CTC75 – Mother’s Day

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Well, we are back to normal after the excitement of Onstage last week.  It is so lovely to be able to spend time with other Stampin’ Up! demonstrators including my amazing team and to be inspired by gorgeous samples and of course, new catalogues!!  We were fortunate enough to receive the new 2016-2017 Annual catalogue and you are in for a treat!!  So many gorgeous new products and stamps to play with.  And of course, lots of new samples for us to case!!

I also got to catch up with some of the CTC crew which was just lovely.

 

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Tricia, Simone, Me (Rebecca) Julia and Liz

 

This week, we are casing Mother’s Day from either the 2015-2016 Annual catalogue or the Occasion catalogue.

 

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I decided to go back to the Annual catalogue and I found a lovely card on page 77 which features the Flower Patch stamp set and matching framelits.

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I changed a few things but basically kept it the same.  I decided to mat the embossed piece as it was easier to emboss that way.  I also changed the colours as well to make it more feminine.  For the sentiment, I used my favourite Circle of Spring stamp set.  I actually used this card in my stamp club this weekend, and the Circle of Spring set has lots of alternate sentiments for those who didn’t want to make a Mother’s Day card.

 

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I love both of these stamp sets and I’m so glad they are carrying through!!

Make sure you join in with our challenges.  We do a monthly challenge and you are welcome to join in with us any time throughout the month.  Click on the image below to go to the linkup.

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To continue on the hop, make sure you visit Rachel and see what loveliness she has created.

 

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6 thoughts on “CTC75 – Mother’s Day

  1. Such a gorgeous CASE, Rebecca. Love the softer colour palette. I have just bought the stamp and dies so I’m pretty pleased they’re sticking around.

  2. Rebecca I love your project, I too often mat an embossed panel because it is easier, I also find that it makes the card feel stronger. I also like that you softened the colours.

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