CTC284 – Casing a die project

Welcome to Caseing the Catty!! It is blowing a gale here in Queensland today. I’m going to have to rescue the washing next!

We are casing the die bundles that are on pages 173-179 of the 2020-2021 Annual Catalogue. These pages include extra images showcasing the amazing die bundles.

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I decided to case the Flowering Blooms bundle on page 175.

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I was drawn to the fancy border which I had forgotten was in the Flowering dies.

For my colours, I actually went back to one of the Colour Inkspiration challenges (CI82). See my blog post of that challenge, here. I changed the colours just a little and went with Just Jade, Magnenta Madness and gold.

I embossed the Just Jade background using the Tasteful Textiles embossing folder. I just love this folder for the texture it gives the cardstock. I then cut out the fancy border using a piece of brushed gold foil. I didn’t want to use the large flower of the Flowering Blooms stamp set so I stamped 2 of the smaller roses using markers on a piece of watercolour paper.

I then added a banner in Magenta Madness and embossed the sentiment from the Itty Bitty Birthdays stamp set in gold. I used my new favourite banner pick a punch to make a flag on the end.

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Gee Magenta Madness is a bright colour! It’s a little less bright in real life!

Next up is the talented Judy, I can’t wait to see what she has made.

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We would love to see your creations of this section, so please share on our Facebook group.

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Happy Stamping

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10 thoughts on “CTC284 – Casing a die project

  1. I’m sure many of us have never noticed that lovely border before (I definitely hadn’t!) and it sets off your card so prettily!

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