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 pages 56 to 77 which feature the Love chapter!! And my project is totally inspired by the great card right in the middle with the white colouring of the gorgeous flower on coloured cardstock. It features the stunning Cottage Rose Bundle.
My project has been converted to a gift bag using the gorgeous Delicate Details Treat Box which is so lovely and easy to put together. They come already die cut with the adhesive already on them so all you do is put it together!! Easy Peasy.
My focal point is the stunning flowers from Cottage Rose. I've stamped it using Early Espresso ink and then coloured the flower using White Ink and a blender pen. It's also been coloured using an Old Olive and Polished Pink Stampin' Blends Alcohol Markers. Isn't the white ink just stunning on the Crumb Cake cardstock??? I just love it.
Behind my main image I've added some die cut flowers from the Cottage Flowers dies and some of the totally gorgeous Rose Gold Foil. Under the greeting is some fabulous Frayed Ribbon cut in half lengthwise and frayed even more for a lovely soft fringe!! I've tied the other half of the ribbon at the top of the box for the closure.
I've also lined the box with some Blushing Bride Cardstock so the die cut detail is more defined.
|Up next on our hop this week is the super lovely Rachel.
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|Check out the gorgeousness inside!! You'll love it all!!
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