Sunday, July 17, 2016


Hello Stampers, 

Welcome to another week of Caseing the Catty. This week we are taking inspiration from 'ARTISTIC EXPRESSION' on pages 92 to 157 of the catty.

For this weeks case I have picked the card on page 125. I just love this Dahlia stamp and I really don't use it as much as I should and I just love it stamped in Pumpkin Pie. I stamped my background instead of using Designer Paper using the Hardwood background stamp and Sahara Sand Ink. After making the card I just wanted to make something else so I made a 'pocket card' using brown paper and the Mini Treat Bag thinlits die, this die is so versatile and is great to make pocket cards as they add some variety instead of using a normal opening card all the time.

Now its time to check out the rest of the Crew's creations, you can either go BACK to Rebecca - The Paper and Stamp Addict or FORWARD to Kelly Kent - My Paper Craft Journey

If you would like to join in this challenge here is the LINK! to add your project. 

Happy Stamping!!


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

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  1. Beautiful projects Deb, I love how you have used the bag to hold the card insert. I never think to do that.

  2. Beautiful cards Deb, love both variations but the Brown bag is my fave- such a lovely twist on the usual card as you mention

  3. Such a lovely colour combo, Deb. That pumpkin pie really makes that Dahlia pop. What a great idea to finish your bag off with one of those cute pegs

  4. I love everything about this Deb, but especially that you've made it into a pocket card! Just stunning! Kelly x

  5. Love these colours with the brown paper - it really is vibrant and pops so wonderfully!! What a gorgeous project!

  6. Wow and double wow! Both cards are stunning.

  7. I always like the Hardwood, so my favourite is the dahlia stamped onto the hardwood, so dramatic.

  8. Love both of your projects!! Great colours.

  9. The Dahlia looks so vibrant in this colour Deb and works perfectly with the Hardwood background.