Sunday, 16 December 2018

CTC208 CASE Your Favourite Bundle

Welcome back to another week of CASE-ing The Catty. The crew is made up of Stampin' Up! demonstrators from all parts of Australia and New Zealand.You are at the blog of Rachel Palmieri, Independent Stampin' Up!® demonstrator. I run classes at my home studio in South Morang, Victoria, share Stampin' Up!® products and tools at parties for my customers, coach my lovely team and create cards and the occasional 3D project. This week the design team are focusing on their favourite bundle from the Holiday catalogue.

My favourite by a mile has to be First Frost, and I've used it over and over again. This card is a CASE of the Tranquil Tide card on page 36, but hopefully you too will see why this bundle is a 'hands down' winner. I CASE-d the stamping of leaves on the background, something I often forget to do, but it adds another layer to the art piece. My choice was to add some chicken wire element instead of ribbon. This embelishment is retiring at the end of the Holiday catalogue, which is a shame as it is very effective and so easy to use. It is silver foil one side and white the other, so it can be coloured to suit.

Once I changed the orientation of the card, the label needed to move to the left I felt, but it's always a good starting point, to check out the catalogue for some inspiration. You can use a colour scheme or a layout, and end up making it your own. Until January 2nd, you can buy First Frost bundled with its framelits, Frosted Bouquet Framelits dies at a 10% discount off the total price of the stamps and dies. It will still be available to purchase, but not with the bundle saving.

I couldn't resist adding some chicken wire to the inside, it cuts easily with scissors.

If you've been itching to share your CASE of a Holiday Bundle, you can share it at our Facebook page here.

Next lovely crew member on the hop is Simone Bartrum.


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