Tuesday, 15 August 2017

Painted Harvest Stampin Up! UK # GDP100 Case the Designer!

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator Kim Fee

Hello There
Today's card is for the Global Design Project Blog Challenge and it's their 100th Challenge, HERE #GDP100 and GDP Challenges you to CASE (Copy And Selectively  Edit) the Design Team. 

 I knew instantly that I would love to CASE Michelle Last's design, I am in love with the Stamp Set Michelle used, and I just adore Michelle's Card too, So it was a given that I CASE'd it..

The Colour Palatte I used were Lemon Lime Twist, Basic Black and Basic Grey.
So I CASED the Layout and the Stamp Set.

I added touches with the Metallics Sequins Assortment and the Die Cut Friend from the Lovely Words  Thinlits.
It does look prettier in real life!!
Thankful for you using Painted Harvest
Right that's all for now, I am off to make my Class Cards now,  Well make a mess making them anyhow, Hee Hee!!

Oh I promised to share my Team appreciation gifts didn't I?  I will do that tommorrow!!

If you are from the U.K and wish to purchase any of the products I have used I would love you to purchase them through me, If you do decide to please be sure to use the Current Hostess Club Code (Please see photo below) in order for me to send you a Thank You product gift from Me.
Click on this link to go straight to my online shop.


1 comment:

  1. Great card, Kim! Such a fun CASE of Michelle's card - I love your personal touches. Thank you so much for helping us to celebrate the 100th challenge of the Global Design Project! I'm glad you played along.


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