CASEing the Catty #142 Love & Sympathy

Sunday 20 August 2017

 
 
Welcome to this week's CASEing the Catty Blog Hop. Today's card is from the Love & Sympathy section (pages 86-101) of the Annual Catalogue.
 
 
We need to be sending more cards of Love rather than the latter!
 
This week I've chosen to CASE the Lemon Zest card at the bottom left hand corner. I've kept the layout and colours the same - just a few changes!
 

For the base I've used the Hexagons 3D Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder - have you tried these? They are amazing - check out the video below.


The gold dotted acetate is from the Fabulous Foil Designer Acetate collection - it adds an instant touch of class to any project. The fruit is from the Whole Lot of Lovely DSP and has been fussy cut! Yep love it or hate it - which "fussy cut" team are you on?

 
The inside got a little bit of attention too with matching elements. And here's the Stampin' Up!® video I mentioned about these fabulous folders.
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bXLxHteTpw4&t=6s
 
Next on the blog hop is the talented and lovely Fi Cobbin!
 
http://www.themagentatiger.com/2017/08/caseing-the-catty-142-love-sympathy/
 
And as always we'd love you to play along, you can join the challenge here:
 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1625891621049580/
 
Have a great week and remember to spread some kindness and love - everyone needs it!
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20 comments:

  1. Love it! Your card that is AND fussy cutting. The gold foil acetate circle is a fantastic element.

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  2. I love the EFFECT of fussy cutting so I do it when necessary! Actually it can be quite relaxing. Love your card Angela, I may just have to CASE you! And the inside treatment is perfect too. How fresh and lovely

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  3. Gorgeous card. And yes, when fussy cutting is done well it really can add total amazingness to any project. I love the co,ours you've chosen. This is a lovely card.

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  4. Beautiful card Angela, love the acetate foil circle. I quite like fussy cutting too

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  5. I much prefer your version, Angela. The colours really pop and I really like the embossed trim on the inside. I'm a fan of fussy cutting and it can be very relaxing!

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  6. That card is awesome Angela!!! I have some of that DSP and was wondering just how to use it up! I may just have to CASE you :-)

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  7. Yes I too am on the fussy cutting team Angela. You are right though - you either love it or hate it. I think it looks fantastic on your card.

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  8. I am on the hate it but appreciate that the effort can be worth fussy cutting team! Yours looks beautiful. I hadn't thought to use a strip of embossed card stock on the inside of the card, it looks fantastic.

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    1. Thanks Monique for your lovely comments xx

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  9. Angela, this is gorgeous & I loooove that DSP and that lemon stamp set is one of my favourites xo

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  10. Love the hexagon background and the acetate circle! Say what! such a great touch!

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