Hello and Welcome to CASEING the CATTY for another brilliant blog hop and challenge.
CASEING is all about the acronym CASE - Copy And Selectively Edit or Copy And Share Everything. Our design team loves to use the amazing projects from the Stampin' Up! Catalogues (Catty) as an inspiration point to CASE and create.
There are an amazing amount of Bundles in this little Catalogue! Eventually, I decided that the Merry Christmas to All Bundle was my favourite - I love those great words for the framelits, and the font on the greeting is just lovely!! My starting point came from the card on the top left - with it's 2 tone Christmas word.
This is a really simple card but it has a really fun fold to create a card to stand on the mantelpiece as a decor element for the season.
The words have been cut with the framelits using Merry Merlot and then I've swiped some versamark on the bottom half of the words and heat embossed copper powder to create the 2 tones. This is reflected in the glorious sparkle of the 2 tone ribbon which is also Merry Merlot and Copper.
The inside panel has been stamped and then some red rhinestones added to the holly leaves. I've added a couple of sprigs of fronds and pinecones using the lovely Pretty Pines thinlits and the Sprig Punch.
The shadow box folds flat for postage too! Measurements are:
Cardstock cut in half length wise - 10 1/2cm x A4 and then scored at 11cm, 14cm, 25cm, 28cm. A window was cut out of the side using the Stitched Shapes largest square.
Up next is the lovely Kathryn and her favourite bundle!! Enjoy!! Make sure you keep hopping around the whole team to see the amazing bundles in new and different ways!!
We'd totally love you to join in the challenge too and create something using your favourite bundle as a starting point. It's easy to add your project to the lineup on our facebook challenge page!!
Until Next Time,
Love Julia x
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