CTC225 – Easter

I’m excited to be back this week after spending 8 days in Auckland for Onstage! It’s always so lovely to spend time with other demonstrators and my team, seeing new products, presentations and hugging everyone!

This week at CTC, we are casing Easter projects. You can case an Easter card and turn it into a non-easter project, or take a birthday card in the catalogue and give it an Easter twist. I can’t wait to see what you create.

I have cased a card on page 48 which uses the Beautifully Detailed Laser Cut Specialty Paper.

The paper comes with 6 different card fronts and a full sheet of lace. There are 4 sheets of each of the 2 different designs so 8 in total. I layered one of the card fronts on a piece of Mint Macaron and then onto a whisper white card base.

I love the Wonderful Romance bundle and I haven’t used it enough so I stamped it in Memento Black and then coloured it with Mint Macaron and Flirty Flamingo blends.

When I came to assemble the card, I decided to flip it and make it portrait. I did a banner in Flirty Flamingo and one in vellum. I stamped the sentiment from His Grace stamp set in Flirty Flamingo.

I added a bow and the Glitter enamel dots for a bit of sparkle.

The Wonderful Romance stamp set and His Grace stamp set are both retiring, so make sure you grab them before they sell out. Here is a link to my online store so make sure you check out the retirement products.

Next up is the lovely Shannon.

Make sure you share your creation with us over at our Facebook Group.

Happy Stamping

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