Stampin'Up! Global Design Project GDP#077

Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Gemma Clarke -
 




Hello everyone.

Well I'm back this week with another challenge from the Global Deign Project. This week it is a colour challenge which are always great fun!

Here is my card,
#GDP077 Made by gemma crafts


For this card I have used the Josephs Coat technique to create the background. I then sponged one of the doilies with peekaboo peach ink to tie in the colours. I have used some of the glimmer paper in Bermuda Bay and the stamped cheers come from the Love Sparkles stamp set.

As I am designing and creating my cards I never really know what the final outcome will be so for me this card is a bit 'kitchen sink', as I kept adding to it and used everything! I really enjoy playing with different textures and colours and it's exciting to see what the finished card will be like.

I used quite a few different products to make my card and I usually put a list of them at the end of my post but today I will just list the main items used.

You can check out all the other entries for the GDP here 

Product List



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Thank you for stopping by today, 


 Happy crafting!
  Gemma xx

1 comment

  1. Wow ! Love your card that technique looks awesome Gemma !

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