CASE:Going Global, Stampin’ Up

This really unique card, is one I found on Pinterest, by Pinner Sue Lehrer. I did it two ways, once as a general masculine card, and a second as a Father’s Day card. You  could change the sentiment around for so many other cards as well, even a birthday card!

Both cards are identical, except for the greeting.

Start with a base of Basic Black 5 1/2″ by 8 1/2″, scored at 4 1/2″, Crumb Cake Layer of 5 /” by 4 / “. DSP layer from Going Places Designer Series Paper Stack at 5 /” by 4 /”. Another piece of Crumb Cake at 3 1/4″ square. Three additional pieces of Crumb Cake, two large enough for the 2″ Circle Punch, and another 1″ by your chosen length.

I sponged the edges of all of the Crumb Cake layers with Black Archival ink, including the compass, “popped up” compass directionals and the sentiment piece.
I stamped the compass twice, so I had an extra to fussy cut and pop up on a dimensional. I added a Jewel Rhinestone for a little shine!








Going Global


# 140748 Going Global clear mount stamp set

# 120953 Crumb Cake card stock

# 121045 Basic Black card stock

# 140581 Going Places Designer series paper stack

# 140931 Archival Stampin’ ink pad in Basic Black

# 119246 Rhinestone Basic Jewels

# 104332 Snail Adhesive

# 101610 Stampin Sponges

# 104199 Linen Thread

# 122334 Simply Scored Scoring Tool

# 126889 Stampin’ Trimmer

# 126199 Stampin’ Pierce Mat

# 126189 Paper-Piercing Tool

# 103579 Paper snips

# 104430 Dimensionals

# 102300 Bone folder

# 126200 Stampin’ scrub

# 102394 Stampin’ mist

# 129851 Clear block  starter set

# 131527 Whisper White Envelopes

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