Wednesday, 9 March 2016

Flowering Fields Sketch challenge for #GDP026

Hi all

I'm back with a sketch challenge! These are always a joy to take part in and also great to see all the beautiful projects other people come up with too.

Global Design Project #026/ Sketch Challenge

I used the Hello You Thinlits dies for the sentiment which I layered up to create a more 3D effect.

The DSP layer is offset to show the Basic Black underneath.

Here's how to make it:

  1. Basic Black A4 cut in half length ways (at 10.5cm) and scored at 14.9cm
  2. Whipser White layer 14.9cm x 9.5cm
  3. 2 strips of Bohemian DSP 1.5cm x 14.9cm
  4. Adhere the 2 strips of DSP to Basic Black Card base
  5. Stamp Flowering Fields in Blackberry Bliss, colour flowers with Delightful Dijon marker and the leaves with Gold Wink of Stella
  6. Cut 4x Basic Black Hello sentiment and 1x Bohemian DSP using Big Shot
  7. Adhere layers using Tombo and glue onto stamped layer
  8. Attach the stamped layer with dimensionals.
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  1. What a lovely idea. Love the earth colors you used. Thank´s for playing with us.
    Hugs Tanja

  2. Lovely card Esther! I like how you have the background flowers and then the thinlits in front. Fantastic idea. Thank you so much for playing along with this week's Global Design Project challenge! Look forward to seeing you play along with us again.

    1. Thanks Kylie, it's always great fun to play along!

  3. A totally lovely card, I love that you coloured the flowers with a little Be Delightful Dijon and Gold Wink of Stella.

    Thank you for joining us at Global Design Project.

    1. Thank you Teneale! I can't seem to make anything without using Wink of Stella!

  4. Esther...this card is amazing. I had to stop and study the sentiment and it is a total WOW. Thanks for joining us this week at Global Design Project.

    1. Thank you Connie, I really appreciate your kind comments 😊

  5. Esther - these flowers are perfect behind the hello! What a creative and fun card!