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CASEing the Catty #84

http://caseingthecatty.blogspot.com/2016/06/ctc84-love-sympathy.html
Welcome to another Sunday night CASEing the Catty Blog Hop.  This round we are CASEing projects/ideas from the Love and Sympathy Section (pages 44 -55) of the annual Stampin' Up! Catalogue.

Exciting News! 
Throughout the month of June we are looking for NEW CREW MEMBERS to join the CASEing the Catty Design Team from July onward.  If you're interested, make sure you check out the details at the end of this post.


CASE #1 - Get Well Soon

 

        
Page 51                                                     Page 44      

CASE #2 - Thank You


Next up on the CASEing the Catty Blog Hop is Julia Quinn or you can hop back to Elizabeth Gross.

 http://lillylovespaper.blogspot.com/2016/06/ctc84-love-sympathy.html     http://handmadebyjuliaquinn.blogspot.com/2016/06/stampin-up-flourishes-in-love-chapter.html 

Want to try out for the CTC Crew?  Play along with at least one of our June challenges (CTC #81 through to #84) and link your project on the CTC 81 Blog Post.  We are looking for Australian or New Zealand Stampin' Up! Demonstrators who regularly update their blog.

The DT join in a hop when we can and exclusively use SU products for our CTC projects. We CASE (copy and share everything) or use a sketch/layout, colour combo, embellishment, to name a few examples, as a springboard for our own creations.

Interested?  Hope to see you in the link up. Be quick as the challenge ends THIS Thursday, 30th June.

Join in with our June CTC Challenge -

http://caseingthecatty.blogspot.com/2016/06/ctc81-birthdays.html

Thanks for hopping by!


Product List for CASE #1
 
2-1/2" Circle Punch
2-1/2" Circle Punch
[120906]
$31.00
 

Product List for CASE #2
 

Comments

creativeJax said…
Two great CASEs Bronwyn! I especially love the ribbon detail in the second card!
Rachel Palmieri said…
What a couple of cute CASES you've made, Bronwyn. I especially like the interesting mix of colours in the card with DSP, such a lot of interest. You've drawn my eye to a couple of cards that I'd missed first time browsing.
Lillybet said…
Brownyn, great Cards - both of them are such a great demonstration of how a sketch can be transformed with colour but the elements can remain the same. LOVE your second card. Isn't to such a brilliant stamp set.
Julia said…
Gorgeous cards. I love the crumb cake one best. Your card really makes it shine. All the little details are so gorgeous. Wonderful cards as always.
Deb Speijers said…
As usual beautiful cards Bronwyn, I especially love your colour choices and all the details.
Judy May said…
Both of your cards are gorgeous, Bronwyn. It is hard to choose, but I think the second one is my favourite. Another stamp set to put on the list,lol.
Rebecca said…
Two stunning cards as always!! I keep forgetting to put the new doilies on my order but they are just so nice!! Thanks for reminding me!

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