CASEing the Catty is… Just For You


It’s Sunday night and time for a creative recharge before another week of work and school. This week at CASEing the Catty, we’re checking back in with the Sale-A-Bration catalogue. I’ve chosen to turn this cute treat bag project into a card…


I just love the colours of this project so I left the Mint Macaron cardstock base as is. I actually don’t have the Botanical Gardens Designer Vellum Stack yet (sigh, so many wonderful SAB freebies to earn) but I decided to create my own by stamping one of the flowers from the Botanicals For You stamp set randomly over the vellum with White StazOn ink. I think it creates a great effect but it did take some time – I’d definitely choose the freebie vellum if you like this look!

I embossed the ‘Just For You’ sentiment with gold embossing powder and then added the accessories as per the brochure sample, just changing up the butterfly colours. I added sequins instead of hearts to one card but then decided I preferred it plain so I left the other plain and simple.

Stampin' Up! Botanicals Just For You Sale-A-Bration card for CASEing the Catty

Stampin' Up! Botanicals Just For You Sale-A-Bration card for CASEing the Catty

I hope you’ve enjoyed my projects. Remember that Sale-A-Bration runs until 31 March but some of our favourite freebies are only available until tomorrow – GASP. You can check them all out here so you don’t miss out!

Click next to visit the lovely Helen Heil or previous to visit the equally lovely Emma Palonek for more SAB inspiration!







Jess x



6 thoughts on “CASEing the Catty is… Just For You

  1. I never liked this card in the catalogue, but now that I have seen your version and the lovely butterfly feature in the corner, you have inspired me yet again. (It’s such a better example than which is featured).

  2. Can’t believe you hand stamped the Vellum – You always go the extra mile with your details Jess, that’s why your inspirational!
    Love this card – will both of them. One quick question, is the vellum only adhered to the front(under the embellishments at the top) or is it scored and folded over and adhered to the back?

    1. Lol. Thanks Liz! Sometimes my crazy ideas end up taking a LOT of time! The vellum is folded over the top and adhered to the back on this design. It’s actually not adhered down on the front at all, although perhaps I should have thought of that!

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