LOVE YOU LOTS STAMPIN' UP! FOR GLOBAL DESING PROJECT GDP038 - Sketch by Teneale

May 30, 2016

Hello, I made  easy and quick cards  for a sketch challenge on Global Design Project this week using  "Love you Lots" Hostess stamp set, "Thoughtful banners bundle" and "Timeless textures stamp set". 

 

These cards might be simple but  they put a smile in my family faces when they saw them.  The ladybirds hugging are just stinkin cute and froggy it is just adorable.



 Remember  we have a new weekly challenge every Monday for you to enjoy or participate HERE.

Ink colors used: Emerald envy,  Archival basic gray, brushing bride.
Ink colours used: Basic Gray, Real Red.
 

I used Archival Basic Gray to stamp all the images on Thick Whisper White Card Stock . You can sense the quality of the paper by touch! Love it.  So by feeling and touching the paper  I thought  the images won't  need colour but come one, we all love colours so to avoid going extremely minimalist and monochromatic  I added some drops of  ink using blender pens.

Then I couldn't resist and I applied a bit of  shimmer by using  Wink of Stella over the images.



Love You Lots Stamp Set £8
Hostess Reward / you can get it  for free for orders over £150



Supplies List:

  • Stamp sets: Love you Lots ( Hostess), Thoughtful banners  and Timeless textures. 
  • Paper:  Standard Whisper white card stock and Thick Whisper White card Stock.
  • Inks: Archival Basic Gray, Emerald Envy, Real Red, Wink of Stella.
  • Adhesives: Stamping Dimensionals, Tombow Multipurpose Glue.
  • Tools:  Stampin Trimmer,  Duet Banners Punch ( included in Thoughtful Banners bundle)

I  really hope you enjoyed my project,  If you would like to place an order for any of the products used in this post  or any other Stampin' Up! supplies, simply click HERE  to go direct to my online shop 24/7.  

Check out promo available to buy Starter Kit HERE and don’t forget to use the hostess code (if your order is £20+ and less than £150) to receive a free thank you gift from me. 










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2 comments

  1. I seriously love your way of thinking Bibi. The slanted dots look amazing behind your cute little frog panel! What a great way to dress up a plain panel.

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