CTC238: CASE the colour scheme of Garden Lane DSP

I’m back with another CASEing the Catty blog hop. This week we are taking inspiration from the colour scheme of the Garden Lane DSP. And as always if your starting here or joining me from Peta’s blog, WELCOME!

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For my card, this week I took inspiration from the sheet of DSP with the Mossy Meadow background with the leaves on it. I decided to use the leaf from the Daisy Lane Stamp Set to create my card.

I started off with a Mossy Meadow card base, then I took a piece of Whisper White cardstock and started stamping. I stamped the leaf in stamped off Mossy Meadow ink, then stamped off Pear Pizzazz ink, and finally full strength Mint Macaron ink over the cardstock.

I stamped the sentiment in Mint Macaron ink onto a separate piece of Whisper White cardstock. Then punched out the Everyday Label punch, punching it out to oneside. Then I punched out two Medium Daisy punch from Whisper White Cardstock, layering them together onto the sentiment piece with Mini Glue Dots. I also added a Gold Faceted Gem to the centre of the daisy.

I adhered the piece cardstock with the leaves stamped on it with Multipurpose Liquid Glue. Then I created a bow from a piece of Braided Linen Trim and adhered it to the underside of the sentiment piece with Tear & Tape Adhesive. Finally, I adhered the sentiment piece with Stampin’ Dimensionals.

Thanks for stopping by, next up is Julia Quinn.

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’,


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10 thoughts on “CTC238: CASE the colour scheme of Garden Lane DSP

  1. Julia Quinn

    OH, your card is awesome! I love the fern stamped in the different colours all over creating your own DSP. This is so gorgeous with the daisy too. love love love


  2. I love your fern background! How perfect for a greens challenge. I’m definitely ordering Daisy Lane for that stamp, it’s gorgeous. It looks so textural stamped all over the background like that. Simple but very impactful. 🙂 Siobhan.


  3. The background looks amazing! I often do repetitive stamping for backgrounds but not in different colours. Using the three different colours really adds to the background and the fern stamp looks great. Love how the daisy “pops”.


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