This is our last week at CASEing the Catty for 2015. But make sure you check back next year when we start up again and CASE our wonderful new Occasions Catalogue and Sale-a-bration Catalogue too!! Welcome here to my project if you've come from Emma, and make sure to keep hopping all the way through our blog this week to see the amazing projects!!
So this week, we are CASEing each other. I have the fun of CASEing Jackie Noble, and this project I've really wanted to CASE ever since Jackie first posted her project!!
My little baubles are hanging on the tree, but they are so fun and cute!!
Now it's time for you to hop on over to Jackie's project and CASE
and if you get totally lost, just head on over to the CASEing the Catty blog for the complete list of all the design team and their projects!!
Your baubles are so cute Julia! I loved them when Jackie made them and I love your ones used as ornaments, hanging on the Christmas tree. So much fun. Merry Christmas, Emma xoReplyDelete
they are just too cute Julia, and they look lovely hanging on your tree. it certainly is beginning to feel a lot more like Christmas. what a great project to finish the year on. enjoy the break!ReplyDelete
Those baubles are just lovely!! Thanks for being a part of the Crew this year. Merry Christmas!!ReplyDelete
Wow Julia, these honeycomb balls are just so clever & intricate. Plus you get free ornaments for your tree too! I have really enjoyed this hop & can't wait to see what you come up with for next years CTC hops. Merry Christmas.ReplyDelete
These are adorable! What a great CASE and the perfect way to use up Christmas DSP! Merry Christmas to you and your family! xxxReplyDelete
Bright and cheerful Christmas decorations, I never think to make anything for my tree. I have loved joining the Crew this year and are always inspired.ReplyDelete
These are so pretty, Julia! Love the prints you have chosen, as they highlight the bauble construction perfectly. Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
I think this was one of my favourite projects too! Love your CASE Julia - the baubles look great on the tree! Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete