Hello again to our Sunday night blog hop!!
And a shout out to CASEING the CATTY - this is our 100th post!!! How cool is this!!
This week we are exploring
the Birthday Bouquet Section of the Occasions Catalogue - pages 8 - 15.
My project has been inspired by the lovely stamp set Number of Years projects on the bottom of page 11, and especially this darling scrapbooking page.
I've used this great idea of the little squares of DSP - my page features the Wildflower Fields Sale-a-bration DSP, and I've added in Flowering Fields stamping too!! (Couldn't resist!)
I've totally copied the lovely little flag banner in the top left corner, and the number for the title embellishment!! As my page is not about a birthday age, but about 3 wonderful friends being together, I haven't done the stamping in the background of all the numbers (even though it looks amazing!!)
My bottom right square features the lovely Sale-a-bration Botanical Gardens vellum stack. I've layered it over the top of Blackberry Bliss cardstock, and stamped the flowers with white stazon ink. The final touch is some lovely watercolouring on the flowers.
So, are you inspired? Make sure you add your lovely creation to our monthly challenge by clicking on the link below and entering!!
Now it's time for you to hop along to the rest of the hop. And you get to go forward or backwards!!
If you wish to see the list of the whole design team, simply click on the link below to head on over to our Caseing the Catty blog.
See you next week!!
Julia this is beautiful, I admire anyone who can document photos and events and you have done an amazing job with this. What a great CASE from the card inspiration.ReplyDelete
Love your scrap page, Julia. Love the background DSP squares tooReplyDelete
What a fun & creative way to CASE that card, Julia. Your stamping & colouring on the vellum looks lovely & blends with the DSP so well. I admire your creativity & memory keeping ability!ReplyDelete
Love the patchwork of dainty floral prints & the vellum stamped panel is so pretty. Fabulous page, Julia! :)ReplyDelete
Love the clever twist you put on the title, Julia. Those papers make such a pretty background.ReplyDelete
I love how the outfits you and your friends have on match the DSP you used!! What a great page to show how number stamps don't always have to be about birthdays.ReplyDelete
great page layout, I like your different use for the Number of Years framelits.ReplyDelete