Sunday, 19 June 2016

A World Of Thanks-CTC83


Catalogue image page 42
I'm back again with CASE-ing The Catty and this week we are checking out pages 38-43 of the catalogue, and we're saying thank you. The card I've CASE-d (copied and shared everything) is not a new stamp, and I have already used it a lot. However, it is always fun to see a new idea to inspire. I decided to ink up A World Of Thanks with the Bermuda Bay Ombre Stampin' Pad (page 180). Flourish Thinlet Dies have been having a workout through my Big Shot today. I made a bunch of cards with all different Flourish pieces along with sheet music DSP, for a special customer order. There is a lovely ornate detail to these dies, and the paper releases from the dies quite easily with the help of the die brush. The die brush is a 'must have' if you are keen on using dies like these, or Swirly Scribbles thinlets.


After placing the strip from Flourish Thinlet Dies across in place of washi tape, I tried a number of the flowers and leaves I'd cut earlier, but decided this one looked best. When I cut extras of thinlets, I keep them in a spare stamp case. You can find three sizes of these on page 183 of your catalogue, which reminds me, I need to add one of each size to my next order too.(You get four cases at a time). The other thing that these are very useful for, is keeping partly finished cards all together, or even for taking supplies away for a crafty weekend, they pack so neatly!


A twist of gold metallic thread is secured under the banner, which has a 'thanks' from Cottage Greetings. There are some Bermuda Bay sequins scattered over the card to finish it off. Thank you for reading my blog post and I hope I see you again next week.



Next you'll be visiting Julia Quinn who always has a lovely project to share


  We'd love you to join in the challenge to CASE a card from the birthday section of the catalogue and link your blog post to our page here. You don't have to make a birthday card, unless you really want to, just CASE a project you see on pages 10-25. Change up the colours, use different stamps anything goes. We are looking for some new designers for the CASE-ing The Catty crew, so if you're an Australian or New Zealander Stampin' Up!® demonstrator, this might be fun for you.


Cheers, Rachel

7 comments:

  1. I love your card and I really love your tip about using the stamp cases for unfinished projects and packing projects in to go away. Clever clever you! Thankyou so much for your amazing inspiration!

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  2. Rachel, I love those colours, it just stands out so much more than the catty sample and those thinlit dies finish it off so nicely.

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  3. Great storage tip Rachel - not sure I could buy enough cases for my unfinished cards or ideas in progress cards!!!!! Glad youCASEd this card, I love the stamp and the thinlits do look great. How do you like the ombre pads?

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  4. Lovely card Rachel. I like that you've used the Bermuda Bay Ombre stamp pad for the background, nice touch!

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  5. This card looks great in your thank you version Rachel! And so cool to see the ombre ink pad in action! Kelly x

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  6. Love your version of this card. I can't wait to play with these thinlits.

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  7. I love your card, the colours just pop with the new thinlits.

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It is lovely to receive your positive feedback. Thank you for taking the time to comment. Rachel