CTC #212 SAB love those wooden elements

Welcome back to CASEing the Catty Sunday challenge. This week we are CASEing projects from the Sale a Bration brochure again and I am using the lovely wooden Butterfly Elements from page 8 and a card from page 9.This was a very quick card to put together.

It was very easy to colour the wooden flowers and leaves- I just used my Stampin Blends alcohol pens while they were still in the original sheet and then gently pushed them out. Each pack contains one of the small sheets of flowers and 2 each of the larger sheets. 
As you can see I copied the card exactly. There are so many lovely projects in the brochure it's a great place to start creating - especially when time is so limited for crafting. What project inspires you?

You can choose a pack of these gorgeous wooden elements as your free gift for a purchase of $90 during Sale a Bration, which runs until the end of March.You can see more of the products available by clicking here. I'd be happy to send you your own copy.
Here's the products I used
Product List
And don't forget we love to see your creations too. Take a photo of your project inspired by any of the SAB items and post it to our Facebook page.

Next on the hop this week is Lauren

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

cheers, Liz


  1. How lovely! Looks gorgeous as always.

  2. I'm planning to CASE this too, lovely Liz.

  3. Great take on the original, I hadn't thought that much about colouring the wooden elements, you have done a great job.

  4. LOL, I really should use my wooden elements instead of hoarding them! Your lovely card has inspired me to pull them out and get creating!

  5. This is a great layout, Liz and perfect for using the wooden elements. I need to practice using these embellishments more.

  6. I love your version of this CASE, Liz. I'm guilty of hoarding these wooden elements too.........

  7. FAbulous Stitched Label there!! Love those wood chip elements, I must use mine too!


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