Tuesday, 6 October 2015

Happy Birthday Wishes - #GDP005

After missing last week's Global Design Project challenge, I thought I would get to it and get back into the craftroom.

This is my entry.



I continued with using a combination of the Kinda Eclectic and Happy Birthday, Everyone stamp sets on the inside of the card.




I used Stampin' Up! punches to punch out the butterflies so I could raise the wings to give them just a little dimension.




This time Global Design Project gave us a colour challenge. If you haven't already checked out their blog, I suggest you do.





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11 comments:

  1. This stamp set works beautifully with the colour challenge.

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    1. Thanks Melodie. It turned out looking very pretty.

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  2. Awesome card Rose! I love this stamp set, so glad it carried over to this years catty xx

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    1. Totally agree. I use this stamp set more than I ever thought I would.

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  3. I agree with Melodie - fabulous stamp choice for this challenge Rosalie. The colours were made for it. I love the big, bold, birthday sentiment surrounded by the dimensional butterflies too. Thanks for playing at Global Design Project this week ♥

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    1. Thank you for the lovely comment Paula. There are some very lovely entries for the GDP challenge this week.

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  4. A beautiful, bright and happy card - perfect for a birthday! I love how you carried it over into the inside, a nice touch!
    Thank you so much for playing along with us this week over at the Global Design Project. Louise xo

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  5. Rosalie, everything about your card is pretty, pretty, pretty. I love it. Thanks for joining us this week over at Global Design Project.

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    1. Thank you for the lovely comment Connie.

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  6. I love the way you put all the elements together to create a beautiful nature scene. TFS

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