Sunday, September 08, 2019

A Snowy Treat CTC#245




Hello and Welcome to our Sunday Night Blog Hop and Challenge as we CASE the CATTY.


To CASE is to Copy And Selectively Edit or to Copy And Share Everything, and we love to CASE from our awesome Stampin' Up! catalogues.  


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This week, we are celebrating the Let it Snow Suite from our Holiday Catalogue which is on pages 18 to 23

I was first attracted to the gorgeous snowman on the pizza box at the bottom right of the picture on page 18.  I have CASED the layout and changed the colours and the stamps to Perfectly Plaid and the coordinating Pine Tree Punch.


I've used some of the fun Mercury Glass Designer Acetate for the background on the Pizza Box lid (instead of the stamping on the original).


After enjoying the creative process so much making my first pizza box, I then was inspired to create another one using the sumptuous gold Pizza Boxes from the Holiday Catalogue.  


The stamps are from Bloom and Grow and I stamped the wreath using the hinge technique on the Stamparatus. 


And then I saw the gorgeous little snow man head on the Mini Curvy Keepsakes box on page 18 and used the super delicious Brightly Gleaming DSP to whip up these three little cuties!!


The greetings are stamped in the Copper Delicata ink (swoon) with the super useful Itty Bitty Christmas stamp set.  


So my Snowy Treat really went crazy!!  But I'm ready early for some fun gift giving!!


I encourage you to keep hopping around the whole design team - we have some gorgeous projects inspired by the Let it Snow pages!!  Up next is the super talented Tina.


We would also love you to join in the fun with us too!  Be inspired by these pages in the Holiday Catalogue and then add your photo to the lineup on our facebook page.!


PS.  Did you know we have paper on sale?  Check it out here!





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5 comments:

  1. Both pizza boxes look amazing! You’ve done a great job with the stamped wreath and the colours look great with the gold box. I love the tree pizza box too

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  2. Gosh, I love those pizza boxes you've decorated, and the first one with Mercury Glass definitely reminded me to look it up and add to an order! I might need to use yours as a starting point for my decorating of Christmas boxes.

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  3. Gorgeous projects, Julia. The pizza boxes are fabulous and I especially love the wreath you've created with Bloom & Grow.

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  4. What a gorgeous collection of treat packaging. I particularly love the decorated pizza boxes, especially the beautiful wreath. I'm so intrigued by that acetate paper.

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  5. Three stunning projects!! I love the pizza boxes and that wreath really showcases how you can use the stamparatus to create gorgeousness.

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