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 amazing Stampin' Up! catalogues.
This week we are CASEING from the Mini Catalogue!!
I have CASED the sweet heart card from page 8 - can you see my inspiration?
I've used the lovely Gingham embossing folder with vellum which gives a gorgeous white detail that I love!! I have also used the wonderful Flowing Flowers stamp set instead of the hearts on the original.
The colours are also inspired by the catalogue project and they are: Fresh Freesia, Pale Papaya, So Saffron and a tiny touch of Pear Pizzazz. I've used some of the lovely soft frayed ribbon behind my main image instead of paper, and I've used the Rectangle Postage Stamp Punch for my greeting. The stunning Iridescent Rhinestone Jewels are the same.
Inside features a simple stamped flower - so pretty!!
CASEING is such a great way to get back into the groove of stamping and cardmaking!!
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Your version with the flowers and embossed vellum is really pretty JuliaReplyDelete
Very pretty, love how you swapped stamp sets.ReplyDelete
I love the embossed vellum. Such great texture but sets off your subtle colours perfectly.ReplyDelete
Doesn't the embossing folder on vellum look amazing!! Such a lovely card.ReplyDelete