Sunday, October 9, 2016


Welcome to another CASEing the catty!
This weeks CASE is concentrating on the Holiday Tags on page 4 of the Holiday Catalogue as shown in the picture above.
Now we all need tags for Christmas so this is a great way for me to get a bit of a head start on them, I think I may even use these for a upcoming Christmas Stamp a Stack that I am having in November.

My first lot of tags are quite similar to the above picture with of course a few minor changes lol! 

Now for my next lot of CASEing I have gone back to my favourite look of Kraft Cardstock and Black Ink. These are so quick and easy to make and I just love the look of these colours together. The only similarity  of these to the picture in the Catalogue is that they are tags! But that is what CASEing is all about getting inspiration from a project to either CASE it exactly or make something totally different.

Front and Back views of Tags

Well I hope I have been able to inspire you in some small way. Now it is off to see what Kathryn Mangelsdorf has made for her CASEing this week, it is sure to be inspiring!

Now it is your turn to join in this weeks challenge, we love to see what other Stampers' come up with. Just click on the link below.

Have a great week of crafting!



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Sunday, October 2, 2016


Hi Stampers!

It's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas..... Gee it will be here before we know it!!

This week on CASEing the Catty we are featuring Warmth and Cheer on pages 12-17 in the Holiday Catalogue.

My inspiration this week is from pages 12 and 13. I am focusing my CASE on two different items, first idea came from the card with the red bow on page 12 (pic below), second idea came from the  'Warmth & Cheer' Designer Washi Tape on page 13 (pic below). I love Washi tape and never seem to use it enough, so now I have, and it is so quick and easy! 

Ok, drum roll lol! 

With the first card I have run the Whisper White Cardstock through my Bigshot using the Cable Knit Embossing Folder. I have then adhered the Washi Tape between the 'cable'. For the second card I have just adhered the washi tape randomly. 

I hope you have enjoyed my CASEing and that it has given you some inspiration to CASE from Stampin' Up! catalogues.  Now it is time to hop on over and see what Elizabeth of Lily Loves Paper has created for us this week or you can also hop on back to Kathryn Manglesdorf.

Don't forget to join in the challenge yourself by clicking on the link below.

Have a great week, and see you back here again next Sunday!



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

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