Sunday, December 1, 2019

CASEing the Catty #257 - Happy Tails

I have been missing in action creating but after going to the Stampin' Up! Onstage Local in Perth last month, it's inspired me to create again.  This week at CASEing the Catty we are featuring the Kids and Babies section in the Annual Catalogue (page 98 to 105).

You maybe starting the blog hop here, so welcome or you may have come from my lovely friend from Melbourne, Rachel Palmieri.

I had my last card class for the year yesterday and I decided to combine my card this week to incorporate this Challenge.

I have used the two cards (featured to the left) to case as I have taken the layout including the Whisper White frame, background of designer series paper and the sentiment and ribbon from the below image and then used image of the dog and kennel from the top image.

Stamp Set:  Happy Tails
Ink:  Memento, Crushed Curry
Cardstock:  So Saffron, Balmy Blue, Terracotta Tile, Whisper White, Mosaic Mood Specialty Designer Series Paper
Accessories:  Dog Builder Punch, Terracotta Tile 1/2" Scalloped Linen Ribbon

Stampin' Up! Happy Tails and Dog Builder Punch designed by Kathryn Mangelsdorf

Close up of the detail of the cute doggie.

Stampin' Up! Happy Tails and Dog Builder Punch designed by Kathryn Mangelsdorf

Now it's time to hop on over to Peta Stephens.

Are you inspired by the CASEing the Catty Crew why not participate in the CASEing the Catty Sunday Challenge by uploading a card or project to the facebook page.


  1. Great card Kathryn, I love how you’ve combined two cards into one.

  2. What a great card! Love the frame - it's a great way to really add focus to a card. Just gorgeous.

  3. Soooo cute! I love the colour and the DSP choice. I especially love the little pops of Terracotta Tile. Such a great CASE. Awesome to have you hopping with us again. It was great to meet you at On Stage :)

  4. Such a cute card. You’ve combined elements from the two cards so well.

  5. Wow, this is fabulous! I love how the doggo is framed by the square. Awesome card!

  6. What a cute card!! I love how you have combined elements of both cards.