CTC237: CASE a card on page 151

I’m back with another CASEing the Catty Blog Hop, this time CASEing projects found on page 151 of the Annual Catalogue. As always if you’re starting here or joining me from Kelly’s blog, Welcome!!

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I took inspiration from the with the card with the fish on it. For my card, I used the To A Wild Rose Photopolymer Bundle, using Highland Heather and Balmy Blue, with a touch of copper.

I started off stamping the outline of the rose in Versamark onto a piece of Shimmery White Cardstock, then heat embossing with Copper Stampin’ Emboss Powder. Then I took flower that isn’t solid inking up with Balmy Blue ink and spritzed it with water. The I used my heat tool to dry off. I repeated this step with the Balmy Blue again, then I switched to the solid flower and inked up with Highland Heather ink.

I used the coordinating die to cut out the flower, and at the same time I die cut the largest Stitched Nested Label Die from a piece of Whisper White Cardstock. I also die cut out two solid leaves out of a piece of Vellum. Then I inked up the solid flower with Highland Heather ink, then stamped off, stamping onto the Highland Heather Card front, to fill the lower die cut section of the Whisper White piece.

I stamped the outline leaf in Sahara Sand ink onto the piece of Whisper White. Then I stamped the sentiment in Balmy Blue ink onto Whisper White Cardstock and punched out with the 1-1/2″ Circle Punch. I adhered the Whisper White piece to the card front with Stampin’ Dimensionals. Then the vellum leaves with Mini Glue Dots. The die cut rose and sentiment piece with Tear & Tape Adhesive. And I finished off the card with a piece of Magnolia Lane Ribbon with Tear & Tape Adhesive and some Gingham Gala Adhesive Backed Sequins in Highland Heather.

Thanks for stopping by, next up is Monique Fielder.

I hope we have inspired you to CASE projects from the Occasions Catalogue. So, please join us over on our Facebook Group.

Until next time… Happy Stampin’,

Lauren

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7 thoughts on “CTC237: CASE a card on page 151

  1. This is fabulous, Lauren. I love how you’ve coloured the flower. That’s such a cool technique, I’m definitely going to try that. Love the way you’ve switched up the elements of your CASE.

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  2. Love the amazing colours you’ve chosen for the flower. It looks so cool. And the circle replacement for the CASE is so clever!

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