Wednesday, 16 September 2015

Birthday Blossoms Global Design Project Challenge

Today's card is made using a sketch from the Global Design Project Challenge. Sketches are a great idea if you want to create a card in a hurry, simply adjust as necessary to suit your needs.
I used the Birthday Blossoms stamp for my card and flipped the sketch to make a landscape card.


For the base of my card, I stamped Rich Razzleberry card with the Dots for Days backround stamp and Rich Razzleberry ink.
 I stamped the large flower and leaves onto Very Vanilla cardstock then gently traced the image with an Aqua painter which gives a soft watercolour effect before adding to the card with Stampin' Dimensionals.
Here is a list of the products I used to create this card
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8 comments:

  1. Great color combo and a beautiful card. Thanks for playing along with Global Design Project.

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    1. thank you Connie, it was a great challenge.

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  2. Claire, this is beautiful. I love the work you have done in the background. Tone-on-tone always wins me over :) Thanks for sharing with us at Global Design Project.

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    1. thank you for your comment Shawn, the Dots For Days embossing folder is my favourite backround stamp at the moment, I can't stop using it.

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  3. Hi Clare! Such a pretty card. You've certainly achieved the look of the soft water colour effect, it looks lovely. Thank you so much for playing along to the Global Design Project this week. Louise xo

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    1. Thank you Louise, I'm a big fan of your blog.

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  4. What a gorgeous card Clare! I love your interpretation of the sketch and turning it on its side. Thank you so much for playing along with this week's Global Design Project challenge!

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    1. thanks Kylie, looking forward to future challenges.

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