Happy Easter everyone and welcome to CTC 172 – Myths and Magic!
Every Sunday night a new challenge begins for CASEing the Catty where the design team Copy and Share Everything or Copy and Selectively Edit images from a particular section of the current catalogues to help inspire you and show you how much more fun you can get from your products!
This week for CASEing the Catty we are CASEing the Myths and Magic section of the Occasions Catalogue on pages 36-43
The Myths and Magic suite is one of my favourite suites to play with! I have used these items HEAPS! So today I chose to CASE the Flying Home Set on Page 41!
I love the little bird houses, so my thought was to make a little notecard pack using the individual birdhouses for someone who may have or be moving house and need to thank people, or you could use them for new neighbours to welcome them to the neighbourhood! So I CASED the main image, and then the box on the bottom right to pop them all in!
Flying Home Notecard Pack
I used the Narrow Notecards for this project. I sponged the background with Pool Party, as watercoloring on the notecards makes them pill. I them masked the images I didn’t want to stamp with a sticky note, before stamping on the card. I them stamped the entire image on a seperate piece of Whisper White before colouring with the watercolour pencils and blender pens. I then fussy cut around the birdhouses and mounted them directly over the image on the card front using mini dimensionals.
I also stamped some little birds and fussy cut those before popping them on half a mini dimensional (yes, you can cut the mini ones too!) I kept the sentiment fairly neutral so you could use them as a thank you or as a welcome card. The sentiment is from Wood Words.
I then CASEd the box to pop all the notecards in using the Lots to Love Box. Its fits 3 cards and the envelopes perfectly!
Thanks for popping in! Now it’s time to continue the hop over on Monique’s Blog and see what she has created they week!
I hope you all have had a lovely Easter! Don’t forget to keep crafting! And remember – you can join the challenge too by taking a picture of what you create and posting HERE!