Sunday, October 2, 2016

CTC #98 - 'WARMTH & CHEER'





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!



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



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10 comments:

  1. I love what you have made here Deb. They are both great samples. I struggle with how to use washi too but you may have just given me the answer!. Do you love the new dynamic folder?

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    1. Yes I do love it Liz, it really gives such a strong impression on the cardstock.

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  2. Amazing cards. The washi looks fantastic with the cable knit. What a brilliant combination. Thankyou for the fantastic inspiration.

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  3. Washi tape is a lot of fun, but I think we all have trouble remembering to use it.

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  4. That washi looks fabulous, Deb. Love the cable knit idea and it makes a great background for the ornament.

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  5. Stunning use of Washi Deb! I think we will all be getting out those rolls after your great cards!

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  6. Great use of the Christmas Washi tape, the traditional colours are made to shine in your cards.

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  7. Great use of washi in your cards Deb! They are so striking! Kelly x

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  8. You made beautiful music with your cardstock and washi tape! I really liked it!

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