This week’s challenge at CASE-ing The Catty Challenges is to use the Memory Keeping Section (Pages 24-41) of the catalogue to inspire a project.
While I was tempted to share some Project Life pages for this challenge, I liked the idea of creating a masculine card based on the picture at the bottom right of Page 31.
I have used the Post Card stamp for my background, which is a stamp that I love but which has not had enough use! I have done some faux stitching around the edge of the postcard in Early Espresso, and done some off-set layers to make it a little different. The main image is from the Traveler stamp set, along with a few left over bits and pieces of the Typeset Specialty papers (Page 184), some Gold Fancy Foil Designer Vellum (Page 193), some Chevron ribbon and Linen Thread (Pages 206-7).
**Quick update: Feeling special, thanks to the ladies at CASE-ing The Catty Challenges, who chose my card as their Top Case! 🙂
Hope you are having a crafty day!
4 thoughts on “CASE-ing The Catalogue”
Hi Chris. This is such an awesome masculine card. Love how you used the sketch on page 31 for your inspiration. Love the faux stitching and layers you have created with the vellum, ribbon and DSP. Thanks for joining us again this week at CASE-ing the Catty.
Ooooo Chris this is a super wonderful male card!! 🙂 I love the colours and texture it bursts and the way you’ve placed that dotty vellum paper… AWESOME!!!
Thanks heaps for joining with us at CASE-ing the catty!!
Smiles Sharnee 🙂
Love your take on the CASE-ing the Catty Challenge!
Great card, Chris! I love how you’ve perfectly positioned the main panel between those gold dots; very clever.