We are back this week for another CASEing the Catty Challenge! We have had some fantastic entries over on our Facebook Page – so keep them coming – we are so glad you are enjoying the new way to play along! This week for our challenge we are taking inspiration form the Cupcakes and Carousel section of the Occasions Catalogue on pages 8 – 13. Remember, you don’t have to have any of the stamps sets to play along, you just use the images in the catalogue to spur your creativity! It may be the paper, colours used, images, designs or layouts that you use to inspire you to create your project!
I cannot tell you how much I love this suite (I know – I love just about all of them! Lol) – but this suite makes it easy! And it has a real vintage feel about it! I love the DSP paper stack (I just wish they were 12×12!), the colours that are used in the suite and the stamp sets! It made it so easy to create my projects…and I guess I took inspiration from it all!
The one thing that really caught my eye in this picture were the Rosette’s . I used to love making these, but had forgotten about them – until now! So I knew I had to use them for this challenge.
I set about creating a scrapbook page using the Carousel Birthday Set – it came together so quickly for me, which surprised me, because I am not a natural scrapbooker! It just goes to show…when you have the right products its easier to create!
Do you see the stamped Carousel Horse Image on my page? I took inspiration from one of the actual papers in the DSP stack- this one –
I love the way they looked, so I made my own. Its easy to do – just stamp your image in the lightest base colour (in this case peekaboo peach) and the ink up other ares using a sponge dauber with your stronger colours (calypso coral and early espresso). See – easy and SUPER effective!
I didn’t stop there with this suite either. I decided to have a bit of fun and made this 3D carousel, well, just because I could, using a large rosette for the roof! And if you are wondering how the centre is made – it’s from our empty ribbon spools – I never throw them out! Lol.
I hope you enjoyed these creations this week! This suite is LOADS of fun, so I encourage you to have a play and join the challenge. Simply upload a picture of your creation to the album on the Facebook page HERE.
Now it’s time to hop on over to the wonderful Julia Quinn and see what she has created for you all!