I’ve been following the beautiful creations of the CASEing the Catty team for a while and I decided to finally join in this week for the CTC380 challenge, which is CASEing the cover of the August – December 2020 Mini Catalogue.
There are so many beautiful cards on this cover but in the end I decided to CASE the “Seasons Greetings” card which is on the top left of the cover. I just love that little deer standing proud in amongst the trees.
I don’t have the “In the Pines” bundle yet so I used the Winter Woods and the Rooted in Nature stamp sets (with their matching dies) and the snow globe dies instead.
Slimline cards are all the rage ATM which is why I made my scene horizontal rather than the original vertical. I also switched out the gold for silver, which I personally prefer with Shaded Spruce.
These gorgeous new ribbons are both from the the August – December 2020 Mini Catalogue. The Shaded Spruce Argyle Satin ribbon comes in the “Wonder of the Season” Ribbon Combo pack and I’ve layered it on top of the Silver Metallic Mesh Ribbon.
My deer is die cut from silver foil using the Snow Globe Scenes dies.
And the “Season’s Greetings” sentiment is from the coordinating Still Scenes stamp set.
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Welcome to week 19 of the Art With Heart Colour Creations Blog Hop!
This week we are showcasing one of the Regal Colours: Garden Green.
I couldn’t find a Designer Series Paper I wanted to use for my card this week so I began by making my project by making my own.
I used an A4 sheet of Whisper White cardstock, the “Rooted in Nature” stamp set and I stamped 4 of the images using Garden Green, Soft Seafoam and Berry Burst.
Doesn’t this colour combination and pattern look so pretty? It was super easy to create and I really just stamped randomly all over the paper.
Once I’d created my sheet of DSP I used some scrap cardstock to stamp out some more images to decorate the top of my card and then I ran them through my Bigshot using the matching Natures Roots Framelits dies. Here they are on top of my finished card.
The “Thinking of You” sentiment is also from the Rooted in Nature stamp set. I stamped it in black before die cutting it out using one of the Stitched Shapes framelit circle dies.
My homemade DSP was cut to size and mounted onto some GardenGreen cardstock and then I softened the entire card by laying a piece of vellum over the DSP and under the sentiment and die cut pieces.
Creating my own DSP this week has really inspired me to do this more often, trying out different combinations of colours and stamp sets!
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Next Tuesday we’ll be showcasing one of the new Brights Colours: Gorgeous Grape!