Welcome back to another week of blog-hopping with CASE-ing The Catty. You may have hopped here from Stasia's blog or you might just be starting your travels here with me. If you get lost along the way, just hop on over to the CASE-ing the Catty blog where there is a full list of participants.
Whilst perusing the catalogue last week I came across a really cute card in the thank you section of the Catalogue. See that one in the basket with the hearts - It looks simple enough doesn't it.
I can tell you after 3 tries at CASE-ing that card, it isn't just a simple card. Each heart has fancy bits on them & then trying to line the hearts up evenly, it was all too much. So I pushed that project aside & made another that was based on this idea, but totally different. Firstly, lets take a look at my CASED attempt at the card using the new In Colours paper stacks.
As I said before I was inspired to try a different case project (read: I was getting frustrated), & since I have a new love affair with the gift bag punch board, I decided to make a box of simple Thank You cards using my spare hearts from my case attempts. Did you know the DSP stacks are now rejigged & modern looking? I noticed that the script side of the DSP had lots of thank you & grateful words. Perfect for this type of project. Only problem is I don't have many thank you stamps! I found one in my B.Y.O.P stamp set that worked so I went with that. For the front I used a new hostess stamp set called A Whole Lot Of Lovely & clear embossed the box all over randomly with the small flower in the set as well.
To make this card box I used the Large box measurements that come with the punch board & cut my Kraft card stock down to match my cards (6" x 12").
I decided they needed little envelopes so I made those too with the envelope punch board.
|In Color Mini Card Set|
I must say with all these punch boards being used my bigshot was getting very jealous! I chose to use the new In Colors for 2015-2016 as I really wanted to show case them, but any set of colours or even the neutral background would work great.
So, which project do you prefer? My simple case or my In Color card box with the little thank you cards?
Ready to hop on over to the next blog? You are off to Rebecca's Blog to see what she has in store for you. I wonder what she has CASED?
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