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Hi there

It is the last of the CASE-ing the Catty for this year, but we will be back next year with inspiration from the wonderful new Occasions catalogue. You may have come from Helen's Blog, but if you are visiting me you can join the trail by using the button at the bottom of this post.

For something a little different, we are finishing up by CASE-ing a CASE from one of the CTC crew! I'm casing this card from the lovely Rachel Palmieri. I love the softly coloured nutcracker image and the Pool Party and Real Red colour combo Rachel has used. 


I didn't end up purchasing the 'Sparkly Seasons' stamp  set although it got on the list a couple of times. I do like snow globes and it is quite a versatile set with the ballerina in addition to winter, Christmas and Halloween images. I might relent now it is in the amazing End of Year sale.  So, to my card.  I have improvised by creating my snow globe with the Sleigh Ride Edgelits and Circles Collection framelits; creating a night scene with the sparkly black glimmer paper in the background, Lost Lagoon in the middle and gorgeous Dazzling Diamonds in the foreground. I've finished it off with a wooden Snowflake element a little bow of silver cording trim.

Stampin' Up! Snow Globe with Sleigh Ride Edgelits, Christmas Greetings Thinlits - Judy May, Just Judy Designs


Project Details
Stamps Holly Jolly Greetings
Card stock & Papers     Lost Lagoon, Whisper White Thick, Black Glimmer, Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer, Silver Foil
 Ink Lost Lagoon
Accessories Snowflake Elements, Silver Cording trim, Rhinestone Basic Jewels
Tools     Sleigh Ride Edgelits, Circle Collection Framelits, Christmas Greetings Thinlits, Stylish Stripes TIEF, Big Shot, Precision Plate, Dimensionals

Next up is the lovely Rachel, so I hope you continue on and visit all the CTC crew taking part today.



As always, you can head over to the CASE-ing the Catty Blog and see the full list of today's participants.


Thanks for looking!


Julia Quinn

What a really great idea for creating a snow globe - it looks fantastic!! I love the simplicity of the design too!!

Heln H

Gorgeous CASE, Judy. Love the black glimmer sky, the way you accent your banners & your fabulous snow globe! Merry Christmas!

Kathryn Mangelsdorf

Beautiful as always Judy. I love that you have turned that into a snow globe. I have loved joining the Crew this year and are always inspired.

Alison Barclay

A beautiful CASE. I like your use of the different glimmer papers. Just lovely! Merry Christmas to you and your family! xxx

Jess Williams

Gorgeous as always Judy. Loving all that
glimmer and sparkle for Christmas! Beautiful.

Liz Gross

SO clever, I love it! Great inspiration Judy, you have shown how versatile the products can be. And who doesn't love a bit more glimmer and sparkle. Have a beautiful Christmas, see you back again in 2016.

Rachel Palmieri

How clever is the snowglobe scene you've created, Judy.Love the colours you chose and the wooden snowflake is delightful.Thanks for CASE-ing me!

Tricia Raineri

Wowsers! This is a beautiful CASE of Rachel's card, Judy. I love your colour combo & all the sparkle from the glimmer papers. Merry Christmas.

Rebecca S

Oh I love your take of Rachel's card. I love how you have used the Sleigh Ride edgelits and the black glimmer paper. Thanks for being a part of the Crew this year. Merry Christmas!!

Vintage Graffiti

Judy, your version of Rachel's simply stunning card has totally blown my socks off. Wow, oh wow. What a great CASE. I'm in love. The Sleigh Ride edgelits turned into a snow globe is so very clever. Merry Christmas, Emma xo

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