GDP #049 colour challenge with a Sneak Peak - Frosted Medallions

Just a brief post today to catch the GDP deadline.This week's colour challenge is a pretty one, and I made  a few cards with this combo. This one is with a new stamp coming Sept 1 in the Holiday Catalogue. It has a beautiful font as well as some lovely images.

The twine is a single thread from the white jute  ribbon which I ran over the Flamingo inked. I love the texture of this thread- it ties so nicely.
It's hard to pick up the wink of Stella on the central medallion, but it does sparkle! The inside says - the best is yet to come! Lovely for a wedding don't you think?

Thanks for looking today,


  1. Saw your little thumbnail on the GDP page and just HAD to swing by and say how amazing this is! hanks so much for the inspiration and for joining in with this week's Global Design Project.

  2. Wow! Another gorgeous card Liz! Amazing way to use the colours. We appreciate your support of the GDP challenge blog.

  3. Gorgeous card! Love the colors! I would love to share this on my blog for 'My Crafty Friends Monday' (a round up of amazing cards from amazing stampers!)! Please let me know if you would prefer that I didn't share it (of course I give you credit and link back to your blog!).

    1. HI Josee, thanks so much for your lovely comments. Of course it will be fine for you to CASE my card. I'd love it if you could send me some photos of what you end up making in your group! You can post them to my Facebook page if that;s easier - Lillybet's papers. Have fun, it really is a gorgeous set- I have made a few other types since this post including my convention swaps for the CASEing the Catty Design team which I am part of. You can check them out too just by searching this blog under "Frosted Medallions". Happy Stamping! Liz


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