CASEing the GSUSF Tutorial with Frosted Gingerbread

About every other month, the Global SU Share Fair demonstrators gather in a private Facebook group and share demonstrations using our fabulous products. Videos are available on replay if you miss the live events. If you are customer of mine, please ask to be invited to the group so you are ready for watching the next set of demonstrations on November 5/6th. We are also hosting a Black Friday event and have a special gift packaging themed extravaganza on December 3/4th.

Occasionally we offer a tutorial bundle of the projects featured in the demonstrations so you can re-create them easily with your supplies as a thank you for ordering. So today, we are CASEing a tutorial that was offered in January 2021 and adding a holiday twist. CASEing means to copy and share everything. We will select one of the projects to copy using the supplies we have on hand to create a fabulous new project.

Here is the original project from that tutorial created by Jacqui Lawrence from the United Kingdom.

I decided to use the Frosted Gingerbread photopolymer stamp set and coordinating Gingerbread and Peppermint designer series paper on my project. The little Kraft paper poinsettia is die cut using the Pretty Pillow Box die set. The sentiment shape was punched using the Label Me Fancy punch.

Slip off the Real Red Mini Ruffled Ribbon…

And the backside is just as pretty as the frontside since the Gingerbread and Peppermint designer series paper is double sided. The trees were fussy cut using our Paper Snips.

Click here to go to Terri Stewart’s blog to see which project she CASED.

Here is the link list in case you get off the trail…

Shirley Merker YOU ARE HERE!

Terri Stewart

Krissi Hannahs

Nancy Reynolds

Annette McMillan

Maureen Rauchfuss

Tracy Held

Joy Nelson

19 thoughts on “CASEing the GSUSF Tutorial with Frosted Gingerbread

    • superawesomestamper says:

      Hi Doublesmom, This was a card from a tutorial share that is earned when a new product order is placed with me. If you are already a customer of mine, click the contact button above and let me know the date you placed an order. I’ll get your email address from the order and email you the tutorial. It’s well worth placing an order if you have not placed an order with me yet! If you have not placed an order with me yet, you can order by clicking on the appropriate Show Now buttons on the right side of my blog. Or, I am including this fold in my next Kits in the Mail offering. Watch for the blog post on that offering because if you purchase the kits, you automatically get the measurements in the kit. HTH!

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