Hi there! Welcome to addINKtive designs and the CASEing the Catty Sunday Blog Hop.
This week we are CASEing projects from the Artistic Expression section of the new annual Stampin’ Up! Catalogue which covers pages 132-181. I took inspiration from page 158 of the 2017/18 Annual Catalogue –
Wood Textures Suite –
… and made a new version of a z-fold card –
This one has a Farmer’s Market Theme, a shortened pop-out crate full of flowers and an overhanging roof! I wanted to close a couple of tabs in my brain that have been left open for a long time … LOL. Thank goodness for school holidays.
It took a while to construct but I got there in the end … and yes … I’ve figured out all the tricky bits to make it easy and have written a tutorial if you’d like to purchase one. It would be a fun project to share at your next stamp class or camp.
I made this as a get well card for a cousin of mine who is quite sick in hospital; it will last much longer than a bunch flowers and handmade is heart made.
The roof will stay upright if you want to open the card out further –
Thanks for hopping by!
Up next on the CTC Blog Hop we have one of our newest members of the Design Crew, Fi Cobbin –
Or you can hop back to the lovely Rebecca Scurr –
Want to join in? CASEing the Catty Challenges are on Facebook –
To provide some inspiration, the CTC Crew kick start every challenge with a blog hop and you have all week to create and join in. We’d love to see you there! Make sure you invite all your crafty friends to join the group.
We have a GIVE AWAY for our challenge this week – The entry with the most ‘likes’ and the crew pick for #CTC137 will both win a copy of my tutorial.
Live in Australia? I’d love to be your Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator.
Shop 24/7 – Visit my Stampin’ Up! ® On-line Store –
If your order totals less than $250 (AUD), please use the following Hostess Code and you will receive a free card tutorial (of your choice) from me as a thank you!
JULY HOSTESS CODE – S2QWUHCQ
Product List for Farmer’s Market Z-Fold
Plus card stock and ink – suggested colour palette in this post. More details in my tutorial.