CASE-ing The Catty Challenge #95 – Favourite Holiday 3D item
Welcome to this week’s CTC challenge. This one is a beauty, we’re taking inspiration from any 3D project from the Stampin Up Holiday Catalogue. Where does one start with that!? Well, I flicked through the catty a few times and decided to CASE this image …
Side note – I love making cards, but I love paper crafting even more. So when I finally came across this fabulous project in the catalogue – it seriously had my name all over it. There were a couple of great ideas circling around in my head but I didn’t have current SU supplies on hand so I’ve adapted and used a combo of new & old products (If you want to CASE my design, you’ll easily be able to change out some stamps or Project Life by Stampin’ Up! Packs to suit).
The first “Brag Book” I made is for my Husband, a Father’s Day gift from our fur-kids. Naturally this had to be all about his Harley, so One Wild Ride came in handy again. Let’s take a look shall we!?
I think it’s safe to assume the SU original project pictured is about 6×4″. Mine is the size of standard Project Life cards 4×3. I was able to print 2 photo’s on one 4×6 photo sheet which works out nice & economical. The beauty about these little albums, you can continue to add photo’s with the hinged ring, AND you could even attached to your keys too. Needles to say, my Hubby was totally stoked about his little Harley Brag Book.
The second booklet I made was in fact a combined effort, and I’m not ashamed to say it. I employed the help of my best friend Jemma to come up with a theme and help put together a booklet her son Myka could give to his Dad. We ended up having the best afternoon crafting, laughing & chatting! Our little project turned out perfect for Myka & his Dad, they both loved it to bits. We tried to keep it fun & child-like in design.
I hope you’ve enjoyed my goodies this week. It’s certainly been my favourite, and I have some great memories to take away from this crafty day with Jemma. Be sure to hop on over to Julia’s blog next, or jump back to the start of this Sunday night’s blog hop with Liz.
Don’t forget, you can submit your own 3D inspired creation using this link, we’d all love to see what you have made!
See you next week!