CASE-ing the Catty - Feels Like Frost DSP Colours
September 15, 2019
Welcome to another week of CASE-ing the Catty!
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This week, we're CASE-ing the colours from the Feels Like Frost Designer Series Paper on page 40 of the Holiday Catalogue and taking inspiration from the layouts on the same page.
This paper incorporates a lot of colours, so plenty of options to choose from in this pack. The other fabulous aspect to this paper is that the reverse side of every sheet has a silver foil and white design that will coordinate with a lot of projects.
I've taken my inspiration from the card above, using one of my favourite designs from the Feels Like Frost Designer Series Paper. I love the soft purple shades with just a touch of green and the soft blurred background. Instead of a Christmas Card, I've made a simple everyday card with a flexible greeting that could work as a birthday, get well, sympathy or friendship card. It's great to have some of these types of cards in your stash and this paper is perfect for them.
I wanted to maximise the beautiful designer paper, so I've gone for a large square card base (size is 13.5cm or 5 1/4") in Highland Heather and I added a white mat to the designer paper to give it a bit of pop. Can't get simpler than that.
For the embellishment, I started with a large oval of Vellum card stock, just to soften the background and give it more focus. I added a zig-zag of the lovely Old Olive/Pretty Peacock Reversible Ribbon to pick up the green in the paper and add a pop of colour. The greeting from Good Morning Magnolia was stamped in Gorgeous Grape and cropped with the Stitched Nested Label Dies. I shortened it by cutting 3/4 of the image first then moving the die to the length I wanted. This is a great technique to master as you get more mileage out of all of your basic shape and label dies.
The flowers in the paper reminded me of the foliage in the Frosted Bouquet Dies, so I cut some in Silver Foil and Vellum card stock and positioned them under the corners of the greeting label, which I popped up over the top. I finished with a little popped up Silver Glimmer heart and a sprinkle of Frosted Epoxy Droplets.
For the inside I have a Silver Foil mat for my writing panel and I have stamped the floral spray from the First Frost stamp set on the right. It also looks a bit similiar to the flowers on the designer paper and I used Stampin' Write markers direct to the rubber with Gorgeous Grape and Granny Apple Green. I added a narrow strip of Silver Glimmer at the base to ground the floral spray.
|Stamps||Good Morning Magnolia, First Frost|
|Card stock & Papers||Highland Heather, Whisper White, Feels Like Frost DSP, Silver Foil, Silver Glimmer, Vellum|
|Accessories||Clear/Frosted Epoxy Droplets, Old Olive/Pretty Peacock Reversible ribbon|
|Tools||Layering Ovals Dies, Frosted Bouquet Dies, Stitched Nested Labels Dies, Be Mine Dies, Big Shot, Dimensionals, Stampin' Write Markers (Gorgeous Grape, Granny Apple Green)|
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I hope you've enjoyed my project inspired by a card layout and thanks for visiting me today!
Beautiful as always. I love the silver foil leaves.
Posted by: Rebecca S | September 22, 2019 at 07:15 PM
Your card is so beautiful, Judy! The die cut mirrors the DSP so perfectly. Gorgeous!
Posted by: Tina Gillespie | September 16, 2019 at 10:22 PM
Your card is gorgeous Judy and a square card is a great way to showcase this amazing DSP. I love the ribbon under the sentiment to pick up the green in the DSP.
Posted by: Peta Stephen | September 16, 2019 at 06:12 PM
Perfect choice of colours and DSP for such a card - you're right, they are great to have in the stash. I love how you've gone with a square base - it really does show off plenty of that beautiful DSP.
Posted by: SIobhan | September 16, 2019 at 02:01 PM
beautiful, as always.
Posted by: Elizabeth Gross | September 15, 2019 at 09:40 PM