Sunday, October 02, 2016

Stampin' Up! Holly Berry Happiness for CTC98 Warmth & Cheer


Hello and Welcome to our Sunday Night Blog Hop!  
Our Blog is about inspiring you to CASE (Copy and Selectively Edit) from our Catalogues.
This week, we are exploring the Warmth & Cheer chapter - pages 12 - 17.


And I've used this little card on the right from page 15 as my inspiration.



This little card in the Catalogue uses the Hang Your Stocking stamp set........


however, I don't own this set, so I've used my Holly Berry Happiness bundle to create this set of cards

Holly Berry Happiness Photopolymer Bundle

which turned out to be all the same, but all different!!!

And this card, is the most different - it features the punched leaves from the Holly Berry Builder Punch, with only the greeting being stamped.  
The other cards feature the stamped images in varying colours.
Which is your favourite?


I prefer the Wild Wasabi card I think - it's the lightest colours, and I've punched gold glimmer paper highlights rather than using the sequins which feature on all the other cards.


  
Now, for more awesome creativity and inspiration, you need to hop your way through the entire crew - backwards to lovely Judy, or forwards to amazing Kelly.
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18 comments:

  1. I really like the way you've used the holly stamps (and the punched holly) from this set. It was in my head to try something similar, so it's nice to see the idea in action.

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    1. Thanks Jan. These were fun cards to make!

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  2. Julia, what a great set of cards, I love the Wild Wasabi also with the gold glimmer highlights! Great CASEing!

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    1. Thankyou Deb. It was fun coming up with all the variations!

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  3. Great set Julia, I looked at this option too. I think I prefer the first one -is it Garden Green? they are all good.

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    1. Yes Elizabeth it is garden green and I've stamped off as well as doing the two step for the leaves.

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  4. I think you're right with your first choice, I do think this was a very cute idea.

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    1. Thankyou Rachel. It's fun to make a whole set. I think I should do it more often.

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  5. Love your wreaths, Julia. I think the first one is my favourite. Is it Cherry Cobbler with Wild Wasabi?

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    1. Thankyou Judy. Yes the first one does gave cherry cobbler berries with garden green leaves with some stamping off for the lighter colour.

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  6. a Fab set of cards Julia - love you CASEs. It's great to see the different combos in action!

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    1. Thankyou Jackie. It's amazing how different all the combinations look!

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  7. Wow, I love you have used a different stamp set to create your selection of wreaths.

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    1. Thank you Kathryn. It was an adventure in colour and style!

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  8. I didn't notice that card in the catty Julia - your CASE is beautiful! Great creativity! Kelly x

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  9. Thankyou Kelly. I love seeing all the projects in new ways through our fantastic CASEING the catty blog! I'm loving the inspiration from our whole team!

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  10. How very clever of you Julia.. one design done 4 different ways! Each one looks so different to the next. I'm going to try and CASE this idea of yours!

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    1. Thank you Krissy. It's amazing how different and yet the same these cards are!

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