Sunday, 7 October 2018

CTC199 and a bright colour palette

Welcome back to CTC for episode #199- CASEing projects from the Country Lane section of the Holiday Catalogue. There's some stunning projects in this section - p 42-47. I chose a bright colour palette from the thanksgiving card on page 45. The colours just jumped out at me when I first saw it. I'm going to enjoy playing with these colours again.


My version has a few more layers. I added the ribbon and wrapped some twine at the top - mostly just because the stamping was a bit sparse at the top of the page since my stamped images are smaller than the Thanksgiving set in the catalogue. I used Jar of Love and Rooted in Nature and I'm really happy with those leaves.

I also punched a few leaves from coordinating cardstock and the white glimmer paper. You might get a better view on this angle. My background layer is from the Tranquil Textures DSP pack.



There's a lot in this section, I hope you find something from the CTC team that inspires you to CASE something too.
Don't forget we love to see what you create using the same inspiration pictures. Upload a picture of your project to our Facebook page.


Next on the hop this week is Sandra 

and before me this week is Peta


I hope you have a creative week and remember, 
"don't just post online,
 post something pretty!"

cheers, Liz

5 comments:

  1. I love your colour palette on this card, and the changes you have made from the original, great CASE.

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  2. These colours are just awesome. And I love your leaf choices and combination. Stunning card!

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  3. What a gorgeous colour combo, Liz. It makes such a pretty card.

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  4. These colours are just beautiful together, lovely card Liz.

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  5. What a great colour combo. Love your card.

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