CTC285 – Casing Layout

I hope you are having a great weekend! It’s quickly turning into spring in Queensland!! I spent 2 hours yesterday picking mulberries. I ended up with 4.6kg of mulberries!! And there is still more on the tree to pick. I’ve made muffins so far, but I’m going to try Mulberry Iced Tea and a Mulberry Crumble cake this afternoon.

We are casing a layout this week! It’s on page 29 of the August – December 2020 Mini Catalogue.

And here’s the sketch image.

This sketch can be done so many ways!! I had so many ideas for my card this week that I ended up doing 2.

Firstly a Christmas card. I’ve just got the Peace & Joy Bundle which I didn’t think I needed but apparently I do!! I used the Dainty Diamonds embossing folder on a piece of Real Red cardstock for the background. I then cut 3/4″ strips from some leftover pieces of ‘Tis the Season DSP and then layered them across the card on slight angles. I then stamped Joy in Shaded Spruce and cut it out with the Joy dies. And then the outline in Shaded Spruce as well. I mounted Joy with mini dimensionals. I added some Gold trim behind the sentiment for a bit of bling.

For my second card, I used the Whale of a Time DSP. I embossed the background using the Old World Paper embossing folder in Blackberry Bliss cardstock.

I just cut up one piece of DSP and layered them not quite evenly across the card. I’ll just blame the lumps on embossed paper for not being even!! The sentiment is from So Sentimental and I’ve cut it out using the Stitched Rectangle dies.

Next up is the lovely Tina.

We would love to see your creation using this sketch, so please share over on at our Facebook group here.

Happy Stamping

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12 thoughts on “CTC285 – Casing Layout

  1. Such a bright and fun Christmas card. I love how you’ve used the old world paper embossing folder to make it look like water. The DSP looks great cut and looks like those paintings that are in multiple panels but the images continue across them. Great job.

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