Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Birds & Blooms Thinlets #gdp093

I love visiting Ikea and as I made this card I thought of all the great fabrics they have in store. The Lemon Lime Twist colour is sooooo cool, yes it's really really bright but it lends itself to so many colour combinations and mused with grey and pink just looks great. 
 
I die cut these birdies from the Birds & Blooms Thinlets set in Berry Burst, Pool Party & Basic Grey and arranged them over the LLT panel. The sentiment us from the matching Best Birds stamp set and I've framed it in 2 tones for extra interest. A simple yet striking card.
 
I was also inspired by the designers at the Global Design Project with challenge #GDP093
 
Go on, try making this card!
  • Cardbase in Whisper White cardstock
  • A4 cut in half @ 14.9cm [5-7/8"]
  • Scored @ 10.5cm [4-1/8"]
  • Front:
  • Basic Grey Frame 9.5 x 14cm  [3-3/4" x 5-1/2"]
  • Lemon Lime Twist Panel 9.2 x 13.7cm [3-5/8" x 5-3/8]
  • Cut loads of birds with the Best Birds Dies in different colours
  • Arrange and adhere to your card base
If you like the colour combination, please share it on your favourite Pinterest board! .
 
Thanks so much for stopping by. I hope you enjoyed seeing my project please take a few moments to leave me a comment I'd love to hear what you think.

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2 comments:

  1. Wow ... striking and beautiful card Carolina! A perfect ratio of each colour and the Lemon Lime Twist background totally makes this card! xx

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  2. I love this, Carolina! The bold bright colors are perfect for big bold shapes! This would be such a great card for a class, because anyone could do it and get great results! Thanks for the inspiration!

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