Sunday, September 16, 2018

CASEing the Catty Santa's Workshop Memories & More - #CTC196



It's time to have some time crafting on a sunny Sunday afternoon as I have been busy for the last few weeks preparing for a High Tea last Saturday afternoon which raised over $1,000 for Compassion Australia and my sponsored child in Northern Thailand.

This week at CASEing the Catty, the Crew are featuring the Santa's Workshop Suite (pages 18 to 27) in the Holiday Catalogue, oh I love this catalogue as Christmas is my favourite time of the year.

You maybe starting here so welcome or you could have come from Judy May.

I decided to purchase the Santa's Workshop Memories & More Card Pack and the matching Poppy Parade Cards and Envelopes to make 20 quick and easy cards ready for Christmas.

I am going to be spending 3 weeks in the United States of America from the end of October so I need to get some of the Christmas cards out of the way prior to leaving as when I return from the Stampin' Up! Onstage Live in Orlando, Florida it will be time for Christmas gatherings and parties.

This afternoon within 3 hours I had made 20 Christmas  cards that I think are very cute and have quite a few layers to them with lots of dimensionals and I also used the Enamel Shapes and I was inspired by the examples to the left which I did happen to CASE a few of the designs to start off with.

Cardstock: Santa's Workshop Memories & More Cards and Envelopes, Garden Green
Accessories:  Santa's Workshop Memories & More Card Pack, Santa's Workshop Enamel Shapes, Call Me Clover 1/8" Grosgrain Ribbon, Garden Green Baker's Twine (retired), 1/4" Whisper White Organza Ribbon (retired)




Close up of the Christmas Cards









Now it's time to hop on over to Angela Meiritz-Reid and see what she has created this week.



Are you inspired by the CASEing the Catty Crew why not participate in the CASEing the Catty Sunday Challenge by uploading a project to Facebook.




5 comments:

  1. WOW! What an amazing bunch of cards! Must get this Memories and More Pack! Love Fi xxx

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  2. Oh my what a delightful project you've created Kathryn. All your cards looks so delightful, and the fact that you could take the card pack ane envies and create 20 cards in an afternoon is inspiring! Thanks for sharing and participating in this hop.

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  3. Wow Kathryn, 20 gorgeous Christmas Cards in 3 hours, I love them all. This would be a great idea for a class.

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  4. Wow they all look stunning Kathryn and such a great idea x

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  5. Aren't these card packs just awesome!!

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