Oh my! It has been so hot here! It’s just about impossible to get up the enthusiasm to do much really, except find cool places to sit in! But I have too much to do to be sitting round! The struggle is real folks! Haha!
In a cooler moment, I did manage to whip up a card for this week’s Global Design Project challenge! It’s a CASE the Designer challenge this week, and our muse is Steffi from Germany. I was lucky enough to serve on the Artisan Design Team with her last year and everything she creates is A.MA.ZING! It is complete honour to be CASE’ing her this week. The idea is to choose an element from her card in the challenge (it could be the stamp set, the colour combo, the layout…anything really) and make your own card with it. I chose to work with Stampin’ Up! Jar of Love stamp set because it is one of my favourites and I haven’t used it in a while.
Here is Steffi’s card for the challenge:
All Occasions Card Using Stampin’ Up! Jar of Love
My immediate thought was to pair Jar of Love with the Wood Textures DSP from Stampin’ Up! Together they create a soft rustic feel that would be perfect for weddings! But you could so easily use this card for a birthday or even sympathy. I’ve left it blank for now and will add a sentiment when the right occasion occurs.
WHAT DID I DO?
I’ve seen a few cards floating around recently with these angled panels and I really like them. It was so easy to achieve using my Paper Trimmer. I then added a Powder Pink border to it. The flowers are stamped in Powder Pink & Flirty Flamingo for a soft subtle look.
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I’ll be LIVE on the Stamping With Val Facebook Page tomorrow sharing details of how I made this card, along with my usual fun natter while we create – I hope you’ll join me.
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