Saturday, 2 June 2018

Case the designer Global Design Project #140

Case The Designer Global Design Project #140


Hello there, 
Today's card is for the the Global Design Project challenge HERE , and the challenge this week  is to CASE the Designer, and the Designer to case is the lovely Brian King,  I love Brian's style,  Simplicity at it's best I think!

I decided to Case the layout, by starting with water colour wash on the bottom half of my card mat which was Shimmery White card stock with the beautiful new Blueberry Bushel Ink from the new In colour selection from Stampin Up! and then using the wiggly line stamp from the fabbie Lilypad Lake Stamp Set again in Blueberry Bushell several times over the watercolour wash.

I stamped the little boats in versa mark and embossed in Gold and coloured in Night of Navy.


I embossed in gold the sentiment from the Varied vases stamp Set, add a little Linen Thread to finish it all off with, and then layer onto Blueberry Bushel Card Stock.

I think I am quite taken with this card, am well pleased how it turned out and I hope I have done Brian justice with it.


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2 comments:

  1. Beautiful card, Kim! The blue stripes almost look like twine across the water. Love the simplicity of your design. Thanks for playing along with my CASE the Designer at GDP this week.

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