Friday, 16 December 2016

Global Design Project - 'Sketch Challenge' #gdp066

Hi there, and welome to my blog.
If you visit me regularly, you may know that I love challenging myself by entering Challenges every week with the Global Design Project.
This week I was really stuck on a creation for this weeks 'Sketch Challenge' #gdp066 - I was overthinking it. Do you do the same?

I had an idea. Tried it, and meh. Another idea came to mind, and again, meh! So, with the third idea I am pretty happy with how my creation has turned out.

A tropical Christmas floral wreath using the 'Botanical Builder Framelits Dies'. 
I used the gorgeous 'Fancy Frost Specialty Designer Series Paper' & coordinating 'Glitter Ribbon Combo Pack' in Sweet Sugarplum for the bow.

'Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper' makes for a lovely wreath to build on. And a sentiment of PEACE from the 'Holly Jolly Greetings' stampset.

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6 comments:

  1. My heart just melted! A gorgeous card Denita. A beautiful take on this weeks sketch. Thanks so much for playing along again this week to the Global Design Project. xo

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  2. I love this. As we're making winter-themed cards in the states, I was just wondering what it's like to celebrate Christmas in the summer. I think this card encapsulates that feeling. Simply beautiful.

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    1. Thankyou, Shawn! I can only explain it like this - it's like you guys having your Christmas in July. D xox

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  3. What a great idea for a wreath Denita! I love the simple colours too. Thanks for playing at Global Design Project with us.

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    1. Thankyou, Paula! Not Christmas colours at all! Perfect for our Summer. D xox

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