StampinByHannah Global Design Project 113 Colour Challenge
I have NO idea what has happened this morning, I wrote a blog post, I published it, and then it magically disappeared! I have no idea what happened, other than the fact that when I went to copy the link the post was gone! I know that you will already have had this post in your email inboxes….and I am sorry for it appearing again.
I LOVE this colour combination from the Global Design Project this week. It screamed Christmas at me and so a Christmas card is what I made!
I have a bit of a thing at the moment for colouring Designer Series Paper, and I have recently pulled out all of the Designer Series Paper from the Autumn / Winter catalogue and put it on my desk so it gets used before it retires! So the top piece of paper was this fabulous pattern from Merry Little Christmas, and I took my Sponge Brayer to it with some Pear Pizzazz to create a fun ombre effect.
The die cuts are from Pretty Pines, and are die cut in the colours from the challenge. They are adhered to the card front with Fine-Tip Glue. I actually made this card twice (ironic seeing as I have had to blog it twice too!) as I wasn’t happy with the first sentiment. This version has the sentiment from Snowflake Sentiments stamped in Cherry Cobbler and punched with the Everyday Label punch, while the first one was in Pool Party.
The card is finished with a few loops of Silver Metallic Thread and a scattering of Cherry Cobbler and Silver Metallic Enamel Shapes.
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