Sunday, July 26, 2020

CTC #278 - CASE Favourite Annual Catalogue Project

Welcome to another week at CASEing the Catty Sunday Blog Hop, where utilise the projects within the current Stampin' Up! catalogue to inspire our own projects each week. We also invite you to join with us in the challenge each week by using this inspiration in your own creations and uploading a photo to our Facebook page.

This week we are taking our inspiration from any project in the Annual Catalogue! That's right any project and there are some really great ones in this catalogue.

Last time I started looking for a project to CASE I found one on page 5, so this time to give the projects further into the catalogue a fair go I started looking from the back and planned to make my way toward the front. Well it didn't take long for me to find this project on page 139, I think it was the floral images and the blue flowers.

I have just received the gorgeous Boho Indigo Product Medley and Blossoms in Bloom  Bundle so have been itching to ink them up. I wanted to see if I could use them together on the same card and it turns out they do look pretty good together! I initially inked up the flowers with Balmy Blue then used a sponge dauber to add Night of Navy to the centres of the flowers.  The sentiment is from the Boho Indigo stamp set and is stamped on one of the lovely tags that come in the Medley, the double layer of gold is so pretty.  I played around with the ribbon behind the sentiment but decided it looked better in a strip instead like the original.  

I hope you are inspired to join in the challenge this week, just use any of the samples in the Annual Catalogue to inspire your creativity, then post a picture of your project to the CTC Facebook page.

Time to hop on over and see what Julia has created this week.

Happy Stamping


  1. I really like how you have combined both sets. I love the colouring on the flowers.

  2. A very pretty CASE, Monique! I love the different blues in the flowers, and the sentiment is the perfect match for the flowers.

  3. Lovely card, Monique. Love the blue combo you have used.

  4. I love your version of the card. The darker edges make it pop more than the original.


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