Friday, July 25, 2014

CASE-ing the Catty challenge #2 - Memory Keeping


Week two at CASE-ing the Catty sees us getting excited about Memory Keeping! (pages 24-41) Whether that's in the form of traditional scrapping, This and That journals or the latest line from Project Life there is something for EVERYONE in keeping those memories and preserving them for generations to come! I LOVE all the ways you can record your fav moments but for today's inspiration I've chosen a card to CASE! You'll find it on page32 of the catty... right in the middle of the Simply Serif Mini Alphabet bunting.....
 
I loved the layout of that card so with some tweaking this is what I came up with......
 
The Dictionary background stamp is a new one in my collection but I can tell already that it's going to be a fav for sure!! The bird image is from a Hostess set called Hello Love and the frame piece (as well as that little shape in behind) is the Apothecary dies! I placed some little sequins on my card but it didn't look right so I left it clean and simple!!
Had you spotted that card in amongst all that memory keeping?? You'll be surprised what you'll see when you pour over the pages of the Stampin' Up! catty!! Don't forget to check out all the wonderful inspiration from the rest of the designers, you'll be WOWED for sure!

7 comments:

Becky said...

Love that stamp set and the card is adorable.

Jess said...

What a great idea to turn that sample into a card! Your take on it is so cute :)

thepaperandstampaddict said...

What a cute card! Love being on the design team with you!

Rachel Palmieri said...

You've inspired me to get that stamp set mounted this afternoon, I think you've decorated a lovely piece!

Monique said...

What a cute little project - just adding the Dictionary stamp to my wish list!

Bronwyn Eastley said...

This is just adorable. Love that cute bird image and how you CASED the Catty this week with such a gorgeous card.

Alison Barclay said...

Wow - you have amazing eyes to have picked up that project in the catalogue....I went searching for it and wondered how I could have missed it in my 100s of catalogue reads! Fantastic CASE! That dictionary stamp with the Framelit piece really works beautifully! Xx