We are starting to near the end of Sale-a-bration 😦 and the end of the opportunity to earn products for free!!! This week at Caseing the Catty, we are showcasing more of our favourite products!!
I’m sharing a project featuring the What I love stamp set. You can do three step stamping with this set which looks so pretty.
I’ve also decided to try a sketch challenge with Mojo Monday, so here is the sketch.
I haven’t used any embossing folders for ages (I don’t know why, cos I love using them), so I decided to use the Elegant dots folder for my background on Pear Piazzaz. I stamped my flowers on a large scrap piece of card stock and I stamped the outline image in Rose Red, then the full flower with a stamped off Rose Red. I didn’t use the third stamp as I felt it didn’t need it. I then cut out the flowers with a circle framelit. Oh and I also put some Wink of Stella on the flowers!!
I used the Chalk talk framelits and cut out the tag shape. I then carefully stamped the Thank You in Pear Piazzaz and Rose Red. Of course, you can’t go past Very Vanilla satin ribbon. It’s so shiny!!
For my accent flowers, I used the Itty Bitty Accent punch pack and curved them a little bit for some dimension. And of course, you need a rhinestone in the centre!!
So if you would like to earn this stamp set for free, all you have to do is spend $90 or more in my online store. Your only problem will be trying to decided what to get!!
Now if you would love an extra special freebie, why not buy the starter kit? It’s only $169 and you can choose anything you like up to the value of $295. Yes, you read that correctly!! $295 worth of product for only $169!! And received 20% off your purchases during your time as a demonstrator. You can join today, right here, or contact me if you have any questions. But this only lasts until 31 March so don’t delay, do it today!!
Don’t forget to join in with our monthly challenge and share your projects showcasing your casing of the catalogues.
Next on the hop is the lovely Simone Bartrum.
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