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 (CATTY).
This week, we are CASEING our Favourite Mini Catalogue bundle.
I actually had MANY favourite bundles from this catalogue and have featured many in lots of blog posts, like the Merriest Moments Bundle, Stars are Shining Bundle and the Happy Holly Days bundle, but the bundle I'm featuring tonight is just so versatile and gorgeous and I needed something extra special this week. So I've CASED the Natures Harvest bundle project featured on page 56.
I find it a little tricky sometimes making Sympathy cards, but this bundle and the layout of the card I've chosen REALLY helped me this time. I've changed the colours to green (surprise surprise!!) and used the Ever Eden paper (which has been another super favourite of mine!!) and used exactly the same layout as the card featured.
I repeated the same layout and motif on the inside of the card - and in fact I think I like the plain background on the inside of the card better than the front! This is a card for all of our street to sign and so we needed more room for everybody. The stamp sets I used are: Quiet Meadow for the inside and Peaceful Moments for the front.
I've also used the Hostess Pattern Party paper, Cork paper and the Ever Eden Cotton Paper - you can see a bit that I've scrunched on the front.
|Up next is Rachael's gorgeous card of gifts!!|
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|Click here to see what's still available on our list for the Mini Catalogue.|
|This is the suite featuring the gorgeous paper on my project - click here to see more.|
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Sympathy cards are hard to make but I love this one of yours, it feels very soothing.ReplyDelete