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CTC#68 pedal pushing cute little new SAB stamp




Hello again and welcome to the Sunday night hop where we are CASEing anything from the SALE-a-bration Catalogues. You may have come from Helen's blog and her beautiful project.  I have chosen to CASE the card top left on the back page of the supplementary SAB brochure which has 3 new awesome products available until Mar 31. The little Pedal Pusher set is super cute and very easy to colour, and it can be yours FREE with any purchase over $90.





I made the card for the CTC#68, but I was already playing with these colours because of Bronwyn's fabulous The Colour Tree Challenge#7 which you can see  here. Each week she has a new colour challenge and they are a great starting point for any project.



If you follow me you may have noticed that I try and make a point each week of creating my chosen layout with both a new and an old stamp set- just to show how versatile an inspiration point can be. So this week I used the same layout (which is dead easy and very quick too- great for a class) and I made an easel card using You're Sublime. I'm really happy with how this turned out, and the Shine on Specialty Kraft DSP is really fantastic, though it is hard to tell from the Catalogue picture.



I have been making loads of Easel Cards lately for the markets and you can see some more samples here, and some directions for the Twisted Easel here if you wish (labelled under Fancy Folds) 
Thanks for looking, don't forget to make a card for the Mothly Challenge and link it up using the button below. You can CASE any of the designers projects or something that you love from the Catalogues.
Next on the hop is Kathryn, you can see her gorgeous project by clicking on the link button.



To see the complete list of participants at CASEing the Catty this week click here


Finally to join the Challenge for the month just click on this button.


Thanks so much for looking,
 Happy Stamping, 
Liz








Comments

  1. Such a great idea to CASE from the new flyer! I completely forgot about those ones lol. I love the colours you have used.
    I like your second card too, the little sub is super cute.

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  2. I love that you have combined both the 2 new sale-a-bration products, this stamp set is growing on my all the time and like that you have made a matching bag.

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  3. I love the greeting you've used on the pedal pusher cards. It's so great seeing your awesome inspiration each week with old and new stamp sets! Thankyoy

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  4. You've shared three fabulous projects here, Liz. They're all great, but nice to see the submarine from You're Sublime make an appearance too.

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  5. Stunning projects Liz - That colour combo rocks - I'm off to check Bronwyn's Colour Tree Challenges! And it is great to see alternative cards using the layout you've chosen to CASE - TFS!

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  6. That was the first project that caught my in the flyer. Love your version of this card, Liz! The matching bag & submarine card are super sweet too. :)

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