Tuesday, 7 February 2017

GDP#073 Sweet Colour Challenge

Welcome back for another card using Penned and Painted and the brilliant Delicate Details lace stamp from Sale a Bration. I am making a large stash of thankyou cards today so have created one using the colour challenge at GDP this week.

I have heat embossed the lace details in white on Kraft, and have also sponged some circles with white craft Ink onto the base layer. The flowers are stamped, fussy cut and raised on dimensionals. Add a little touch of Garden Green baker's twine leftover from Christmas and a few coloured dots, and tie the sentiment flag on and you're done.

Here's a little tip: The easiest way to get the lace straight is to position all 3 photopolymer stamps on the one block before you start stamping. That way you can also easily decorate the matching envelope by stamping on the flap.

this gives you a better shot of the envelope.

Thanks for looking, I'll be back with more cards using the delicate details set this weekend so make sure you have subscribed to receive all new posts straight to your inbox- the "FOLLOW ME BY EMAIL" BOX is just on the right of this page. (just below the 3 rainbow boxes at the top)

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  1. A very sweet card! Really soft details in each element, especially in the beautiful floral cluster!

  2. WOW. This is so beautiful Liz! All the entries this week are putting my card to shame! Thanks so much for joining in with this week's Global Design Project!

  3. beautiful soft card using these bold colours, love your take on this challenge

  4. Beautiful use of the colors - thanks for playing along with the GDP


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