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CASE-ing the Catty Blog Hop - New Catalogue Sneak Peak

Hi there

It's that time of the week again when the CASE-ing the Catty Crew bring you inspiration from the Stampin' Up! catalogues.  This week we are giving you a sneak peak of products from the 2015-16 Annual Catalogue that will become available on 2 June 2015. One of the perks of being a Demonstrator is to get early access to new products!

I find there are some stamp sets that jump off the page at you and 'You've Got This' did it for me.  It has a fabulous sketchy background stamp that will be great combined with other sets and the flower image is wonderful to colour in whatever is your favourite style. 

You've Got This Watercoloured on Shimmer Paper

I've taken inspiration directly from the catalogue by stamping the sketchy background all over a piece of Whisper White card stock in my favourite Soft Sky ink. The flower stamp was heat embossed in Early Espresso onto Shimmery White card stock and then water coloured with an Aquapainter and ink pads in Calypso Coral. This works so well and I prefer the look to watercolour paper when fussy cutting the image . I also love the subtle shimmer that still shows through. At the bottom is a strip of the new Tip Top Taupe Dotted Lace Trim topped with Calypso Coral seam binding ribbon and white Baker's Twine. I attached this panel to a base card of Soft Sky.


This is the inside of the card, with the flower image partially stamped in the corner with Tip Top Taupe ink. This colour is my new favourite neutral and it coordinates beautifully with all of the Subtles Colour Collection.

There are lots of other ways to use this beautiful stamp set and I will be back to show you more soon. 

Project Details
Stamps You've Got This
Card stock & Papers     Soft Sky, Crisp Cantaloupe, Whisper White, Shimmery White
 Ink Soft Sky, Calypso Coral, Old Olive, Crushed Curry, Early Espresso, Tip Top Taupe, Versamark
Accessories Taupe Dotted Lace Trim, Calypso Coral Seam Binding ribbon, White Baker's Twine, Rhinestone Basic Jewels
Tools     Early Espresso embossing powder, Heat Gun, Aquapainter, White Gel pen, Stampamajig, Dimensionals

Now it's time to hop over to the blog of the lovely Kathryn Mangelsdorf, by clicking on the image below.



You can see the full list of participants in today's blog hop over at the CASE-ing the Catty Blog.

Have a wonderful weekend and thanks for stopping by today!


Monique Fielder

I love your card Judy, I like your take on the CASE, particularly the way you have done the layering ribbon/lace/twine.

Mary Kelly

Gorgeous card Judy - love all of the elements.

Jackie Noble

Love your colouring Judy and great use of the sketchy stamp to create the background. This is such a versatile set. I also love how you've carried the layering through to the inside of the card - very elegant.


Well done Judy on a gorgeous card using this stamp set. Your water colouring is amazing & I love the soft sky background.

Rachel Palmieri

Love your attention to detail, Judy. The layers of lace, ribbon and twine are such a nice touch.


Beautiful project Judy and congrats for being part of this great crew of bloggers :) Love your case!

Alison Barclay

Wow - another winning card Judy! I love how you used the sketchy stamp as a background and your flower is simply stunning!

Kathryn Mangelsdorf

Wow, Judy I love how you have created the background with this stamp set, just makes the flower pop.

Vintage Graffiti

Beautiful card Judy. I love the lace, seam binding and baker's twine detail at the bottom. Very beautiful.

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