Tuesday, 12 January 2016

Going Places with the Global Design Project #GDP018


This week I decided to join in on the fun and design something for the Global Design Project. This weeks sketch #GDP018 is designed by Teneale Williams, I love her work, make sure you check out her website!

Here is a copy of the sketch in this weeks challenge that I have based my design on.
I've used the new Going Places DSP from the Spring Summer Catalogue. I love this designer series paper, the colours and style reflect my personal taste and style. 


There was lots of die cutting and no stamping with this project. I used the star from the Mini Treat Bag Thinlits die to die cut into the circle. I then place a piece of silver foil card behind the star. I also added some of the Pool Party Glitter Ribbon behind it for a little bit of sparkle.


I've really enjoyed making this card using this sketch and I think I will be joining in on this challenge more often! Why don't you join in too? All you have to do is create a card based on this sketch, publish a blog post and link it back to the Global Design Project by 3pm on Monday 18th January. Don't forget to add a link on the Global Design Project website to make sure you have entered the competition!


8 comments:

  1. This is fantastic Kim - Love your interpretation of the sketch this week. Thank you so much for playing along with this week's Global Design Project challenge!

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    1. Hi Kylie! Thank you so much for your kind comments. I will look forward to taking part in future challenges!

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  2. The color combination (cyan, vanilla, black, etc.) and marble pattern are great!

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    1. Thanks Brent! I love these colours too!

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  3. Wow Kim, this is a knock out! Thanks for playing at Global Design Project with us this week.

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    1. Thanks Paula! I am glad you like it. It was fun taking part x

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  4. I totally agree with Paula, this card is a total knock out! Love you play on the sketch and the colours you have worked with.

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    1. Thanks so much Teneale. It's my first time joining in and I will definitely be back!

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