Tuesday, 24 November 2015

White Christmas - Global Design Project #gdp012

'I'm dreaming of a White Christmas'...
This week, the 12th Global Design Project Challenge is 'CASE the Designer'. Check out the Design Teams creations - they are all so amazing.
Brian King is the Designer this week and he has created the cutest Christmas card to CASE!!!
http://www.global-design-project.com/2015/11/global-design-project-gdp012.html
Here is my card, and I hope I do Brian proud.
My card is a combination of the following:
Theme - Winter or Christmas
Layout - the layers with the diagonal slope
Colours - Cherry Cobbler, Pool Party & Whisper White
However, my stampset is called 'White Christmas'. 
That's why I was singing at the start of my blog post. I hope you joined in?
I don't know Brian personally, but I know he loves layers and fussy cutting. All those little branches have been cut out by hand.
Every. Single. One.
I then layered some Dazzling Details to the branches for a glittery, snowy effect. And the Cardinals sitting in the trees are a perfect addition with the snowman in his cute stripey scarf.
My card was inspired by friends who have recently moved to Chicago IL, from the West Coast (California). After seeing their photos of where they live, and their first snow fall and first snowman built this week - the inspiration came from them. It also reminds me of my first White Christmas spent in the French Alps. Oh, the memories.

Don't forget you can join in on the fun of the Global Design Project Challenge - you can see the Schedule here

Thankyou for stopping by and I hope you enjoyed my creation for this week? I love hearing from you too, so please leave me a comment. D x

Below are all the products used for my 'White Christmas' 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. 

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14 comments:

  1. WHAT! You have taken fussy cutting to the next level. The trees are CRAZY! My eyes popped out of my head as I saw the cutting detail. This card is AMAZING, I am not even sure AMAZING covers what this card is. I love your support of Global Design Project, you play so often and create stand out cards every single time. Thank you.

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    1. You are a sweetheart Teneale. Thankyou for leaving me with such a beautiful and uplifting comment. You have put a smile on my dial :) D x

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  2. Denita, this is super cute! Love this card. Thanks for sharing. x

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  3. Denita - What a lovely, lovely card! I love the little pops of red - so sweet - but cannot believe that you fussy cut all of these trees. You are just amazing - and this card is GORGEOUS! Thank you so much for playing along with my "CASE the Designer" challenge at Global Design Project this week - I'm so glad you did.

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    1. Thankyou so much Brian! And all inspired by your cute little penguin card. D x

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  4. I love to fussy cut, but even I haven't attempted to cut all those branches on those trees! Denita, you take dedication to a whole new level. Your card is superb! Thanks for playing at Global Design Project with us this week.

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    1. Thankyou Paula. There won't be many more trees to be fussy cut too soon. I love the shadow behind all that work. See you next week. D x

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  5. White christmas! I love this set! you did a beautiful job with it!

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  6. Oh my, Denita. Another stunner. We need to a new term for this kind of fussy cutting. (Nutty cutting? I don't know.) The time and effort is so worth the effect though. Such a beautiful card. Thanks so much for playing along with Global Design Project.

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  7. Denita you are just the most amazing Creative person that I have the privilege to call my dear friend, you inspire me every time you create something new. Your card for this weeks challenge is stunning and looks just Incredible in the real.

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  8. Just WOW! I don't even know what else to say. Everything is perfection! Thanks for your continued support of the Global Design Project! x

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  9. Oh my, did you really fussy cut those tree's, that patience! Thanks for WOWing us again this week Denita x

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