CASEING THE CATTY C177 - FAVOURITE RETIRING PROJECT

Sunday 6 May 2018

 
 
Welcome to this week's CASEing the Catty Blog Hop. Our inspiration this week comes from our Favourite Retiring Project! You may have arrived here from Peta gorgeous blog if you're hopping along already. If you started here, welcome and please make sure to visit all the Design Team's blogs, the next button at the end of this post will take you on your journey.


My inspiration this week came from the card in the right hand bottom corner on page 33 of the Annual Catalogue.
 
 
I love the colours and simplicity of this card.
 

I loved this layout so much I decided to make baby girl and boy cards! The little stars are in Crushed Curry cardstock and are from the Mini Treat Bag Thinlits.
 
And here's a list of supplies I used:

Stamp Sets:               Little One
Inks:                           Night of Navy
Papers:                      Soft Sky and Crushed Curry Cardstock. Coffee Break and

                                   Color Theory Designer Series Paper.
Accessories/Tools:    Whisper White Solid Baker's Twine, Mini Treat Bag Thinlits.  


Click the "next" link below to see what the lovely and talented Rachel has to share with you!
 
https://stampinpals.blogspot.co.nz/2018/05/ctc177-favourite-retiring-project.html
 
We would love you to join us with your CASE this week, using our Facebook group. Click on the image below to go there. For the first time you'll need to click on the "Join Group" button at the top. After you're added you can post your creation and you don't need to have a blog.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1625891621049580/
 

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10 comments:

  1. Oh I love your cards!! I didn't get this set as I don't really need baby cards but your cards are tempting me!

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  2. Super adorable. The clean lines work so well with these gorgeous images. Love the stars. Great case.

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  3. Such a beautiful pair of cards using a lovely stamp. Sad to see this one retire too.

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  4. I had never really noticed this card before. Love the striking simplicity. Like the two banners layered offset too, lovely

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  5. Simple but adorable Angela. I love them both.

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