CTC362 – Case Annual Catty Sketch

Well, it’s been an exciting week to be a demonstrator!! We got to see the 2022-2023 Annual Catalogue!! It’s one of my favourite parts of being a demo. You are going to love it!!

This week, we are casing a sketch of a card from page 71 of the 2021-2022 Annual Catalogue.

Isn’t this a great layout! So versatile! As you know, the retirement lists came out this week, so I went through my retiring sets and dies to choose my set for today. I’m so sad that the Pierced Blooms dies and the matching In Bloom stamp set are retiring (although they may not be leaving my craft room!!)

I also wanted to show off the retiring 2019-2021 In-Colours so that’s where I started with my card. I selected Just Jade and Bumblebee and found that the Hand Penned DSP went nicely with these colours. I cut out 4 square just using a trimmer and then die cut 4 flowers in Mint Macaroon, Blushing Bride, Highland Heather and Misty Moonlight. I then cut out the flower centre in Bumblebee and the leaves in Just Jade.

I then layered up the squares and placed them onto the card. I decided to turn the card on it’s side and added the sentiment from the In Bloom stamp set and cut out using the Pierced Blooms dies.

I’m going to miss these lovely In-Colours but there’s a new set coming that are just as cute!!

Next up is the holidaying Kathryn!

We would love to see your creations, so please share over on at our Facebook page.

Happy Stamping

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6 thoughts on “CTC362 – Case Annual Catty Sketch

  1. I LOVE the flip of the sketch, so very creative ❤ AWESOME use of colourful DSP and cardstock.
    One of my favourite DSP's and those dies will be in my stash for FOREVER!!! Love it Rebecca
    ❤ Cheers Shaz

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