Saturday, 18 June 2016

Cottage Greetings & Rose Garden Thinlits - Case The Designer #gdp040

 Hi, and welcome to my blog. I have been time poor this week, however have had bits and pieces of time to create for this weeks  Global Design Project #gdp040 'Case the Designer'. This weeks Designer is Shawn De Oliveira, and here is Shawn's gorgeous creation to be CASEd!
And this is my 'Copy And Selectively Edited' creation... It's kind of the same, but different.

I have used the same layout, and similar colours to Shawn.
 Shawn used In Colours 2014-2016; Hello Honey, Lost Lagoon & Mossy Meadow with Sahara Sand card base.
I have used colours from the Brights Collection; Bermuda Bay, Daffodil Delight & Old Olive with Crumb Cake for the card base. And finishing with the Happy Birthday sentiment from the 'Cottage Greetings' stampset and the divine 'Bermuda Bay Thick Baker's Twine'. Divine!

I watercoloured onto Shimmery White cardstock using Bermuda Bay ink (from the lid of my Stampin' Pad) and an Aqua Painter. The Shimmery White is a lovely base to watercolour, leave to fully dry before completing your project. 
I die cut the small flower and leaves from the 'Rose Garden Thinlits Dies'. I cut down one of the flowers to make the little bloom, and removed one petal from another flower to make a slightly smaller flower. I daubed around the edges of all the die cuts which gives them a little bit of dimension.

Thankyou for popping in for a visit, and I hope you have enjoyed my blog post? Have yourself a lovely weekend. D x

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2 comments:

  1. Love this creative take on Shawn's card Denita. You are so clever! Thanks so much for joining in with this week's Global Design Project!

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  2. So pretty, Denita. I love the way you have simplified the original card, but achieved such an artistic look. I truly appreciate you taking the time to create this beauty for the Global Design Project challenge.

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