Sunday, 22 October 2017

CTC151 - Catalogue Covers and Hostess Sets

Hi lovelies! It's me again, phew my third blog post for the day! Busy, busy, busy!! This time I am sharing with you my CASEing the Catty project for this week. The theme is.......

I've CASEd the card on the bottom right of the Holiday Catalogue but changed the orientation to portrait instead of landscape.

My Best Birds Stamp Set was gathering some dust, so I was happy to use it! The leaves are from Flourishing Framelits, I've just trimmed, added and molded them a bit to wrap around the Stitched Shape circle.

A little bit of inside love.

Sorry to make this post so short and sweet, it's crazy at our household at the moment with renovations and I had three blog posts to write today and paint some walls, do the laundry..... you know how it is!

We'd love it if you join along with our challenge and you don't need a blog to do so, you just need to upload a picture to our Facebook page. For more info click the graphic below......

Thanks for stopping by! I promise, no more blog posts today, phew! Now it is time to hop along and see what Elizabeth has in store for you, just click the graphic below....

Cheers Megan xx


  1. Very pretty. I love the colours you have chosen and those leaves look awesome on the edge of the circle framing that cute little birdie.

  2. YOU did well to get 3 post done along with painting!!! Go girl!! lovely colouring on the bird, and that is so many leaves cut out around the wreath, they look so effective. Great card with the inside stamped as well. Hope the renovations are not causing too much stress.

  3. I love the way you have put the matts on the front of the card all the way to the left. Beautiful colouring too!

  4. Now that is just gorgeous! Such a pretty layout. Hope your walls are painted as prettily as that bird!

  5. What a great CASE, Megan. Your colouring of the bird is lovely and a great example of adapting with supplies you have.

  6. Beautiful card Megan. I love how you've moulded the leaves around the stitched circle.

  7. Love your take. Love how you have added the leaves around the wreath.