Friday, 3 July 2015

Big News Baby CTC#37

This week the CASE-ing The Catty Crew are CASE-ing the section of the catalogue titled For Baby, pages 31-38. You may be starting here with me, or perhaps you have come from Bronwyn at AddINKtive Designs .
If you've started here, you can continue to blog hop your way right around for plenty of CASE-ing The Catty inspiration by clicking on the link at the end of my blog. If you happen to get lost along the way, you can get back on track at Case-ing The Catty.

On page 37 are six small cards, and the middle top one inspired my card. I haven't bought the featured stamp set yet, but do have Baby's First Framelits, so put the onesie die through the Big Shot, decorated it with a star from Something To Say and pulled my paper piercing tools out.
I used the Squares Collection Framelits and paper pierced them too. Because I made a regular sized card, I had a large white space which suited this huge sentiment from Big News.

I'm really happy with the way this turned out, and just think of the different ways you can use this sketch, perhaps with flowers or a feature stamp.  May I add, the thicker Whisper White card is wonderful for cards, just what we've been wanting for so long. You really must try it soon, if you haven't already.
Next you're hopping along to Alison's blog, enjoy!

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  1. Super cute, doesn't the paper piercing make a huge difference?
    love it

  2. Fabulous card...and better than the original in my view! The paper piercing looks fantastic. :)

  3. Love the piercing on the onesie - it looks amazing!!

  4. That piercing looks so much like stitching! I like how you have taken the original and made it into a full sized card.

  5. Oh my! This is adorable. I'm going to have to CASE your CASE :)

  6. I just LOVE this. And I agree with Alison - better than the original!

  7. Fabulous card! The piercing on the onesie & panels looks awesome. :)

  8. I love the paper piercing!! And I love how you have used the stamp at the bottom instead of the banner.


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