Mystery CASE June 29 – #MCC9
It’s the end of June! And we have one more Mystery CASE Monday! This week I am stepping up the challenge a little bit. We are going to making a 3-D project card. Don’t be scared off by that! If I manage it, you can too.
This weeks clues were fairly simple, but with a couple of twists. Window sheets and small filler objects. Can you take a guess what we are going to be making this week? And I mean all week, as I have many projects to share.
Here are the clues I posted over the weekend. Did any of you guess what we might be sharing this week? Some of you know me pretty well…
Okay, so if you are ready and want me to show you what and how I crafted this solution I am sharing today, go ahead and watch the Stampin’ Show & Tell video. Then it will be your turn to craft and share with me!
Mystery CASE June 29 Show & Tell Video
Okay, let’s get crafty! Be sure to snap photos of your projects and email them to me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. By sharing your photos you give me permission to share here on the blog. I will add your name to your project to give you credit. And you get a entry in the end of the Month Drawing for FREE SHIPPING on your next order.
Did you miss last weeks Mystery CASE? You can see all the details on the Monthly BLOG PAGE – MYSTERY CASE June 2020.
So Sentimental Shaker Card for Mystery CASE June 29
Tips & Tricks:
- Be sure to die cut your open frame, so that you have a large enough edge to build the shaker box frame on the back.
- If you don’t have an open framelit of multiple sizes to build a frame. Think about using a solid die and then cut out another smaller shape from the center. Here I used Ornate Frames and Stitched Rectangle Dies.
- Filler Ideas: sequence, beads, small paper punch shapes.
Quick List of Products:
Here’s another card, I made with the Thank You sentiment instead.