Sunday, 24 November 2019

#CTC256 Annual Catalogue Layout with a Holiday Twist

Take any layout from the Annual Catalogue and give it a Holiday Twist:

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For me, it was the photo on page 116. 

I CASE'd the butterfly card with a base of Night of Navy, a layer of Feels Like Frost Specialty DSP, and the top layer of Seaside Spray had Stitched Stars die cut then the piece was embossed with the Subtle 3D embossing folder as per the CASEd card. After adhering the embossed piece, the diecut stars were stuck back in place. I chose a greeting from So Many Stars stamped in Night of Navy and added using Stampin' Dimensionals opting to leave out the twine.

I carried on and CASEd the card on the left with a base of Night of Navy, two flourishes cut from Seaside Spray using Stitched Stars dies and attached to the base. I've stamped some stars onto Whisper White card using Night of Navy ink and coloured with Daffodil Delight Stampin' Blends. I've added some tiny stars stamped in Daffodil Delight, with another greeting from So Many Stars in Night of Navy. To bring in a little colour I've matted my stamped piece with Daffodil Delight and popped it onto the card with Stampin' Dimensionals again omitting the bow.

A closer view of the cute Stitched Stars dies:

Thanks for stopping by - check back soon if you would like to see what I presented when I attended the Stampin' Up local Onstage event in Perth, WA! Maybe by Tuesday, I'll have that sorted.. Meanwhile, please continue on the hop to see what our lovely Rose has created this week:


  1. WOW! Love what you've done with these cards!1 The Feels Like Frost DSP looks amazing behind the die cut images - how clever and glorious is that! Thank you for the inspiration!!

  2. Both cards are great. I love how you put the starburst swirls on the corner of the left card and I love how you cut out the stitched stars but left them in the negative image to get the detail.

  3. Two gorgeous cards Sandra. I love the stars in the negative embossed piece, it's such a great effect.

  4. I love both cards!! I love how you put the die cut pieces back into the card.