Friday, 25 May 2018

Global Design Project with Springtime Impressions Stampin Up!

Global Design Project with Springtime Impressions Stampin Up!


Hello there, 
I wanted to share a super super simple card with you all today, One that I have made for a lovely customer of mine, she mentioned that she loved to do white on white cards, and when I saw the Springtime Impressions Thinlits I just had to make her a Thank you card using it.

I shall be entering this into this weeks Global Design Project Challenge #139  HERE, (did I mention I was a winner recently on the challenge blog with THIS card). The theme this week is Just a note!

The wow factor and focal point on this simple card is the beautiful die itself, the sentiment says it all for me, and inside says Thank you! With sentiments are form the co ordinating Stamp Set  Abstract Impressions  both this set and the dies are coming on the 1st of June, and can be purchased as a bundle as well as separately in my online shop in the link below, 



I kept embellishments to a minimum on this card, as the large die cut really is enough, just add a splash of rhinestones for some bling, the banner which the sentiment is stamped on comes from another fab new set called Lakeside Framelits.

Well thats all for now, do pop by again tomorrow as it's blog hop time and there is plenty inspiration to see........

Thank you for stopping by...

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1 comment:

  1. Gorgeous, Kim! The white-on-white layering is perfect! Such a great showcase of this new die! Thanks for playing along with this week's GDP challenge.

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