GDP Blooms

This week’s challenge for Global Design Project #gdp032 is “Case the Designer” and the talented Krista Frattin is the Designer being “CASEd” (Copy And Selectively Edit). It’s daunting when someone’s whose talent and cards you admire will be looking at your creation!GDP032.jpg Here’s is my card – I’ve used the same DSP – Birthday Bouquet (as it’s my favourite it was an easy decision)!IMG_20160422_170707.jpgI stamped the large flower image from the Birthday Blooms stamp set and water coloured the leaves in Old Olive then selected the ones I wanted and adhered them to the back of the oval. I also used the uni-ball Signo Gel Pen on the leaves to add a bit of light.2016-04-22 17.08.30-1.jpgThere is a small piece of a silver Metallic Foil Doily on the bottom right of the oval and silver Metallic Thread under the leaves. And if you are wondering where the gorgeous little sentiment came from – it’s from a new set called Mixed Borders which is in the new catalogue.

I was lucky enough to receive several stamp sets at Stampin’ Up’s!® recent On Stage event (they are such a generous company) so I’ll be back soon with some new ideas!

Take care Angela x


6 thoughts on “GDP Blooms

  1. Simple cards with so few elements are hard to do, as there is no where to hide if things go wrong. But you nailed this challenge Angela! Like Krista, you have a knack for clean and simple, which I find hard to do, lol. So fabulous to meet you at Onstage – thanks for coming to say hi! You swap card is now on my display board xox
    Thanks for playing at Global Design Project with us again this week.


  2. Beautiful, Angela! I love the sneak peek of this set – the sentiments in this set are GREAT! Love what you did with it. Thank you so much for playing along with this week’s Global Design Project challenge!


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