CTC 26 – Something Borrowed

We’ve had a bit of change at Case-ing the Catty and we are now doing a blog hop every week starting at 7pm on Friday.

This week we are casing the Wedding section of the Occasions catalogue (pages 42-44) of the AU/NZ catalogue.

I don’t have the wedding stamps as I’m in that period of no weddings (but lots of 40th’s!!).  I do however have the gorgeous Something Borrowed DSP and Something Lacy stamp.  Did you know that the DSP has 4 sheets of each pattern so if you are making invites etc, you have enough of one design to go around.

So I decided to case the card on page 42.

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Isn’t it pretty!  I love the Something Lacy stamp!!  Especially when it is stamped on vellum.

Here is my version.

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I used the sentiment from the Big News stamp set and embossed it in silver.  I coloured the flowers using the Calypso Coral Stampin’ Write Marker.   I used the White Jute Ribbon, Sahara Sand Lace Trim and the Silver Baker’s twine like the original which adds lots of dimension.

I decided to make another couple of cards to showcase the gorgeous Something Borrowed DSP.

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I used the Perfect Pennants stamp set for the sentiment and cut it out with the Chalk Talk framelits.  I also used Lost Lagoon ribbon.

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On this one, I used the Feels Good stamp set and the Deco framelits. I trimmed the top of the shape with my paper snips.

I hope you have enjoyed my projects. I’d love you to leave a comment below.

Please continue on hopping through the Design Team blogs. Next on the list is Alison Barclay.

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13 thoughts on “CTC 26 – Something Borrowed

  1. Beautiful card set Bec, as usual. I love that with a quick colour change you get a totally different affect. Same, same but different!

  2. Hi Rebecca, these are all gorgeous, love the different looks with the change of colour – and I haven’t see that DSP up close so I really appreciated that.
    Cheers, Liz

  3. SNAP! Your cards are so lovely!! I particularly am fond of the first one…I tried to colour the embossing like you did, but mine did not come up as well as yours so I ditched it. Beautiful projects as usual. 🙂

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