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CASE-ing the Catty - Love, Thanks & Support


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This week the CTC Crew are taking inspiration from the Love, Support & Thanks section on pages 104-125 of the Annual Catalogue. There are lots of fabulous samples in this section and it was hard to choose just one. I love having cards in my stash that I can send to people when they need a bit of extra TLC and who doesn't want to feel the love from receiving a beautiful handmade card in the mail.

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I've taken my inspiration from the cards on 106, that use the Petal Promenade Suite. I've cropped out the card above from the image so you can see it more clearly. This card uses one of the rectangular floral frames that come on one sheet of the Petal Promenade Designer Series Paper. There are also similiar smaller square floral frames and wreaths on the same sheet.  

Stampin' Up! Petal Promenade - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

I've chosen soft and pretty colours to pair with my floral frame as the green border in the sample doesn't do it for me! I cut right on the edge of the frame and then used my Blushing Bride marker to go around the edges and take away the white core,  before matting onto Gold Foil. I popped up the floral panel onto the gorgeous new Rose Glimmer paper as I find this the most reliable way to adhere to glimmer paper as well as adding dimension. The finished panel was layered onto the thick Whisper White base card. When using a pre-sized panel such as the floral frames from Petal Promenade, I recommend you start from the centre and layer outwards and make any adjustments required to the size of the base card. I had to trim the length slightly to keep my card symmetrical. 


I picked out the darker pink of the small flowers as I think it makes the image pop. The narrow flagged banner in Berry Burst sits on a stitched circle in Gold Foil. I stamped the frame from the 'Label Me Pretty' stamp set and heat embossed it in gold and then added the greeting from the 'Darling Label' stamp set in Berry Burst ink and punched it out with the Pretty Label punch. It is popped up over the banner and Gold Foil circle. I finished it off with a trio of pearls either side.


For the inside I have used Gold Foil to mat the writing panel, which has a strip of the coordinating designer paper at the base, topped with a thin band of Rose Glimmer paper to finish. 

Stampin' Up! Petal Promenade - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

The glimmer paper is hard to photograph, but it is very pretty  in real life!

Project Details
Stamps Label Me Pretty, Darling Label
Card stock & Papers Whisper White, Berry Burst, Gold Foil, Rose Glimmer Paper, Petal Promenade DSP
 Ink Versamark, Berry Burst
Accessories Basic Jewels Pearls
Tools     Stitched Shapes Framelits, Big Shot, Gold EP, Heat gun, Dimensionals, Pretty Label punch


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Sandra Collett

Popular choice this week. Love what you did with your CASE Judy

Peta Stephen

Stunning card Judy. How do I not have this DSP yet?

Rachel Palmieri

You create such pretty, feminine cards Judy. These are no exception.

Megan Lenske

Stunning Judy! Your version wins hands down. I love that Rose Glimmer Paper!


Oh I love your version of this card! And the bling!

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