Global Design Project #GDP004 | Case the Designer

The other day I had sat down to finish off my brother 21st birthday invitations which he had started a couple of weekends ago and being a typical 20 year old still hasn’t finished.  So when I soon ran out of birthday details instead of printing out more I also got distracted by my Flurry of Wishes stamp set that I had yet to try out.  I had also seen this challenge and thought I give it a go.

As much as I love cherry cobbler, I also like the idea of a neutral christmas.  So went and stamped the Flurry of Wishes, the stamp with the two snowflakes, in both Soft Suede and Crumb Cake.  Punched them out but only used the smaller snowflake.  After playing with the placement I decided on using snail on the Crumb Cake and dimensionals on the Soft Suede.  Added a bow, some rhinestones and banner with more rhinestones (of course!).

CHRISTMAS CARD 1

Happy Stamping,

Lauren

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8 Replies to “Global Design Project #GDP004 | Case the Designer”

  1. Lauren…I love this beautiful “distraction”. The colors and the layout are a great use of Louise’s inspiration card. I especially love that you stepped outside the box and created a wreath with snowflakes! Thanks for joining us this week over at Global Design Project.

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  2. Just gorgeous Lauren. Love how you’ve used the lovely neutrals colour palette and still created a wreath. Beaustiful work. Thanks so much for joining in on the fun with GDP this week.
    Jess

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  3. So beautiful! What a creative use of the snowflakes stamp set. This project is inspired. Thank you so much for playing along with this week’s Global Design Project “case the designer” challenge!

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