Hello and Welcome to our Sunday Night Blog hop and Challenge CASEING the CATTY.
To CASE is to Copy And Share Everything or to Copy And Selectively Edit, and we love to CASE from our Stampin' Up! Catalogues.
This is our second week of challenge #262 with our sketch challenge inspired by page 34 of the Mini Catalogue.
There are so many amazing ideas inspired by this sketch! Did you see all the wonderful projects from the team last week? Well this week will inspire you just as much!! Keep hopping around the whole team - so many gorgeous ideas!!
This week, I've created a Valentines Card using the Heart Punch Pack AND the coordinating From My Heart specialty designer series paper - there is lots of gorgeous foil accents on the paper - YUM!
The 3 panel sketch was created by making windows into a piece of Champagne Foil using the Rectangle Stitched dies. The panel was raised on dimensionals on top of some scraps of the Magnolia Lane papers that were loitering on my desk!!
The greeting was stamped using Real Red Ink and the Forever Blossoms stamp set.
The inside of the card is very simple - but still cute!!
Up next is the wonderful Tina and her stunning card featuring the poppies! Such a brilliant idea!!
This week is the second week of our current challenge so make sure you get your photo into the gallery on our facebook page and join in the fun with us!!!
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I love your Champagne windows!! It looks stunning.ReplyDelete
Such a clever way to use the sketch, Julia. The DSP works really well with that gorgeous Champagne FoilReplyDelete
Great Valentine’s Day card. The cut outs behind the hearts looks great.ReplyDelete
Great card Julia, I love the windows and the hearts look fabulous against the background DSP.ReplyDelete
Sort of a reversal of the sketch - that's a bit clever Julia!ReplyDelete