Saturday, 25 February 2017

Global Design Project 075 Theme Challenge, Dragonfly Dreams Stampin' Up! #GDP075

Dragonfly Dreams, What a beautiful set,  I needed to make a card for my friends Birthday, and I had this on my table, along with some cardstock and DSP that I had been using to make my Mum a Card, I will show you that in the week,   I then went onto Global Design Project Blog, and saw that their theme was WINGED... 

Global Design Project 075 | Theme Challenge



Well from there then the card was created,  The stamps to this set I was lucky enough to get for free  (The perks of being a demo) when I went to Telford Onstage in November last year, So all I had to purchase was the Dies, ...

I used a technique I hadn't used in a good while called the Baby Wipe Technique with Perfect Plum and Pool Party Re inkers for the Dragonflies. 




The DSP is from the Tasty Treats Specialty Paper.


I finished it off with some sequins,  and splashes of Clear Wink of Stella,  I did this by flicking the brush tip on the lid. What a pretty Effect!



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4 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card. The baby wipe technique really looks great on these delicate beauties! Thanks for taking part in theis week's Global Design Project!

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  2. That is such a WOW card Kim!! Love the colours and dimension. Thanks for playing with us at Global Design Project this week.

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