CASE-ing The Catty #79 - 3D Project or Kit
I have been waiting for this moment for weeks!!! So thrilled when I discovered this week's challenge was to CASE a 3D project or kit featured in the 2016 Occasions Catalogue. I purchased this kit some weeks ago but I haven't even opened it yet. Well, that was until yesterday! I decided to attack Enjoy The Little Things Project Kit and come up with something a little different. Don't get me wrong here, I LOVE the kit as is but I just don't need another decorative project taking up space on my craft desk. What I do need (always) is cards. Yes, that is right - I used the entire project kit to make cards. So far I have about 12 cards and I haven't even finished yet, about 4 project pages. So that's 12 cards from 9 pages. Not bad hey! I have run out of time this weekend to complete the kit before the challenge closes so I'll show you what I have created so far. Firstly, let's take a closer look at Enjoy The Little Things Project Kit #140587.
This project is really pretty! You do need a few extra supplies, as listed on page 33 of the 2016 Occasions Catalogue. I was lucky enough to have won the Enjoy The Little Things stamp set as a prize patrol at last November's OnStage event in Melbourne. Although, for my card challenge this week I have demonstrated how you can use this fantastic kit with products you already own too. Let's take a look at what I've made.
You'll notice I kept a couple of pages true to design, some I adjusted so they'd fit as a card size and some pages I just changed up completely! That's the beauty about Stampin' Up Kits. You can follow the instructions 100% or you can do your own thing! Now if you are interested in this kit and the co-ordinating stamp set you need to order NOW because these wonderful products are on the retiring list.
This challenge has inspired me to take a look at the other Stampin' Up kits I have sitting on my desk, unopened. I've been saving them for when we travel but work is so busy at the moment there's no time so caravanning. I may as well crack them open & hook in!
Thanks again for stopping by, I hope you've enjoyed my project this week.