CTC195 – Festive Farmhouse

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It’s another hop with the Caseing The Catty crew and this week it’s all about the Festive Farmhouse suite, pages 12–17. Welcome if you are joining me here or if you have hopped over from Peta.

This weeks inspiration has come from the Noel card on the bottom of the main suite page.

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Here is where the inspiration took me.

Rose Packer, Creative Roses, Stampin' Up!, Making Christmas Bright, Festive Farmhouse

I used different layer combination on my card, but I think the result is nice and clean. Using the Festive Farmhouse Design paper (OMG… so in love with this pack!) I layered this over a Chery Cobbler card base.

The two green punched elements are Call Me Clover and are from Petal & more thinlit dies. I used one of those gorgeous pearlized doilies and some Champagne foil to layer.

The stamp set I used is the Making Christmas Bright, the circle I stamped on some vellum so that you can still see some of the detail beneath it, and the sentiment I stamped on Whisper White and both these elements were punched using Circle framelits.

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I didn’t over embellish this one as I thought the layers do all the work here. Keeping the stamping clean and simple helped to balance these layers too.

Next up on the hop is Sandra Collett.

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After you’ve enjoyed the awesome hop with the team, I’m looking forward to seeing your CASE over in our challenge group. Be sure to load up your creation by 6pm next Sunday night, September 16th.

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Until next time… Stamp Creatively,
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14 thoughts on “CTC195 – Festive Farmhouse

  1. Wow, you’re right that DSP is awesome! Lots of delicious layering really makes this an extra special card!

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  2. the doily is the perfect detial to balance the layers and clean stamping. Isn’t it amazing how we have all used such different products for the same layout. Fantastic inspiration, thankyou

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  3. I love the clean look of your card, Rose, but there is still heaps of interest with all the layers. That wood grain DSP looks fab with Cherry Cobbler.

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