Sunday, 20 November 2016

Fancy Frost CTC105

It's Sunday here, which means it's time for another bloghop at CASE-ing The Catty. You may have arrived here from my buddy and roomie, Kathryn Mangelsdorf or perhaps you are starting out here, either way, bloghops go full-circle so make sure you check out what the crew has shared this week.

We are CASE-ing pages 36-45, Fancy Frost this week and I have to say, the colour palette is my favourite thing here. Well...perhaps it's those sparkly sequins in such sweet colours. I had to have them, but I'm notorious for forgetting to add the bling to my cards, so very proud of today's effort. I was inspired by the bottom image, but ended up moving things around to suit myself!

Flower Patch provided the pretty blossoms, there is a glimpse of the NEW Dragonfly Dream (available January 2017) in copper foil and some other stamps from Birthday Blossoms. A little copper metallic thread and a scattering of those sequins finished of this card.

It is always nice to take the time to finish the inside too and this one has been finished with another couple of stamps from Birthday Blossoms and some washi tape. Love the grouping of blossoms in this stamp set, and the script for the sentiments is certainly pretty too.

I'm keeping it short and sweet this week, as there has been such a lot going on in my life and I desperately need an early night. Don't forget the online extravaganza starting after midnight, with bigger savings on the first and last days. You can go straight to my online store if you'd like me to be your demonstrator and if you use the Hostess code, (SVAGUCMK) I'll send you a surprise in the mail. I do hope you like my card, please leave a comment.

Cheers, Rachel

You're heading to Kelly over in Bunbury, WA

And if you'd like to share your creations with us, this is the link for the whole of November

1 comment:

  1. Your card is gorgeous, Rachel and has more pop than the sample. Love the addition of the copper butterfly.


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