?

Usually, I only put my own original projects on my blog, but when I saw this card by Satomi Wellard, using the Sealed With Love bundle, I just had to make it and share it with you!

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CASE stands for Copy and Share Everything, and I just love the way fellow demonstrators share their creativity. Be sure to go check out Satomi’s blog for lots more inspiration!

I had not seen the idea of turning the hearts so the other side of the paper shows, and I think it is brilliant- thank you Satomi! You can see her original post here.

So, would you like to know the trick she thought of to turn the hearts?

Start with your die cut, like this:

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Next, pinch the hearts up, creasing them well from both the front and the back.

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Once you have pinched them up, you can gently turn them. They do rip, so be careful! (This video is too dark and you can hear my little guy asking about the jingle bells he found in my craft room, but I just had to show you how it works!)

 

So clever of her, right?!?

If you are interested in joining this creative group of demonstrators who love what they do and share what they love, contact me today- I WANT YOU ON OUR TEAM!

Happy stampin’ friend!

Michelle

 

P.S.

Stamp of the Month Club boxes will mail out on the 15th- a huge thank you to all of our club members!

 

 

 

Stampin’ Supplies: (Click on any image for easy, online shopping.)

 

 

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