Thursday, 29 October 2015

Cottage Greetings - Global Design Project #gdp008

Hello there. It's Week 8 of the Global Design Project, and it's CASE the Designer time. This week's Designer is Kylie Bertucci, and this is Kylie's card. To see the Design Teams creations based on Kylie's card click here. You won't be disappointed.
My creation is based on Kylie's choice of colours: Cherry Cobbler, Crushed Curry, Tip Top Taupe & Very Vanilla. I was also inspired by the layout, however I made my card square. And I have used the Flower Theme by using stamped flowers from the  'Cottage Greetings' stampset.
I used Stampin' Write Markers to colour the flower stamps and then fussy cut all those little flowers and leaves to make the flourish. I have added the Tip Top Taupe stripes from the 'Cherry on Top' Designer Series Paper.
 
And finished with the sweetest little banner.


Thankyou so much for stopping by and don't forget you can leave me a comment (if you would like). I love hearing from you. D x
 
Below are all the products used for my creation. Click on a thumbnail to be taken to my Online Store. While you are there you can check out the Weekly Deals and the Clearance Rack. Have fun shopping.



16 comments:

  1. Oh Denita - this is breathtaking! I adore your cards!! It has to be said - and in capital letters because yes I am yelling.... YOU FUSSY CUT THE FLOWERS??? You are a women with great patience that I need to tap into. lol. Love love love. Thank you so much for playing along with this week's Global Design Project challenge!

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  2. Oh, Kylie! Thankyou xox YELL AWAY!!! I can take it ;) I know. I know. It's a matter of when a creation comes to me at 3am and one must get up and create. And I can fussy cut in peace and quiet and thanks to you, this is my 'Kylie Card'. D x

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  3. Denita, I love the way you interpreted the challenge. Changing up the stamp set and adding the Designer Series Paper stripes works so well and is truly reminiscent of Kylie's card, but in a new and different way. Thank you so much for joining us at Global Design Project.

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  4. Denita - This is one of the most gorgeous cards I've ever seen. The way you snipped all of those flowers and then successfully arranged them in a beautiful arch- just mind blowing. So lovely! Thank you so much for playing along with this week's Global Design Project CASE the Designer Challenge. I'm glad you did.

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    1. Thankyou so much Brian. You have truly made my day with your beautiful and encouraging comment. D x

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  5. Hello Denita, this is just beautiful. I too am in awe that you fussy cut the flowers- but I totally get the middle of the night peace and quiet to create. It was so worth it. Thanks for inspiring me!

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    1. Thankyou Lillybet for your lovely comment. I love so much that I have inspired you - a warm fuzzy to you. D x

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  6. I have a confession to make. I thought I hated this stamp set but after seeing this I'm not so sure. Amazing card Denita. You've totally won me over. Thanks for joining us yet again at GDP! x

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    1. Thankyou Jess. I really love the font for the sentiments in Cottage Greetings. The teeny flowers need a die though 😉 D x

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  7. This is amazing Denita, once again!! You have have excelled yourself, once again!! Your fussing cutting is outstanding, once again!! Your eye for detail is out of this world, once again!! Absolutely stunning card and thanks for playing along with the Global Design Project. Louise xo

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    1. Thankyou beautiful girl. You are adorable & gorgeous and thankyou for your never ending support ♡♡♡

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  8. Denita- I am in love with this card! It is so very pretty! The striped background really sets off the flowers you stamped, colored, and cut! All you hard work really makes this card shine

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    1. Thankyou for taking the time to leave me a comment, Jennifer. I am so happy you are in love with my card and appreciate my work. D x

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  9. Denita! I'm just browsing your amazing blog. Love love all I see. to much work in this card and you have perfectly cut the flowers by hand. They're tiny! So much love in a piece of paper craft. :) Thanks

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    1. Hello Bibi. Thankyou, and our lovely, gorgeous friend Louise Sharp helped me set up my blog. I am so grateful for her help and input. Yes, my card was a work of love, and I loved creating this one. D x

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