Sunday, 5 May 2019

CTC#227 FAVOURITE RETIRING BUNDLE

Welcome back to another week for CASEing the Catty. Life has been super busy for me recently but I always love these challenges. This week we are CASEing a favourite retiring bundle. Some bundles are retiring but the individual products will still be available to purchase separately, however they will no longer have the 10% discount which applies to a bundle. SO if theres something you have been wishing for I'd recommend purchasing before the end of May. ( Use the Shop Now button on the right side of the page)
As always with a New catalogue there are casualties- those that did not survive another year. I always have a few, this year there's a lot of favourites going for me so it was hard to decide which one. 



I have used Cake Soiree today because I really love the little roses in that set. You can cut 1 large and 2 small roses, and 2 round and 2 long leaves at one time which is a brilliant feature.

Today's set of little 3 x 3 notecards is very simple and uses only the roses. I was short on time so stamped the leaves from Needlepoint Nook and I love them together.
I used the babywipe technique for some hydrangea type colours. Blueberry Bushel, Balmy Blue and Highland Heather.

This week (last night) saw the opening of a gorgeous shop in rockhampton called Our Shop which stocks all handmade items and my cards are in there !!!! (eek).
So this little tin is part of the stock, and perhaps explains why I've been so quiet in recent challenges. Very exciting but super busy!


We'd love to see what you create using your favourite retiring bundle so after you visit all the blog pages for some inspiration please share a photo of your project with us on our Facebook page.



Before me this week is the fabulous Rose, and 
Next on the hop this week is Sandra.


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

cheers, Liz

5 comments:

  1. Congratulations on the opening of the shop! Hope you sell lots of cards. I love the colours of your roses.

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  2. These are just adorable. I love the colours. And good luck with your shop adventures. How exciting.

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  3. Gotta love a set of cards, and these are really lovely, Liz. Good luck with your goods in a store.

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  4. Just gorgeous Liz. Wishing you all the best for "Our Shop" - your local community are lucky to have artisans such as yourself to stock it! Kelly x

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  5. Good luck with your new venture Liz, I'm sure these note cards will be very popular. I love how you've used the baby wipe technique to give your roses the colour of a hydrangea, very clever.

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