Sunday, January 24, 2016

CASE-ing the Catty Balloon Builders - #CTC63

It's Sunday evening, therefore it's CASE-ing the Catty time again.  This week we are featuring the It's My Party Section in the Occasions Catalogue #CTC63.    

You may have come from Rebecca Scurr or you might be starting the hop here, but don't forget to hop to all the posts as the party ideas are amazing again.

I am casing the right hand side card however I am using designer series paper instead of washi tape and the Balloon Builders stamp set with matching Balloon Bouquet punch.

Stamp Set:   Balloon Builders, Rose Wonder
Cardstock:  Thick Whisper White, Whisper White, Love Blossoms Designer Series Paper Stack
Ink:  Rose Red, Pink Pirouette, Crumb Cake
Accessories:  Love Blossoms Embellishment Kit, Linen Thread, Balloon Bouquet Punch, Rich Razzleberry Designer Button

Close up of the balloons.

It's now time to hop over to Julia Quinn and look what she has made this week.

If you have any problems hopping around, please check out the crew's creations at CASE-ing the Catalogue.  We have started a monthly challenge, so if you have been inspired by our projects and want to share your card of project, please add to the linky tool at CTAC.  A winner will be chosen and announced on the first post of the following month.


  1. Gorgeous card Kathryn. I really love that colour combo. xxx

  2. Oh, I love your card with balloons! And the colours are so pretty.

  3. Great CASE, Kathryn. Love how you have adapted your supplies to the layout.

  4. Loving the way so many people can CASE the same card, and they're all so different. Yours is fabulous Kathryn, I think these papers and colours give it a more refined look, which is refreshing.

  5. Your card is so beautiful - I love the colours and design - I can feel a CASE coming up for this card - it is just lovely. THank you for the inspiration!!

  6. What a great CASE Kathryn. That DSP works so well with the balloons - a totally different feel than the original card.

  7. What a really pretty car Kathryn. Your take on the original is gorgeous ad I love how you used strips of DSP to replicate the washi tape. The finishing touch of the linen thread gives it a rustic, romantic feel. Thanks for sharing.