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CASEing the Catty - For Baby

Hi and welcome to addINKtive designs and the latest CTC Blog Hop. We are a group of SU Demonstrators that are CASEing (Copying and Sharing Everything) our way through the latest Stampin' Up! Catalogue. 

CTC 37 - For Baby

 

 
This week we are checking out the Baby section of the catty (pages 31-38).

   
To make this baby shower card for a work colleague, I followed the tip on page 32 and layered washi tape over Designer Series Paper and used a similar layout to the gift bag.

Project Recipe:
Stamp Set:  Made with Love
Ink:  Memento Black
Card Stock:  Whisper White
Accessories: Tags and Labels Framelits Dies, Gold and Bermuda Bay Sequins Trim, Metallic Foil Doily, Cherry on Top Designer Series Paper Stack, Cherry on Top Designer Washi Tape, 1" Circle Punch, Stampin' Dimensionals, Thick Baker's Twine (retired colour), Blendabilities: Pink Pirouette, Crumb Cake and Bermuda Bay (retired).

I hope you are enjoying the hop.  Up next is the lovely and talented, Rachel -
http://stampinpals.blogspot.com/2015/07/big-news-baby-ctc37.html
Thanks for hopping by,

Comments

Unknown said…
Great use of the washi - love how it changes over coloured DSP
AB. said…
So cute! Glad to see you still using the Blendabilities. I still love them too! :)
Julia said…
WOW, that does look amazing with the washi over the top of the DSP!!!
Monique said…
I love your CASE! I am so tempted to get that stamp set it is super cute.
Anonymous said…
Just LOVE that little deer. He is too cute. What a great idea to CASE the washi tchnique from the sample project. I must try it.
H2 :) said…
Wow, Bron, love your CASE! Your washi DSP looks awesome & the tag is adorable. :)
Anonymous said…
How cute!! I love the idea of the washi tape over the DSP.

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