CASE your fellow AECP Crafter

Hello and welcome to Case your fellow Crafter Blog Hop!
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We fellow crafters at AECP are here with our first AECP Participant/Educator Hop! We thought it would be really fun to do a CASE your fellow crafter hop, which is an awesome way to get to know each other! All the credit goes to Natasha. she is the one who helped us the most in making this happen today.

Today I’m going to CASE Berit Kyllo-Steinmoen . She is such a talented artist. A fellow AECP participant who has got real talent of playing with colors. The card I chose to CASE is

As I was scrolling through her IG ,I noticed that this was her first trial on layering dies. That when I realized that I haven’t given it a try yet. Switching from layered stamping to layered dies was something really new to me. But I’m totally loving it. So here is my version of her card.


Coming to the details, CASE means Copy And Share Everything. but it can be interpreted in many ways. Basically, we would each choose one of the AECP/Educator creations someone has shared that inspires us. Then we would create something ourselves; it could be a recreation of the exact card, we could take certain parts of the design and make it our own. It could be that a specific technique or color choice inspires you. The possibilities are endless! Today I have focused on the techniques and the layout used by her. She has given a vertical border at the left side of the card with the layering flower covering part of it. The sentiment is placed on the right bottom of the card. As add-ons she has also used some sequences near the sentiment.

To begin with I trimmed a 5 1/4 * 4 1/2 Neenah classic crest cardstock. Then stuck altenew’s deco lines washi tape on the left side. Then I die cut Craft a Flower Rose layering die set from Altenew. I used 4 different gradients of red for the flower and green for the leaf. To give a unique look I splashed some yellow paint on the green leaves. The sentiment I used was from friends forever stamp set from Altenew. To have a extra look .I used some Antique gold sequins from Altenew. Here are some detail look to my card. Hope you liked it.

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10 thoughts on “CASE your fellow AECP Crafter

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  • Sandhya IyerFebruary 16, 2021 at 4:16 pm

    Wow! I love both the cards – the original and your version! That’s the best part about this hop. Great job on taking her sketch and making it your own!

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  • MichelleFebruary 16, 2021 at 4:37 pm

    That is beautiful! I love those colours!

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  • Gabriela SeminarioFebruary 16, 2021 at 5:50 pm

    Nice work, now I want to try layering dies… Both are beautiful cards, and I like your take on it.

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  • SaundraFebruary 16, 2021 at 6:59 pm

    Love your take on Berit’s card! I have layering dies that I just have not used yet. I really need to get them out to play!!

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  • allison kulkaFebruary 16, 2021 at 8:22 pm

    Great cards. Love the beautiful layering and eye catching backgrounds!

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  • DaniellaFebruary 16, 2021 at 9:03 pm

    I just love the combination of the flowers with the washi. Great card!

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  • JenFebruary 16, 2021 at 11:38 pm

    Lovely card! I love the red black gold and white together!

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  • Natasha DaviesFebruary 17, 2021 at 12:34 am

    Absolutely beautiful!! I love that you tried a new product too, you rocked those layering die cuts!! πŸ˜πŸ‘

    Thank you so much for joining this hop! πŸ˜€

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  • Anna Patricia c. MahtaniFebruary 17, 2021 at 11:00 am

    Absolutely beautiful card Shahi! I really love your combination of red and black!

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