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Hi there

Welcome to CASE-ing the Catty this week. 

If you've come from visiting Monique, then welcome!  If you're visiting me, I appreciate you stopping by today! You can continue your journey to see the other inspiring creations from the CTC Crew by clicking on the button at the bottom of the post. 


This week we are taking inspiration from the A Walk In The Forest DSP. Every year Stampin' Up! does a giveback to the local community and $4.25 AUD will be donated for every pack of this DSP sold. This year, we’re supporting AngliCare’s Toys n’ Tucker in Australia.

This paper has some lovely designs for Christmas crafting or combine it with complementary colours and use it to make cards for all the outdoorsy people in your life. If they’re into camping, hiking, mountain climbing, or other outdoor adventures, they’ll appreciate the lovely nature-inspired images

Many of us have found ourselves in circumstances where we’ve needed some extra help and have been so grateful for the generosity of others. And we hope that you will join us in our efforts to give back! 

Stampin' Up! Handcrafted Elements Dies & A Walk In The Forest DSP | Judy May, Just Judy Designs

The sample cards are pretty basic, so I've started with a Thick Basic White card base. The focus panel has my favourite design with the berries, matted on Real Red card stock with a narrow border. I've left a wider border of white showing, although not as wide as the sample.

Stampin' Up! Handcrafted Elements Dies & A Walk In The Forest DSP | Judy May, Just Judy Designs

I've used the bauble from the Handcrafted Elements Dies for my embellishment, cropping it from Gold Foil. You can see the lovely embossed detail in the photo above. The centre of the bauble is a separate piece and I cropped that from Real Red card stock and adhered it behind the bauble. I cropped it again from Gold Foil and adhered it behind the red, so you can see the gold popping through. The Gold 1/8" Trim was threaded through the loop and adhered behind the panel and a red bow adhered at the top of the loop with a glue dot. Strips of Foam Adhesive Strip were used to pop up the bauble. The lovely script greeting from the Wishes All Around stamp set was stamped in Real Red ink and adhered at the bottom of the panel. The finished panel was adhered flat to the card base.

Stampin' Up! Handcrafted Elements Dies & A Walk In The Forest DSP | Judy May, Just Judy Designs
I've kept the inside simple, with the same width border as the front, with the writing panel sitting on a Real Red mat with a strip of the DSP at the base.

Stampin' Up! Handcrafted Elements Dies & A Walk In The Forest DSP | Judy May, Just Judy Designs


Project Details
Stamps Wishes All Around
Card stock & Papers Basic White, Real Red, Gold Foil, A Walk In The Forest DSP
 Ink Real Red
Accessories Gold & Silver 1/8" Trim Combo Pack, Real Red & Garden Green 3/8" Ribbon Combo Pack
Tools Handcrafted Elements Dies, Stampin' Cut & Emboss, Glue Dots, Foam Adhesive Strips


We would love to see your CASE 0f A Walk In The Forest DSP this week. Click on this link or the image below to go there. The first time you will need to click on the 'Join Group' button at the top. Once you have been added to the group, you can go ahead and post your creation and you do not need to have a blog. 

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You can head over to Rebecca to see her lovely project and follow the hop to see the inspiration from the rest of the CTC Crew.

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Thanks for visiting today!


Karen in Florida

Stunning card, Judy!!!

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