Wednesday, 8 March 2017

Global design Project # 077- Colour Challenge with Dragonfly dreams Stampin' Up!

Today's card I entering into the Global design Project # 077- Colour Challenge where you get a chance to be picked as a guest designer for a Colour Challenge now wouldn't that be fabulous!!

There's some fabulous inspiration over at the Challenge Blog HERE please do go take a look.

I wanted to use a technique I came across on an American demo's blog (My Pink Stamper,  this Lady is amazing, ) called Bubble Wrap Watercolour Background, its a fab fun and not so messy technique using Household tat, namely Bubble wrap...

I used watercolour Paper, Flicked splashes of Clear Wink of Stella you can barely see this in the photo's but it just finishes it off all lovely and sparkly, Basic Rhinestones Jewels, Sequins and Brights Enamel Dots add to the textures.

I stamped the sentiment in versamark and threw White Embossing Powder on top for my Free choice Colour,  Ooooo and I spaltted a few bits of Gold Wink of Stella too as I have now run out of the Clear one, Must remedy that!!

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  1. This is really lovely! I do love the dragonflies!

  2. What a fabulous effect Kim. Such a gorgeous card! Thanks for playing at Global Design Project with us this week and good luck with the guest designer pick.

  3. Such a pretty card you have nailed the colours to perfection! Thanks for playing along with Global Design Project x


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