CTC236 – Love, Thanks and Support

Welcome to another week of Caseing the Catty. It’s a wonderful rainy day today, just perfect for crafting!! Who am I kidding, any weather is good for crafting!!

This week, we are casing the Love, Thanks & Support section, pages 72-97 of the 2019-2020 Annual Catalogue.

There’s lots of choose from! I didn’t get too far in and went with a card on page 79.

This layout is very easy to duplicate. I decided to use the Bird Ballad DSP instead of a stamped image as the birds on the paper are just too cute. (And I didn’t want to do any fussy cutting either!). I layered the dsp with Pool Party cardstock. I cut a frame using the Layering Squares dies in Daffodil Delight cardstock. I used the Foam Adhesive Strips to lift up the frame.

I cut a strip of vellum cardstock and used the Triple Banner punch to create a banner. I stamped the sentiment in Bermuda Bay. The sentiment is from the Incredible Like You stamp set, which I discovered has retired after I had written my post!

I added a bow using the Scalloped Lace Trim which is just so pretty.

Next up is the lovely Tina. I can’t wait to see what she has created.

We would love to see your creation from this section. Just add it over on our Facebook page.

Happy Stamping

Stampin’ Up! Product List
Stampin’ Up! Product List
Incredible Like You Photopolymer Stamp Set
Incredible Like You Photopolymer Stamp Set

17 thoughts on “CTC236 – Love, Thanks and Support

  1. Love your take on this layout, Rebecca and the Bird Ballad DSP is perfect for it. Love the frame effect and the pretty lace bow.

  2. Such a shame that Incredible Like You retired, there are so many great sentiments in it. Never mind, it still looks good on your cute card.

  3. Your card is very pretty! LOL on not wanting to fussy cut – I totally get that! I love the colours and ribbon you’ve used – it makes your card a bit more girly than the original.

  4. I eyed off this layout too – it’s a good one! Love how you’ve recreated it. The use of the DSP is clever and just perfect as it has that hand stamped and coloured look already. I’m going to keep using those Incredible Like You stamps despite their retirement because they are such a nice size and font. 🙂 Siobhan.

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