CASEing TUESDAY CARD for 1/16/2018

Hello, well I know today is actually Wednesday but I am one day late posting this weeks’ CASEing Tuesday Card.  This week’s card is a CASE of the card on page 41 of the new Occasions Catalog.   Here are the two cards.  My version and the version in the catalog.

I choose to dry embross the card base to add the texture and use the Pick a Pattern Designer Series Paper.  Then instead of watercoloring on the top layer, I used the Watercolor Wash background stamp, matching with Flirty Flamingo ink.  I then stamped the flower from the Color Me Happy stamp set which is still available in my on-line store. 

Please join us on the Facebook page CASEing Tuesday and CASE with us on Tuesday’s as often as you can.  It is not necessary to do a blog post about it.  It is something fun to look forward to each week.

If you would like to buy any of the products used in either picture, just go to my on-line store and click shop.  Please use Hostess Code BD96B99F In the host code box and receive a free gift from me .  Here is the link to the store

Happy Crafting, Darlene Seitz,  Independent Stampin Up demonstrator  


CASEing TUESDAY CARD for 1/9/2018

Today’s card is based on a card in the SALE-A-BRATION Catalog on page 15.  See both cards below.

I used the Birthday Memories DSP and Pacific Point card stock.  I used three stamp sets.  Birthday Delivery from the annual catalog (the bouquets and hats on the bottom of the card),  Celebration Time (big party hat) also from the annual catalog and Party Panda (the greeting, Happy birthday) which is FREE with a qualifying purchase.  It is found in the SAB catalog.  I also used 1/4 ” edged ribbon (Pacific Point).  These products can be seen in my on-line store at

Don’t  forget the occasions catalog and SAB are going on right now.  SAB is the biggest sale of the year for Stampin Up.  Earn free products now through 3/31/2018.  Contact me today for catalogs or details of the sale.

Happy Crafting, Darlene Seitz,  Independent Stampin Up demonstrator 


 Happy New Year to everyone.   Hope you had a great Holiday season.   Isn’t it always hard to get use to writing a new year when you date things?  Here is my card for this week

I used the Eastern Palace suite like the card it it is based off of which is shown below.

I used the new in-colors, Fresh Fig and Tranquil tide for the ink and paper (Also very vanilla).  I used the stamp set and dies for this suite and the Designer Series Paper.   I also used the matching gold stickers and tassels.   Then I added some gold thread to hold the tassel.  I did the inside as well.

This suite of products is found on page 18 & 19 of the Annual Catalog and in my on-line store.
  As always, 

Darlene Seitz, Independent Stampin Up demonstrator 


CASEing Tuesday-Last of the Christmas Cards 2017

I hope you all had a great Christmas.   Here is this week’s CASEing Tuesday Card. 

It is based on the card shown on page 4 of the Holiday catalog.   

I made some changes in the colors and arrangement of the trees and banner but the design is basically the same.  The cards use the Bundle Christmas Quilt and several of the accessories shown on page 5 of the Holiday catalog.   They are:  Stitched Felt Embellishments, Quilt Top Textured Impressions Embossing Folder and the  Quilted Christmas Designer Series Paper.   This is a great set that can be used all year long. It is still available in my on-line store  

As always,  Happy Crafting 

Darlene Seitz, Independent Stampin Up demonstrator  

CASEing Tuesday Card for 12/19/2017

Here is this weeks card.   It is based off the card shown in the annual catalog on page 223 (top right corner).  I stayed pretty true to the design.  I used an old retired set but this could easily be made with the Good Tidings set still available from Stampin Up. I also used the two largest dies from the Lots of Labels framelits.  I can’t seem to stop making Christmas cards. 

Don’t forget to check out the retiring list and discounted items in my on-line store.   Also, the Clearance rack has been updated with new items.  Here is the link to my on-line store  

As always,  Happy Crafting,  

Darlene Seitz,  Independent Stampin Up demonstrator 



CASEing Tuesday Card for this week

  • Here is this weeks CASEing Tuesday Card.   I have used the Painted Harvest set and made the flowers into wreaths.  I used both flower stamps and used Lemon Lime Twist and Old Olive as the color combinations.  Each wreath was stamped a little different using different layer combinations and color.  I also used Cherry Cobbler and the dot stamp that comes with the set as well as for the greeting wording.  I added small bows using twine.  The design was from the card in the Holiday Catalog on page 48, bottom left.  Here is the picture. 
  • There is still time to shop from the Holiday Catalog.   This set will not be retiring when the catalog sales period ends on January 2, 2018.  However don’t wait to order as it is a very versatile set that can be used all year long.  The link to my on-line store is
  • Also, the retiring items from the catalog (holiday) have been announced AND many are currently on sale.  Don’t miss out on these year end specials.  See my on-line store for details under Store.
  • Have a great week and Happy Crafting.
  • Darlene Seitz,  Independent Stampin Up demonstrator  
  • P.S. please use the Hostess Code which is YGVZSKCA if you place an order and you will receive a free gift.

Another Stampin Up CASEing Tuesday Card

So it’s Tuesday, as you know, so time for another CASEing Tuesday Card.  

This card is based on the card on page 27 of the Stampin Up Holiday Catalog (left side, blue).  I made it into a shaker card and added some layers.  I also used some October Paper Pumpkin materials.  Paper Pumpkin is so versatile that you can create many more items than the intended projects.  To order products used to create this card and many more, see my on-line store

Why not come and join us on the Facebook page CASEing Tuesday and see how you can create great cards based on those in the catalogs.

As always,  Happy Crafting

Darlene Seitz, Independent Stampin Up demonstrator