Sunday 22 January 2023

CTC 403: CASE The SAB Catalogue


Welcome back to the new CASEing The Catty Sunday Challenge Blog Hop. Isn't it a great way to end the weekend - or start your week - depending on your perspective?

This week we are asking you to CASE a project from the Sale-A-Bration Catalogue. The catalogue may be tiny, but there's a lot of inspiration to be found.

I found this fun card on page 15. I really liked the diagonal lines in the card and the circular focal point. In thinking about how to recreate the card, my newish Timeless Greetings Kit with the globe and the pocket watch came to mind.

scissorspapercard, CASEing The Catty, Stampin' Up!, Timeless Greetings Kit

I cropped one of the card bases for the topmost piece of DSP on my card. I inked around it with Crumb Cake ink to help it stand out from the Crumb Cake card base. The bottom black check plate print DSP was cut on an angle and popped up over the top. I cut one of the Cajun Craze sentiment mats in half longways to use as the feature strip on top of the black. The join in the two halves is hidden under the globe!

scissorspapercard, CASEing The Catty, Stampin' Up!, Timeless Greetings Kit

Isn't this sentiment great? It fits with the globe element perfectly. It didn't fit on the angle, so I popped it on the card straight.

scissorspapercard, CASEing The Catty, Stampin' Up!, Timeless Greetings Kit

Some of the smaller left over paper scraps from the front of the card were put to great use on the inside of my card. Waste not, want not!

To play along with us, all you need to do is add a photo of your card that CASEs a card from the SAB Catalogue to our Facebook group. Easy!

We'd love for you to continue on with the blog hop, the next stop along the way is the lovely Peta Stephen with a gorgeous card in some of my favourite colours.


  1. Oh I love this sooooo much!! I would love to case you please!! Love love love!!!

  2. Fabulous masculine card, Tina. I really love how you created the frame to replace the extra layer of card stock. Such a great use of the elements from the kit, too.


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