Hello and Welcome to our Sunday Night Blog Hop 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 (catty).
This week, the challenge was to CASE a project and give it a twist!!
My project inspiration comes from page 14 of the Annual Catalogue on the page featuring the fabulous Bright Balloons bundle - I've used this card for inspiration before - I must like it!!
I've used a very similar layout with the tall centre piece, but my twist is to create a faux step card and to convert the card to a Christmas Card.
I've used the gorgeous Shining Brightly paper punched using the 2 3/8 inch circle punch and then die cut the image from the Holy Night Dies from Boho Blue cardstock. The card base is Night of Navy to coordinate with the starry paper.
I've stamped stars with Wild Wheat ink (after stamping off once to make the colour lighter) from the Stars at Night stamp set, and the greeting comes from the Holy Night stamp set.
It's a bit hard to see but I've used the hybrid Stars at Night folder to add texture to the card behind the main image. And the little golden glittery star was cut using the AH MAZING adhesive backed gold and silver glimmer paper that's part of our Online Exclusive collection - just loooove this paper!!
Inside the card is room for a greeting along with some extra starry stamping. I hope you're inspired to have a go and changing up projects in our catalogue!! Up next is Rebecca with some more Christmas Inspiration for you.
|Make sure you keep hopping to see lots of great inspiration!|
|Here's more inspiration on our Facebook page!|
|Stars shining brightly faux step|
|Order this gorgeous bundle using this host code|
|You cannot miss this!!|
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