Hello and Welcome to our Sunday Night Blog Hop!! We at CASEing the Catty love to inspire you and challenge you to share ideas by using our awesome Stampin' Up! Catalogues as your starting point. CASEing is all about Copying and Sharing Everything!!
This week we are CASEing from the Love and Sympathy chapter of our Annual Catalogue
- pages 86 - 101.
I could NOT go past the projects on page 86 which feature the GORGEOUS Whole Lot of Love Suite and this glorious DSP!!
My card CASES the card in the top right of the picture - same layout but different paper from the DSP stack, and a different stamp set.
This is such a great layout, I simplified it a lot, and then we created a bunch of cards for our church Care and Concern group to send out when needed.
Half of the cards were created for male recipients, and half for female - the DSP used for these cards was: Petal Garden, Delightful Daisy, and Bundle of Love.
I love being inspired by our Catalogue - and I love the variation that is possible from one inspirational card!! Did you notice the lovely little strip of mini sequin trim under the embossed panel? This is such a sweet idea and I did not think of it myself; I was inspired by our catalogue!!
Thank you Stampin' Up!
Now its' time for you to hop along and see Elizabeth's gorgeous creation.
Please join in the fun and add your project to our awesome gallery in our facebook challenge page!!
Until Next Time,
Love Julia x
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Great CASE Julia! Those sequins are the perfect touch.ReplyDelete
Thank you Megan. Yes I agree!Delete
They look AMAZING! I'm so glad you pointed out this card for me. I had been thinking there weren't too many samples in the catalogue that use much DSP but you've proven me quite wrong. What a versatile layout, and I love the sequin trim too.ReplyDelete
It's a lovely way to show off our gorgeous DSP.Delete
I hadn't really noticed this card, Julia, but it is a great layout for using DSP, including those designs that we may not be too fond of.ReplyDelete
Yes, I agree Judy! It used up the DSP very well.Delete
Wow Julia. These are beautiful. So many cards. I love the simple layout. It is so effective with the DSP. I may just have to CASE these to build a stash!!! Thanks for sharing :-)ReplyDelete
Thank you Mel, Yes, this is a good way to build up a stash.Delete
Great card Julia, I love the mini sequins. This layout would be perfect for the DSP you're not sure how to use.ReplyDelete
Thank you Peta, yes, these mini sequins are so adorable.Delete
I agree with a comment above - such a lovely layout and a good way to use those DSP designs that may not be your favourite. As with this card I am sure it would look amazing.ReplyDelete
It was fun playing with all the DSP and deciding on the colours to go with them!!Delete
One layout so many beautiful cards! What a lovely idea for your Care and Concern group.ReplyDelete
Thank you Monique. Our care and concern group do a great job and sending cards is just one of their awesome outreach to those in need.Delete
Such a beautiful selection of cards Julia xxReplyDelete
Thank you so much Angela. I think our church really liked them too.Delete
What a great design to mass produce! That DSP is definitely one of my favourites - ever!ReplyDelete
Thank you Lisa, I agree this DSP is just gorgeous.Delete
What a great card! Love that you were able to make so many using this design.ReplyDelete
Thank you Rebecca. Yes, it was GREAT to be able to use it with lots of different papers!!Delete