Sunday, April 22, 2018

CTC #175 - Favourite Big Shot Project

Welcome to another week of CASEing the Catty Sunday Blog Hop, where we take inspiration from one of the many wonderful samples in the current Stampin' Up! catalogues, to create our own projects each week.

This week we are taking our inspiration from both catalogues and the wonderful Big Shot projects within their pages.

I took my inspiration from the little apron gift holder on page 47 of the Occasions Catalogue.  I was inspired both by this image for this challenge, but prior to that was inspired by a cute swap I received at Sydney On Stage made by Tracy Ross that inspired me to purchase this bundle!

Here is my little project, I have used the lovely Painted With Love Specialty DSP, to make the little apron, pairing it with Melon Mambo and Rich Razzleberry accessories.  The scissors are cut from Silver Foil paper and the handles coloured with permanent marker. As you can see this is the perfect size for a Tombow Glue, what a cute gift this would make for a fellow crafter!

 I hope you are inspired to join in with us this week, just take inspiration from any of the Big Shot projects, to enter just take a picture of your project and add it to the CTC Facebook Page.

Time to hop on over and see what the lovely and talented Rachel has created this week.

Happy Stamping


  1. What a gorgeous Tombow (or similar) holder Monique! Those delicate details are just so cute. A fabulous gift for any fellow crafter.

  2. Oh wow, this is awesome! I love the idea of the tombow glue in the box. Great taste in projects to case. teehee. I love love love the silver foil scissors - I will definitely try to remember this idea. Brilliant.

  3. How sweet is your little bag! So cute!

  4. That's so cute Monique, and I love those little scissors

  5. Oh that is super cute Monique, perfect for Tombow x

  6. Cute as, Monique! So perfect for the "green glue".

  7. So sweet Monique! Love the detail on the scissors! Kelly x


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