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Sunday, 14 May 2017

CTC#128 Favourite Kit gets a makeover

Hello again, and Welcome back for another rounf of CASEing the Catty. This week we are taking inspiration from any of the kits available. 
I'm not a big user of kits but I do love how everything is beautifully presented and super easy to assemble.


I have taken the colour theme  from Perfectly Wrapped  kit on pate 159 this week as the inspiration point for my project. (that's it on the left in the Blog header here)
The kits are all shown in pages 158-161, 


Black and White, Tangerine Tango and Emerald Envy- super strong combination! I have to admit Tangerine is not one of the ink colours I use much - or even own!, but I did have a little bit of card and paper. I'm really going to miss the Love you Lots set from the Hostess section of this catalogue- it's perfect for kids cards.
I didn't have much in Black and White either - but luckily the cards from the Project Life kits are often great backgrounds.



Thanks so much for looking,


This week Bec is next on the hop


and before me this week is Julia


Don't forget we love to see what you create too, so get inky and post your photo to our Facebook page.


thanks for looking, Liz




5 comments:

  1. Too too cute! Great project, and what an awesome idea to use the colours scheme from a kit!

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  2. I agree - a bold choice, but perfect for this card Liz, awesome creation! Kelly x

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  3. How cute is your card!! Love the colour combo.

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  4. I am like you Liz, I don't use Tangerine Tango much either but it really does pop when coordinated with Emerald Envy and Basic Black. I love the little frog on the inside of your card most I think - what a cutie.

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  5. That is soon cute Liz! Love your take on this kit. That colour selection looks brilliant!

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thanks so much for taking the time to comment. I really appreciate it, Liz