Sunday, September 25, 2016

Global Stampers

Good Morning Everyone ~ This week is our Global Stampers shares and wait until you see the cards I will be sharing!

Well Jess slept again most of yesterday.  She did get up and had some scrambled eggs a couple of times.  She is doing okay so I am thinking she will be better today but will relapse when the scabs start to fall off.

Today begins our week of sharing projects from other stampers around the globe.  I love working with these ladies as they are so talented.  You will agree when you see their projects later this week.  Our challenge this week was to use Delightful Dijon, Mint Macaron, and Rich Razzleberry.  If we had any of the items in the Paisley suite - stamp set, paper, embossing folder, or ribbon - we could use that also.

For my card I began with the colors and then added some of the dsp and ribbon.  I used an oval framelit to cut the edge of the card stock and then used that edge to cut the dsp.  I stamped the small flower from the stamp set using Delightful Dijon ink for a tone on tone look.  After I added my dsp panel I added a bow using the ribbon from the suite.  To finish it off I added a sentiment.  Here is my card for our challenge this month.

inside of card and envelope

Stampin' Up supplies used to create my card

I can't wait to share the other cards the ladies created.  You will be amazed at the talent!  If you did not get any of this suite you are missing out!

Thanks for visiting me today.  I am planning a class using this stamp set.  I have some great cards that are different than the ones we created.  Have a Sensational Sunday and make sure you come back to see more of the Global Stampers creations!



Alicia Yap said...

I love the oval bottom of your card! So easy to do and so effective :)

valscrap said...

Great idea Robbie

Ann Lewis said...

This is a great card, especially the colours. The subtle stamping on the cardstock is very effective.

Fiona Whitten said...

Love you card. Like you, I love to decorate the inside of my cards and the envelopes too. I think it gives a lovely finish.