Sunday, 10 September 2017

Snappy Anniversary! Pick a Pattern DSP #GDP103 Stampin' Up!

Snappy Anniversary!

Today I want to share a Fun Anniversary Card I made my Husband for our 30th Wedding Anniversary this week , Paul has always got his Camera with him, Snapping away all the time even when I am having a Bad Hair Day!!

As soon as I saw the Pick a Pattern DSP  I just new I was going to use it for Paul.  It's Fun and Funky and for all ages and also suitable for Male or Female, and of course it ties in with this weeks challenge over at Global Design Project #GDP103 HERE

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I let the paper do the talking on this one fussy cutting the Images, and layering them up onto die cuts made with the Stitched Framelits, The sentiment was made up of two retired sets I am afraid, they were stamped in versmark and Heat Embossed with White Embossing Powder.


The DSP dictated the Colourways that I used,  Emerald Envy, Crushed Curry and Basic Black, Luckily Paul's favourite Colour is Green!!




I added the fussy cut Camera's with dimensionals to make them pop they are so so cute!


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