Friday, 29 July 2016

Swirly Bird in Green, Green, Green #gdp046
Welcome back for another project! Our Crazy Crafters are being highlighted over at our wonderful Mentor's blog - Kylie Bertucci you are the best! I'd love for you to vote for my project - <click here> to submit your vote! (Voting begins 6pm tonight). I was inspired by the designers sketch over at the Global Design Project with challenge #GDP046
Here's my creation. It's crazy stamping all over and I loved creating it! Green is my favourite colour so it was easy to choose lots of greens for this card.
 The top corner is decorated with some of my favourites - sequin trim, glimmer paper, vellum and of course the new in colour ribbons! All secured down with a staple - covered subtly with gold glitz.
 Don't forget the inside!
 Try making this card!
  • Aussie C6 card base in Emerald Envy cardstock (half A4)
  • (Front) Whisper White Frame 3-1/4" x 5"
  • (Front) Whisper White Panel 3" x 4-3/4"
  • (Inside) Mint Macaron Frame 3-3/4" x 5-1/2"
  • (Inside) Whisper White Panel 3-1/2" x 5-1/4"
Be inspired with this colour combination, feel free to share and pin it!
Stampin' Up! Supplies - click to view online

Thanks so much for stopping by. I hope you enjoyed seeing my project please leave me a comment I'd love to hear what you think!


  1. Carolina, this card really has a huge WOW factor. I love your choice of color. I have yet to conquer the Swirly Bird set, but you make it look easy. Thanks for playing along this week at Global Design Project.

  2. Simply stunning (as always) Carolina! Go the green and gold (oi! oi! oi!). xo

  3. Hi Carolina, I really like this card. The colours all work well together and that swirly bird set is awesome! Love playing with it too!your card is just gorgeous. Well done and thanks for sharing!

  4. Wow! - so Amazing as always Carolina. Love the design and colours with the gold the flecks is mesmerising. :)

  5. Ohhhhh love the color combination. Making a pattern with Swirly Bird is really fun, isn't it. I really like how you put the stamped panel at an angle. Great design. I 'd love to case this card.