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Catered Crop Recipe Swap–Sequins

Good morning!  Hump day is here!   Have you seen Gieco’s Happy Hump Day commercial?  If not, I’ll put a link at the end of the post so you can check it out.  That camel always makes me smile.


Any how, I should get to the business at hand, sequins.  Yep, you heard me, sequins.   Linda, our creative head chef at the Catered Crop, has asked us to use sequins in our projects.    Use lots of them or use just a few, it is entirely up to you.


For my recipe swap project, I tried to keep things relatviely CAS.  I tried to be a bit trendy with the coffee theme, sequins, washi and cork all on the same card.  Wowza!   (Is cork still trendy?  I like it and I am going to still use it either way.)   


2013-08-07 CC Sequins WM


As always, Linda put together some curated some inspiring projects on Pinterest.  You can go to her board, Sequins, to find links to all these projects.    Be sure to stop by the Catered Crop to link up your project using sequins.



Thank you for stopping by!  Have a great day!



  • Stamps:  Heart to Heart  #1 from Papertrey Ink
  • Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black
  • Tools:  Big Shot, Papertrey Ink Heart to Heart #1 die, Nestabilities circle die
  • Paper:  Papertrey Ink white CS
  • Embellishments:  Misc washi tape, sequins






Desire Fourie said…
A gorgeous CAS creation and I adore the mix of the colourful designs.
{Doing Life – my personal blog}
Desire Fourie said…
A gorgeous CAS creation and I adore the mix of the colourful designs.
{Doing Life – my personal blog}
Davi said…
How cute is that!! Very fun :)
Lovey CAS design, real work of art. Thank you for sharing your card with all of us at Crafty Boots Challenges.

Imke said…
Love it ! Fabulous CAS card, Cheryl.
Ros Crawford said…
Terrific card!! And I loved the video advert ... Made me laugh ... Thanks so much for playing along at CCCB!
Kristie Maynard said…
Very nicely done. I'm loving that Washi! Thanks for playing along with the Eureka! Stamps challenge this week.
Charlene said…
What a fun washi card!!!Have a great day and thanks so much for playing along with us at CCCB!

Audrey Pettit said…
Oh, I would say this is all definitely trendy........and absolutely adorable! Just makes me smile!
Great mix! Love the washi and the cork! I didn't think cork went outta style :)
Claire Newcombe said…
This is a fab CAS card. The pop of the colours against the white background is perfect.

Thank you for sharing your favourite thing with us at Crafty Bloggers Network this month.
Claire x
(DT member)
Katie Stringer said…
Great funky CAS card. So bright and cheery,
thanks for joining in this month at The Crafty Bloggers Network, hugs katie x
Lydia said…
fab card- thank you so much for sharing this gorgeous creation with us over at Loves Rubberstamps xxxx
Chana said…
Hi, Cheryl, I just love your creative use of washi tape! Beautiful CAS design! Fabulously conceived and executed! Thanks for dropping this off by our house at 613 Avenue Create! We look forward to your next visit.
Chana, Owner
Linda McClain said…
Hee Hee, I love that commercial. I also love what you did with those sequins. Perfection.
Olivia said…
Such a lovely card. Thanks for joining us at Loves Rubberstamps.
This is such a cute design, I love it. Thanks for playing with us over at Loves Rubberstamps!!!
What a wonderful and cool card! Thank you for joining us at CCCB :) Hugs, Wendy
Betty J. said…
I would now like to have a coffee :-)

Hugs, Betty
Betty J. said…
I would now like to have a coffee :-)

Hugs, Betty
Kirsty Vittetoe said…
Your card is beautiful!!! Thanks for sharing it with us at CCCB!
Sylv said…
Fabulous CAS card, love the use of the washi tape and sequin embellishment. Thank you for joining us for the Crafty Bloggers Network Challenge.

Sylv xx
Crafty Bloggers Network DT
Thinking I'm going to have to get out my old sewing sequins after your inspiration

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