Sunday again – they come around quickly!!! I hope your weekend was fabulous!
Thanks for checking in with me tonight for the weekly CASEing the Catty Sunday blog hop.
Hopefully you’ve joined our new Facebook page and are following all the wonderful projects that fellow crafters have been uploading.
This week we are CASEing (copying and sharing everything or copying and selectively editing – depending on which you prefer!) the Sale-A-Bration catalogue again.
There’s so much goodness in there! Did you see that there’s 3 new Sale-A-Bration items you can redeem from 21st Feb??? Check out the graphic at the end of this post for a sneaky peak at them!
As you follow this hop around, you’ll find projects made by the CTC Crew that were inspired by the sample photos on pages 8-11 of the Sale-A-Bration catalogue.
One of my favourite Sale-A-Bration samples is the wedding card on the left below – made with the Delicate Details stamp set. I love the styling & colours!
It’s hard to improve on perfection, but I had a go at MITMO ‘making it my own’ – do you love this variation on the idea of CASEing (thanks to Deborah Harris for sharing it!).
I combined it with the Cupcakes & Carousels embellishment pack – the gold foil die cuts are out of this world for loveliness and the ribbon is ombre!!!
Here is my version…
I changed the sentiment so that I could use the card personally – it was too sweet to end up in my ‘for later’ or ‘for sale’ card stashes!
“All Things Thanks” was a stamp set I bought as a bit of an indulgence, but I’ve gotten so much use out of it! The stamps are quite detailed, but if I just need a ‘thanks’ or ‘thank you’ I mask out the specific detail with masking tape and carry on stamping! I’ve even cut one of the stamps into two pieces!
Next up on the hop is the fabulous creativity of Elizabeth Gross…
Please join us with your creation inspired by pages 8-11 of the Sale-A-Bration catalogue. Remember, you don’t have to have the products on these pages. You can copy a layout, be inspired by an embellishment, love the colours or adapt the design to suit what you have.
Being inspired by the catalogues is one of the best ways to start your creative process! Try it – you never know where you’ll end up!!!
PS, want that sneak peek?