Hello and Welcome to our Sunday Night Blog Hop and Challenge CASEING the CATTY.
To CASE is to Copy And Share Everything, and we love to CASE from our Stampin' Up! catalogues which are full of inspiration.
This week, the challenge is to CASE a project from the die bundles chapter in the Annual Catalogue - pages 156 - 161.
|Stampin' Up! Annual Catalogue page 160 © Stampin' Up!|
I was inspired by this sweet card on page 160 featuring Seasons Blessings Bundle. I like this card because it was a simple layout and I could change it up to suit most stamps!!
I've used the lovely Meadow dies for the floral arrangements with the flowers from the Sweet Strawberry stamp set punched using the Strawberry builder punch.
My 'basket' was created using the Jar punch which I then embossed with the Checks embossing folder.
I decided to be extra creative with my background and used the largest Potted Succulents die as a mask and sponged randomly using Pale Papaya and Soft Succulent inks and the Blending Brushes.
The final touch was a few Opal Rounds in the centres of the flowers, and some white bakers twine wrapped around the neck of the jar - just like the inspiration photo. What do you think? Could you see the inspiration for my card?
|UP next is the very creative Kathryn and her lovely project inspired by this chapter of the Catalogue.|
|We'd love you to join the fun with us too by adding your project inspired by this chapter to our Facebook challenge page.|
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