Saturday, 13 May 2017

Old meets New Blooms & Wishes, Global Design Project #GDP086 .... Stampin Up!

Global Design Project #GDP086 

Hello There, 
This weekend is a busy busy Bee one for me,  I have a stand with some of my team at the Detling Hochanda Craft Show and we re show casing the Blooms & Wishes Stamp Set.  But whilst I am there I  thought I would share a card I have made for the Global design Project Challenge this week,  A fabulous sketch design this week HERE using a set thats carrying over called Blooms & Wishes and paring it with some New In colours.



I used the fabulous Fresh Fig, Powder Pink and the luscious Lemon Lime twist!!


I stamped randomly in a slanted angle , stamped the sentiment and partial die cut it, click on photo for better view and then die cut the Stitched Square also at a slanted angle (145372) that you can order now even though not in the current catalogue but in the new Annual,  I wrapped the linen thread also at an angle, (there's a theme going on here my angles are going in the opposite direction to the sketch but still in keeping with the sketch itself). I then adhered the cut square using dimensionals whilst laying flat the rest of the mats.

You can see the lifted square below.


I finished off with sequins and the gorgeous new Glitter enamel dots.

There is some super inspiration from the team and other creative people joining in too, please do take a gander over there you won't be disappointed, I never am...

If you are from the U.K and wish to purchase any of the products I have used I would love you to purchase them through me, If you do decide to please be sure to use the Current Hostess Club Code for MAY below in order for me to send you a Thank You product gift from Me. Click the link below for my online shop.


1 comment:

  1. A gorgeous project, Kim. The focal point of the Stitched Shape square and elements used are very pretty. Thankyou for playing along with this weeks GDP Sketch Challenge.

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