CTC Challenge #88

CASE-ing The Catty #88 – Everyday Occasions


Hi there! Welcome to this week’s blog hop – Everyday Occasions. We’re focusing on pages 66-91 of the Annual Catalogue, taking inspiration from Stampin’ Up catalogues designs. It could be the layout, colour combination, stamp set or just about anything that inspires your own creations.

This week I found a neat little design on page 70. Love the layout and thinlits, so that’s the base for my own creations. Screenshot 2016-07-24 13.59.29

These are the two cards I created…

 Watermarked Photo 2 (2016-07-21-1557)

Watermarked Photo 1 (2016-07-21-1557)

The first card was created using shimmery white cardstock, the Stampin’ Spritzers and  masks to cover areas. The grass is emerald envy with a dapper denim sky. The torn paper feature is adhered with dimensionals on both cards. Second card has splatters of smoky slate & melon mambo on watercolour paper (spritzed with a little water beforehand).

I’m pretty pleased with how they both turned out & I really think I could create so much more, so I will be continuing to explore this CASE in the next few weeks. If you are interested in recreating any of these colouring effects you’ll need these tools:

Next up is Rachel with her lovely shiny card. Be sure to check out the whole blog hop, we’ve got some inspiring cards to share with you.

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Thanks again & I’ll see you next week! If you would like to submit your own project for this week’s challenge we’d love for you to join in here.

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Watermarked Photo 3 (2016-07-21-1558)
Screenshot 2016-07-24 13.59.29
Watermarked Photo 2 (2016-07-21-1557)
Watermarked Photo 1 (2016-07-21-1557)

5 thoughts on “CTC Challenge #88

  1. Krissy both of these are great, awesome colours! I especially love the colours on the first one and the Lovely as a Tree stamp looks stunning. The torn layers and all the extra bits and pieces just add to the whole project. I love how you have used the teeny tiny staples to attach the ‘happy’ cut out, I must think of doing that in future instead of getting glue everywhere except where I want it!

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