Hello and Welcome to another Sunday Night Blog Hop where we CASE the Catalogue and share our inspiration with you!! This week, we are CASEing the Holiday Catalogue, and in particular
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I've been inspired by this lovely gift bag on the left, and made it into a card.
I've kept to the same layout, only changing a couple of colours. The DSP under the star comes from This Christmas Specialty Designer Series Paper, and I've coordinated this lovely cherry cobbler with crushed curry.
Now it's time for you to keep hopping all the way through the team - and enjoy!!
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For the complete list of the design team, head on over to the CASEing the Catty Blog.
Ooh! Cherry Cobbler with Crushed Curry, I think I love this colour choice!ReplyDelete
THank you Deb, yes, I agree, it does look pretty vibrant!Delete
Lovely card!! Love the stars!ReplyDelete
Thanks Rebecca, I love the stars too and the sentiments in this set are totally divine too.Delete
This is so lovely Julia. The colours are great! Kelly xReplyDelete
Thank you Kelly, yes, these colours are pretty cool.Delete
What an absolute WOW of a colour scheme! It's quite eye catching, I like it lots.ReplyDelete
Thank you Rachel, it's really bright in real life too!Delete
Julia your card is lovely - your colour combination is so unusual for Christmas but it works so well and looks so regal.ReplyDelete
Thank you Liz, I love that you think it looks regal!Delete
Great CASE, Julia. The Cherry Cobbler background really makes it pop.ReplyDelete
THank you Judy, yes, I love the addition of the Cherry Cobbler too.Delete
This bundle arrived at my home this week and I inspired by this card.ReplyDelete
Thankyou Kathryn. I love this bundle too.Delete
Great colour combo. Love the stamping on the cherry DSP, subtle but effective.ReplyDelete
Thankyou Krissy. The card looks so bright in real life.Delete