Wednesday, June 15, 2016


Hello Stampers!

This is my project for CASEing the Catty 82 - This time the theme is Christmas. I must say it is great to get a start on my Christmas Cards. I always seem to leave it to the last minute, then I have to frantically try and make them in a short space of time!

This one was very easy and quick to make, especially seeing how I cased it from the NEW Stampin' Up! catalogue page #29. It definitely takes the stress and time out of what design to come up with when you case  out of the catalogue.  I have used a different colour theme, this design lends itself to any colour combination and added bling etc.

I hope this gives you some inspiration to create your own version.

Supplies I used:

Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Owl - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.

Happy Stamping!


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  1. What a great card!! I don't care that we don't get snow at Christmas, I love snowflake cards!! I love the gold snowflakes. Thanks for joining in at CTC.

  2. Thanks for joining us at CTC Deb. Love your CASE - never too early to get them underway. And the Catty is so full of inspiration - it's great to use it as a starting place! Jackie

    1. Thank you Jackie, I must say it is a lot of fun caseing the catty, it has certainly motivated me to be more productive!

  3. Lovely card Deb, thanks for joining us at CTC. I do love the navy washi tape detail you've used, looks great on both the front and inside.-And yes the Catalogue is a great place to start.

  4. This card is pretty appropriate for the weather we're having in Tassie at the moment (-3 degrees Celsius this morning). I'd love to experience a Winter Christmas in the Northern Hemisphere. Love the colour scheme on your CASE. Thanks for joining in at CTC.

  5. Gorgeous card and I really loved the sponged misty elements around the snowflakes - what a lovely effect!! So glad you've joined the fun at Caseing the Catty this month!!

  6. Hi Deb, thanks for joining CTC this week, it's nice to make a start on the Christmas cards, and what a great colour combination you have chosen.