CTC273 – Playing with Patterns DSP

Welcome to a new week of CASEing the Catty where we are casing the colours from the Playing with Patterns DSP.  Whether you have the DSP or not, it doesn’t matter as it is the colours you need to use in your creation.  The colours are Calypso Coral, Crushed Curry, Coastal Cabana, Night of Navy & Purple Posy.

It’s been a bit wet and gloomy here lately so my photos are a little darker than normal.  As I do actually have this DSP, I decided to make a couple of quick cards using the DSP.

For my first card, I started with a Whisper White card base and added a layer of DSP.  I then cut a frame out using two of the Stitched Rectangles Dies.  The Happy Birthday was cut out using the Playful Alphabet Dies.  I added a few of the Playing with Patterns Resin Dots and the card was done.

For my second card I started with a Night of Navy card base and then also cut a mat in Night of Navy.  I went through the Playing with Patterns DSP pack and pulled out all of the designs that used Purple Posy and Night of Navy and then punched out pieces with the Tailored Tag Punch.  I then glued these to the mat and trimmed the edges before adhering it to the card base.  I stamped the sentiment, which comes from the Pattern Play stamp set in Night of Navy onto Purple Posy cardstock.  Another quick card, however I think it looks quite effective.

Next up is Siobhan with her fabulous shaker card.  Keep hopping around to see all of the design team’s creations using the colours from the Playing with Patterns DSP.

It doesn’t matter whether you have the DSP or not, you can still join in as you only need to use the colours from the DSP in your creation.  Please share your creation on our Facebook page by clicking the image below.  We’d love to see what you have created and you don’t need a blog to be able to join in.

Until next time, happy stamping



  1. I love both of these very much and admire the very neat and careful placement of all the little pieces on both! The first card in particular is fabulous and has gone straight to the top of my “to Case” list. 🙂 Siobhan.

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