Friday, 12 February 2016

No Bones About It - Global Design Project Sketch Challenge #gdp022

Hello again. This is my third blog post this week! There has been lots of creating happening around here.
The Global Design Project have a Sketch Challenge #gdp022 for us this week and already the GDP Design Team have created some beautiful projects. So, without hesitation here is this weeks Sketch:
http://www.global-design-project.com/2016/02/global-design-project-022-sketch.html
I am making 3 Birthday cards for 7 year old boys this week, and my youngest has chosen 'No Bones About It' for his 3 little mates. The Sketch is a perfect layout for what I had in mind...
The Stegosaurus card is set out just like the sketch. I managed to snip part of his tail, then used a Circles Collection Framelit to die cut around him. The Cucumber Crush circle is punched using the 2 1/2" Circle Punch.
The Triceratops is sitting on the opposite side of the sketch. Again, snipping his tail and using a Framelit to cut him out. 
And last but not least, the Tyrannosaurus Rex is happy sitting Landscape.

Have you seen the 'Shine On Specialty Designer Series Paper'? It is so much better in real life and it's beautiful to work with. Gorgeous Kraft paper and coordinating colours: Bermuda Bay, Cucumber Crush, Watermelon Wonder & Silver.
As usual, I took a deep breath in before cutting this beautiful paper. And all I needed was a tiny piece to make some impact.

Thankyou for visiting my blog and I hope you have enjoyed my 'No Bones About It' creations? They were fun to make and easy to get cracking and make a few at once. 
'Have a dino-rrific day!' D x


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10 comments:

  1. How cool are these Dino cards!! The sketch works perfectly for them. I bet your son was chuffed to bits with them. Always a pleasure having you play with us at Global Design Project.

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    1. Thankyou Paula. Finnlay chose each dino for each friend - and I had to make one for Finnlay! I love creating along with you all at the GDP ♡

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  2. These are so perfect for seven year old boys! Actually, I think they are just plain perfect! I love the backgrounds you've created for them to sit on and the colours work wonderfully.

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    1. Thankyou for your beautiful comment Jan. D x

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  3. Such a fun way to use this layout. I love this collection of dino cards and the how you show the versatility of the layout. Thanks for sharing with Global Design Project.

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    1. And ee didn't have the same ideas this week! Well, maybe the 'Shine On DSP'. D x

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  5. Such fun cards, Denita! Your work is always spectacular. Thank you so much for playing along with this week's Global Design Project Sketch Challenge!

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    1. Thankyou Brian. You always put a smile on my dial. D x

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