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Monday, June 09, 2014

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neely

Thanks for sharing this card... Hope you don't mind but I'm going to CASE this for an upcoming card class! Will make a perfect male b'day card!

Pat

Please feel free to case this card! It's so easy to do.

Nancy Eastaugh

Pat -I love this card! Never looked twice at this set until I saw this! Hope to see you soon.

Kathy

very clever!

Pat Mayer

Thank you! :)

Cathy Warhank

Thank you so much for this fantastic card, Pat. I love the clean look - the seeming motion has added impact. So well done!

Mary Davidson

Pat, this is awesome!! I'm going to case it for my husband's birthday tomorrow, if you don't mind. Your technique is so clever!! He will LOVE it! Thanks for sharing your instructions. Right before Christmas he got to be a Santa's Elf on the Florida East Coast Railroad Christmas Train from Jacksonville to Miami and has been even more over the moon about trains than before. Happy New Year!

Pat Mayer

Thanks, Mary. Feel free to case. I hope he likes it. 😊

mary kolodgie

This is my favorite card on pinterest done with this stamp set! It really looks as though it is moving. Hope you do not mind if I case it for my class next week! Thanks.

Pat

Mary -- Please case away! I have to admit this is one of my favorites. It's amazingly simple, and I'm sure your guests will love it as well. Thanks for your comment.

Noreen Klassen

I don't understand when you say case this. I would really like to see a tutorial as I am new to stamping and am a visual person. I love this card and would really like to make it.

Pat Mayer

Hi Noreen -- I'm so sorry, I just saw your comment on my blog. Thank you! The best tutorial I can give is in the photo below the card image and the description below that. Basically it's three layers as shown cut with the Big Shot square dies. The dimension is achieved with the addition of Stampin' Dimensionals to make the top two layers higher. If you need anything beyond that, please just let me know! CASE means we "Copy And Share Everything" -- meaning we get our ideas from elsewhere. Sounds better than just "copy"! :) Welcome to the world of stamping.

Linda whitaker

Pat, Please may I have the measurements for you cards, the train as my husbands birthday is 7/21. And I would Love to make this card of yours, he was a locomotive engineer for 41 years.. it would blow his mind if he'd receive a card like that card.
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