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CTC 166 – Lots to Love with Pick a Pattern

Hello again!

Welcome to CTC 166 where this week we are CASEing projects from the Painted with Love Section of the Occasions Catalogue, on Pages 18-21.

This section of the Catalogue is just gorgeous.  I am absolutely in love with the Gold Glitter Flakes and Painted with Love DSP, but I really went in quite the opposite direction for this challenge.

This challenge was a great excuse to pull out the Lots to Love Framelits Dies and create a box like you see in the centre of the above image.

I decided to create a box and used the image below to base my design off, but switched out the tags to use the new Whisper White Narrow Notecards for my project.

I’m not sure where the rest of the inspiration for this project came from, but I have been using a lot of florals for a while, so maybe my brain decided it had enough of those images.  As I played around the idea just evolved I guess! Lol.

Lots to Love about Pick a Pattern

CTC 166 - Lots to Love about Pick a Pattern by Mel Pagano at My Paper Oasis

I had forgotten how fun the Pick a Pattern Designer Series Paper actually is!  Lots of images to fussy cut and play around with.  I started by creating the notecards, loosely basing the layout on the images of the tags from the catalogue (above).  As I was playing, I was picturing images that you might capture whilst camping – without realising how easily that idea would coordinate with another one of the DSP sheets!  That’s where the box cover came to fruition.  Those cute little animals, polaroid snaps and camera images fitted so well with my overall plan!  The only image that was stamped was the ‘sun burst’ from the FREE Amazing You Stamp Set.

CTC 166 - Lots to Love about Pick a Pattern by Mel Pagano at My Paper Oasis

I really wanted to be able to see the images inside the box, so after I had adhered the black DSP, I used a circle from the Layering Circle Dies to create a window, popped a piece of window sheet on the inside and viola.  I really like how this little set turned out and it’s more masculine feel.  My mind is now racing to use the Flying Home Stamp Set and Hedgehugs to create a similar pack!

By purchasing the Lots to Love Framelit Dies, the Whisper White Narrow Notecards and the Pick a Pattern DSP you would actually qualify for a FREE Saleabration stamp set.  That means you could choose Amazing You and you would be able to recreate this project at home!

Now it’s time to hop on over to the amazing Kelly Kent and see what she has created for you all!

Happy Crafting 🙂

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CTC 139 – Everyday Occasions Using Pick a Pattern!

It’s Sunday night – so that means it’s time for another fabulous CASEing the Catty Blog Hop!  The crew hop every Sunday Night, sharing their inspiration taken from select pages / categories in the current catalogues.

CASEing (Copy and Share Everything) is a great way to gain inspiration and use as a springboard for your own creativity.  So take the hop, be inspired and join our Facebook Page so you can inspire us with YOUR project!

This week we are focusing on the Everyday Occasions Section on pages 18 – 67.

Pick a Pattern Shaker Card

This week I decided to CASE one of my favourite cards in this section.  I have been wanting to do it for a while – so this was the perfect opportunity.

See that Green shaker card in the top left corner – yep – that’s the one I had fun with this week!

I was initially going to replicate the card using those fun images from the Designer Series Paper (DSP).  But then another sheet in the collection caught my eye.  You see – I need to make a Welcome card for a new team member (one of my favourite things to create!) – and this DSP pack has a very ‘crafty’ sheet in it.  Perfect for this new member, who loves to craft!

So here is my version of this shaker card:

CTC 139 - Pick a Pattern Shaker Card by Mel Pagano at My Paper Oasis using Stampin Up DSP.

It’s a good thing that I love fussy cutting!!!

The Pick a Pattern DSP means you can create lots of different cards simply by purchasing a pack of the DSP.  It has lots of different elements you can cut and use for Cardmaking and scrapbooking for lots of different occasions – camping, dinosaurs, crafts, photography and more! That’s why it has become a favourite DSP of mine this year.

I hope you have enjoyed my take on this card this week.  Now it’s time to hop on over to Megan’s page and see what she has created for you 🙂

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Happy Crafting!


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