This week at CASEING the Catty we are venturing into the NEW Holiday Catalogue - and ooooohh it is chock full of scrumptious new projects, ideas and fabulous new goodies!!!
Today's blog hop is stupendous!! Whether you've started here with me (hello!) or you've hopped along from the great project of the Talented Tricia you will be blown away by the fantastic new kits and ideas in our Holiday Catalogue!!
I've decided to CASE the shaker cards in the gorgeous To You and Yours Shaker Kit - I have previously made up all the cards in this kit and you can see these gorgeous cards HERE. I loved it so much, I've made another card with the left over glittery glimmer and used the Festival of Trees stamp set.
I've adapted the idea for the gorgeous printed vellum from the catalogue by using some silver foil vellum mounted over the top of Cherry Cobbler cardstock - and what a great Christmas colour this is!!
And with my left over tree that was punched out, I've decided to create a tag (inspired by the gorgeous Oh What Fun Tag Project Kit). I created all these tags in this kit too - and it is marvellous!!!
To complete my project, I popped the tag onto a card with a bit of that delicious new holiday DSP!
Now its time for you to venture over to the marvellous project created by Helen, by clicking on this lovely 'next' arrow.
And if you get totally bamboozled, just hop on back to the CASEing the Catty blog to see the list of all the blog posts for the whole design team!!
All your cards look great. I love how you have used up the leftovers of the kits to create something beautiful! and the vellum over the Cherry cardstock looks amazing!!ReplyDelete
I wanted to tell you how much I liked the vellum over the cherry cobbler too, looks super! Great job with your cards.ReplyDelete
Beautiful work, Julia! Your shaker card is soooo pretty & the Vellum/Cherry background is stunning. Love that you created another cute card with the punched tree as your inspiration. :)ReplyDelete
What a lovely idea of making a shaker card with the tree punch.ReplyDelete