Sunday, September 10, 2017

CASE-ing the Catty Carols of Christmas & Card Front Builder Thinlits Dies - #CTC145



I am finally having a few moments for crafting this afternoon to make a couple of Christmas card for this week's CASE-ing the Catty #CTC145 featuring the Merry Little Christmas section of the Holiday Catalogue (page 10 to 14).

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This week I have cased the card on page 10 with the Be Merry Designer Series Paper from the Annual Catalogue and have used the colour combination from this set of Cherry Cobbler, Garden Green and Whisper White.

I sent about 100 Christmas cards each year so I have made 6 using this layout and colour combination to add to my collection and for some difference I used the Night in Bethlehem stamp set to highlight how easy it is to change the design to use a stamp set of your choice if you do not have the one featured in the catalogue.


Stamp Set:  Carols of Christmas, Night in Bethlehem
Cardstock:  Cherry Cobbler, Whisper White, Be Merry Designer Series Paper
Ink: Cherry Cobbler, Garden Green
Accessories:  Garden Green Baker's Twine (retired)




Christmas card using the Carols of Christmas stamp set



Christmas card using the Night in Bethlehem stamp set


Now it's time to hop on back to the very beginning with the Crew's Guest Designer this week, Siobhan Fitzsimmons



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7 comments:

  1. The red change-up looks awesome Kathryn - great cards! Kelly x

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  2. What a perfect card for making multiples. And the Bethlehem card is wonderful. What a wonderful case.

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  3. Wow, red was a perfect choice for these cards, Kathryn. Love the Bethlehem version!

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  4. Great cards Kathryn, I like the traditional red and green Christmas colours.

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  5. Love your CASE on the original Kathryn, the Cherry Cobbler makes it really pop.

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  6. Great CASE. Love your traditional Christmas colours too!

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