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Posted by on Jan 31, 2017 in Uncategorized | 3 comments

Lift me Up for CTS206

The CAS(E) this sketch challenge has brought us a great challenge this week! I hope to be participating in more challenges in the coming weeks. And this challeng is one of the great ones to find inspiration! I encourage each of you to check out the design team creations! They are awesome! And while you are there scroll down and look at all the creations by the people who are playing along! There are some pretty cool cards in there as well! 


CAS(E) this Sketch!

One of the pretties stamp bundles from the occasions catalog is Lift Me Up.  I love how they give you everting you need to make a virety of different ballons!  

The bundle is deffantly the way to go! It gives you the stamps and coordinating dies.  With a 10% discount!!!!  Look at the great senatments! Something for just about any occasion. Thank you, birthday, thinking of you, smile, and love!!! This will give you losts of air time ? and make the life of this bundle much longer!

The diagonal was fun to work with! And gave its own challenges as to where to place the sentament.  The color combination is straight from Stampin’ Up!  and was inspired by the NEW urbon underground designer series paper!  Basic Black, Delightful Dijon, and Seriah Sand (instead of Very Vanilla) 

Urbon Underground Designer Series Paper

I love the geometric look of this paper! That and how colors pop agints the black really makes this my favorite paper right now!!!! 

The way the die cuts are made you can make your balloon any two colors you would like! Or add multiaple of colors to the back of the card easly.  To make adhering the background colors to the balloon easy, I used Stick It Adheasive sheets. The key is to burnish then stick it after adding it to the paper to be cut. Then die cut the paper…and burnish the backing again…I had previously tried ths paper and was unhappy with the results.  But, after watching a video in witch Jennifer McGuire explains that burnishing it is key! This made a huge huge huge difference in how it worked!!!! 

Check out this Stampin’ Up! Video showing all the fun you can have with the Lift Me Up! Bundle 

It is Sale-A-Bration at Stampin’ Up! This means that with a $50 purchase you earn FREE exclusive product! 

If you love the Lift Me Up! Bundle as much as I do! Be sure to also check out this stamp set! It coordinates with the bundle! 

Suite Sentaments

The bundle alone in woood mount will earn you Sale-A-Bration! But, if you are a clear mount fan then you will have to add a little something to reach Sale-A-Bration! Suite Sentaments is the perfect thing!!! It will make this set go even further!!! 

I am still scheduling spring gatherings! If you are intrested in earning more rewards during Sale-A-Bration! Host a party!  

Sale-A-Bration makes joining Stampin’Up! Even better! Right now you earn two FREE stamp sets when you take advantage of the “Ultimate Bundle” aka starter kit! I have a growing group that love to stamp! And they love Stampin’Up! As much as you and I do!!! We would love for you to join us as a hobbyist or otherwise. All are welcome!!! And the Ultimate Bundle is really gor anyone who loves Stampin’ Up! and saveing money!!!!!!  Not only will you be apart of my group, you will be apart of the best Stampin’ Up! group around. The InKing Royalty, these guys are simply amazing!  

I hope you will check out what the design team has created over at CAS(E) this sketch! 

I love hearing your comments about todays card…feel free to comment below

Happy Tuesday! 

 Peace and Much Love,



  1. This is a gorgeous card, Jennifer! I love everything about it! The grays and blacks are perfect (and still uplifting). Love your use of these papers and patterns.

  2. Good Morning Jennifer and this is a beautiful card! I feel a CASE coming on! I adore the way you mixed several DSP’s together and the balloon being in the Dijon – PERFECT! Thanks for the inspiration this morning……fabulous post!


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