Friday, 4 March 2016

Bright and Delightful Best Thoughts

Welcome back for another crafty project! This week I have combined my efforts to create a project both for the Global Design Project challenge and our Crazy Crafters are highlighted weekly over at our wonderful Mentor's blog - thank you so much Kylie Bertucci you are the best!
 
Here is my very bright & striking card. I really like how this card came together, the colour combination is awesome (thanks to GDP) and I like how all the layers are rusticky looking. I hightlighted the petals with a yellow marker and added some bling too!
I'm loving 'Timeless Textures" stamp set from the Occasions Catalogue - if you haven't got it yet, you'll kick yourself if you miss out - such a great set for backgrounds. Get it quick.. only available until March 31st!
I was inspired by the designers sketch over at the Global Design Project with challenge #GDP025
Would you believe me if I told you that I made this card on the train yesterday while I was on my way to work? Well here is the photo proof! I couldn't exactely take my paper trimmer on the train with me so that's why the edges are ripped.
Be inspired with this colour combination, feel free to share and pin it!
Thanks for stopping by and thank you for all your awesome and friendly comments!

14 comments:

  1. This card is gorgeous Carolina! I especially love what you've done with the Timeless Textures stamps xx

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  2. Wow. What a gorgeous card! I love that you made it on the train too =)

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  3. Now that's dedication - on the train?! What a great card!

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  4. Great background! Really beautiful card.

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  5. Beautiful card Carolina - Love the timeless textures instant wow! :)

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  6. WHAT! Train stamping, why did I never think of that. Great card.

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    1. So I copied you today, I took supplies on the train with me on my way to work. The lady next to me asked what I was doing and they took my SU business card :) No the way from tonight I was fussy cutting and a train guard asked me to put my scissors away. I might take your ripping idea :) Had to let you know.

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    2. Oh what a great success story - at least for the trip in!! See you at ONStage!

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  7. Amazing Carolina! I love that you did it on the train - the ripped edges really have added it it. Awesome.

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  8. It's very beautiful and I can't believe you achieved that on a train!

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  9. It's very beautiful and I can't believe you achieved that on a train!

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  10. This is a gorgeaous card Caroline. Hey I would of done that too (train...) You can really stamp anywhere and I know Shelli like us to do that.

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