Saturday, 3 September 2016

Global Design Project - Theme Challenge #gdp051

This week the Global Design Project have a Theme Challenge being 'Food'. What a yummy theme, and so many possibilities for Food themed goodness from the Stampin' Up! Catalogues. 
From looking at the GDP banner I felt the pineapples & cupcakes could be quite popular - I have chosen the 'Fruit Stand' Designer Series Paper as my Food themed creations, and the coordinating 'Fruitstand A4 Cardstock' in the Summery colours of Pear Pizzazz, Peekaboo Peach & Watermelon Wonder. 
I made a whole bunch of Notecards using the 'Fruit Stand DSP' as the main mat. The stamped image and sentiment are from the 'Jar of Love' Photopolymer stampset. And they needed a little touch of 'Burlap Ribbon' too. The Notecards are matchy-matchy to...

Another food themed idea: I made up some 'Clear Tiny Treat Boxes', lined them with a strip of the 'Fruit Stand DSP' and filled them with coordinating lollies! 
Yep, there is a tiny treat box of Peaches & Cream, and a tiny treat box of 'Fruit Salad', and a tiny treat box of Strawberries & Cream - perfectly coordinated to match the Notecards.

The belly band wraps around the tiny treat box and I secured the 'Sweet Treats' label with 'Linen Thread'.

Thankyou for visiting, and seeing my creations. They were fun and easy to make; a little production line of cutting the cardstock, die cutting, stamping and gluing is all it takes. Hope you get a chance to make your very own. D x

*Notecards measure 14cm x 7cm - scored at 7cm or 5.5" x 2.75" - scored at 2.75". 
From 1 piece of A4 Cardstock you get 4 Notecards, and left over cardstock for the Scallop Circles and the belly bands for Treat Boxes.


Below are all the products used for my 'Notecards & Treat Boxes' creations. Click on a thumbnail to be taken to my Online Store and view the NEW Holiday Catalogue & the Annual CatalogueWhile you are there you can check out the Clearance Rack bargains too. 
Have fun shopping. 
*Australian Residents Only. 

5 comments:

  1. These are amazing Denita! Love what you have done. Thank you so much for playing along with this week's Global Design Project challenge! We appreciate your support of the GDP challenge blog. Xx

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    1. Thankyou Kylie! I love Mondays, thanks to the GDP! D xox

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  2. I love this idea, super cute and delicious too x

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    1. Thankyou Kim! I think the Clear Treat Boxes make great 'Loot bags' for kids parties. A little box of treats to take home. D x

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  3. :D those candies in those clear boxes!!!!
    I am way behind with checking out entries for the Global Design Project. Back to school with the kids had me all over the place. Thank-you for taking the challenge! - Krista Frattin from Canada

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