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Global Design Project #097

Yep, I’m having one of those weeks where I’m being super productive so am back today with another challenge entry. This time I’m having some fun with a colour challenge (#GDP097) over at the Global Design Project. This week they’re challenging us with this cool colour combination:

How delicious does it look? And speaking of delicious, all the colours today are named after foods! Cake, Berries & Wasabi. Yum, Yum, Blah! Wild Wasabi is not my “go to” green for projects but I really think it complements the Berry Burst colour in this combination.

For my project today I focused on using Berry Burst and Wild Wasabi for the card and used a Crumb Cake card base to include all 3 colours in my project. I had some fun making a cute shaker card for this week’s challenge.

I love polka dots and spots so focused my card on using them on the outside and on the inside of the shaker.

I threaded some silver sequins off the Silver Mini Sequin Trim to add a bit of bling to the card… then added them on some of the polka dots on the outside of the shaker to make it sparkle.

Thanks for stopping by today. If you’ve got time, why not pop on over and the the Global Design Project challenge yourself! Or if you can’t create for this one, be sure to pop back early next week to see what their next challenge is.

Happy Crafting,

Global Design Project #093

Good Morning to you on this fresh Sunday morning in Melbourne! When I woke this morning it was -4.0 degrees! Winter has really hit us this weekend so I was excited to play along with the Global Design Project and use their bright, summery colour combination for #GDP093.

I’ve made a notecard for my project today using the gorgeous “Quirky Critters” stamp set from new annual Stampin’ Up! catalogue. At first it didn’t catch my eye but on my many looks through the catalogue I kept coming back to it and it hasn’t disappointed me yet!

For a self-proclaimed “non-colourer” this an interesting choice of stamp set, but funnily enough of late, I’m finding colouring very therapeutic and like anything, the more you do it, the more comfortable you become with it!

 

I chose to colour the bird on shimmery white cardstock using an Aqua Painter with Pool Party ink for his body and Lemon Lime Twist for his funky hair-do and chest. I really struggled to add the Berry Burst aspect to him but never fear, a small heart punch added the little bit I needed to make him pop! I punched the heart form the Cookie Cutter punch.

I can’t wait to use this set more and more! I’ve got so many ideas for it! If you’re looking for inspiration not just for this set, pop on over the to the Global Design Project page and see all the entries for the #GDP093 colour challenge. There is plenty there for you to see and be inspired by! I’m off to one of my team member’s catalogue launches now, can’t wait to be inspired there!

Happy Crafting,

 

Global Design Project #070

Can you believe it? 2 blog posts within 24 hours! It does help that I participated in some card challenges over the weekend and they all close within the next day or so meaning I’ve got to get them up and published on the blog!

Today’s card is for the Global Design Project #070 (#GDP070) and it is based on a sketch challenge. It is a super versatile sketch that anyone can use to create their project.

I needed to create some cards over the weekend and found the challenges a great place to start to get the mojo going. My card today is a very simple card using some of the new Falling in Love Designer Series Paper and the new hostess stamp set Iconic Occasions (that was featured in my Top 5 Occasions Catalogue products, read more about it here).

I repeatedly stamped the “Thinking of You” stamp across the Very Vanilla cardstock using Sahara Sand and Soft Sky ink to match my card base and the DSP. The little “you” thinking bubble is also from the Iconic Occasions stamp set and I find it the sweetest little addition to any project to let someone know you are thinking of them.

I hope you’ve enjoyed my project today. Don’t forget to pop on over to the Global Design Project and check out their challenges. They are a great place for you to find inspiration.

Happy Crafting,

 

 

 

Recreate this project at home using these Stampin’ Up! products: