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CASEing the Catty for the Catalogue Launch

Today is the day for our Team (Perfectly Rustics) Catalogue Launch! My up-line came up with an awesome idea to CASE some of the projects in the new catty and my contribution was to re-create the beautiful journal on page 164. 

Texturing and Layering
Kinda Eclectic Journal

Handy Tip:  During the process, I did discover that the journal featured on that page must be bigger than the ones that will be available to purchase on July 1st. The example on page 164 uses the frame from the Apothecary Accents Framelits but when I went to use that, it was far too large for this journal that measures only 8.9 x 14cms. I substituted it with a tag from the Chalk Talk Framelits instead. The whole idea of all the examples featured in the catalogue is to inspire you to recreate them for yourself. You may just like the sketch and substitute the stamp set and embellishments.  It is chocked full of wonderful examples to keep you happy all year round!
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I wasn't really sure about the stamp set, Kinda Eclectic when I found out that it would be one of the free stamp sets at the latest Inspire, Create, Share Convention in Melbourne.  However, after doing the Make 'n' Takes with that set, I was truly inspired.  You can see them below.  The one on the right is a step up from the first one with vellum, mini clip, linen thread and honeycomb stamping using an embossing folder, added to give it a bit more texture.  Sorry about the bad photo as it was taken with my iPhone at the table.


Catalogue Sneak Peek Launch Details -

If you are a Tassie resident you are very welcome to come along to a team launch of the BRAND NEW CATTY!
When:  Sunday 29th June
Time:  1-4pm (Call in anytime)
Where:  Riverside Bowls Club, Eden St, Riverside (Launceston)
Cost: $10 per person
Children FREE (Punch Art Activity)
(This is to cover Make 'n' Takes, cost of hire, the new catalogue and to donate some funds for an orphanage/school in Liberia)

I'll be doing a meet and greet at the door.  Hope to see you there!
 

 For Stampin' Up! ® supplies, 24/7, make sure you check out my on-line shop
Click on 'SHOP' in the top right hand corner, then 'My Digital Studio' from the list.

http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/bronwyneastley/

Comments

Oh Bron, today was sooo super wonderful!!! Thanks heaps for the great project for our table and the warm welcomes at the door!!
YAY for the new catty!!! SO excited!
Smiles and hugs Sharnee :)

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