Hello and Welcome to our fun Sunday Night Blog Hop and Challenge CASEING the CATTY.
To CASE is to Copy And Selectively Edit or to Copy And Share Everything, and we love to CASE our Stampin' Up! catalogues which are FULL of amazing inspiration.
This week, we are CASEING a Colour Scheme from the Garden Lane DSP - the colours are:
Garden Green, Mint Macaron, Mossy meadow, Pear Pizzazz, Soft Sea Foam and Whisper White. Amazingly, these are not ALL the greens in the Stampin' Up! family!!
The gorgeous Garden Lane DSP is featured beautifully on pages 40 and 41 of our catalogue, and I have been somewhat inspired by the layout of the card on the far right of these projects.
I tried a few different variations of the same layout and swapped up the colours of stamping and cardstock. I have used every colour from the DSP on these projects. My stamp set was Very Versailles which is a remarkably easy stamp set to use and create lovely collage images.
For the central rectangle I've used the gorgeous Heirloom Frames embossing folder and cut around the outside edge. This card above has a little extra ink swiped over the folder before embossing to highlight the lovely design on the frame.
The inside of both cards is very simple - using the leaf as a frame. The distinktive stamp image makes it look just glorious.
Up next for some Garden Lane inspiration is Rebecca and a stunning card featuring vellum . Make sure you keep hopping around the whole team to see the inspirational projects from everyone!!
I hope you've been inspired by our very 'green' blog hop tonight, and that you'll look again at the colours of this DSP and join in the fun with us!!
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