CTC299 – Step Up an Annual Catty Project

Happy New Year!! I hope you had a lovely Christmas and a fun (but safe) New Year. I had such a rage, my husband went fishing with a mate and I worked on a new diamond painting and watch Soul on Disney+. Yes, I know, I’m a party animal!!

Our first challenge for 2021 is to case a card from the 2020-2021 Annual Catalogue and step it up.

I didn’t get very far into the catalogue and found my card on page 5.

I decided to use the Jar of Flowers stamp set for my cards. I still used a piece of vellum behind the flowers and I stamped the jar and the flowers directly onto the card. I coloured them using water colour pencils and blender pens. The sentiment is from the Itty Bitty Birthdays stamp set.

For the second card, I punched out the jar and added a Mason Jar Shaker dome. I fussy cut the flowers and coloured them in using blends and added some Wink of Stella over the top. The sentiment was die cut using the Rectangle dies and I added a bow in Crinkle Seam Binding ribbon. And I nearly forgot, I embossed the background using the Tasteful Textile embossing folder.

Next up is the lovely Tina.

We would love to see your creation where you step up an Annual Catalogue project so please share over on at our Facebook group.

Happy Stamping in 2021

Product List
Product List
Jar Punch
[152703]
$31.00
Blender Pens
[102845]
$21.00

4 thoughts on “CTC299 – Step Up an Annual Catty Project

  1. What a wonderful step up project!!! I love the amazing addition of the texture and volume with the little shaker. Gorgeous colours too as well as the amazing layout!

  2. Your stepped up version is lovely. I love the different elements you have used. I love the colours of the flowers and the embossed background looks great.

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