Hello and welcome to my blog. I’ve had another busy week with work, family birthdays, preparing for classes and taking Marvi to the vet for his vaccinations. Anyone that’s met Marvi always comments that he’s rather large. About 18 months ago I put him on a diet, and he did lose some weight, but now he’s put it all back on plus some. He weighed in at 7.5kg. So we are back on a diet with some special diet food, which of course he loves. So with less food, diet food and more walks and more playtime lets see how much he can lose.
This week at Caseing The Catty we are Caseing a card layout from page 46. There’s only 5 projects on this page so it will be interesting to see which one everyone chooses to CASE. You may have arrived here from Michelle’s gorgeous creation, thanks for continuing on with me. Make sure you visit all the Design Team’s Blogs by clicking on the “next” button at the bottom of each post.
I’ve CASEd the “Season of Thanks” card from the above graphic but I’ve turned it into a Christmas card.
I’ve broken the card down and used all the elements to create my CASE. The original card has a stamped card base and a banner of DSP. My card base is Gray Granite and my banner is Cherry Cobbler and I’ve stamped both of them with the little stars from So Many Stars in Silvery Shimmer Delicata Metallic Ink.
It’s hard to capture the shine of these small stars. They look really shimmery in real life.
I’ve added a circle of Wrapped In Plaid DSP die cut with the Stitched Circle Dies. I’ve replaced the leaves and pumpkin from the original card with stars from the Stitched Stars Dies. The largest star is die cut from Silver Foil and embossed with the Hammered Metal 3D embossing folder. The red star and sentiment are silver heat embossed.
I think Marvi liked my card this week but he didn’t enjoy his tiny portion of breakfast this morning. He may even go on strike and not pose for photos anymore!!!
Next up tonight is Sandra’s beautiful project. Just click on the “Next” button to hop right over.
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