Global Design Project #GDP105




Welcome to my blog this week the Global Design Team have an unusual colour challenge of Peekaboo Peach, Tangerine Tango and Lemon Lime Twist.




I have used the beautiful host stamp Tranquil Tulips for this weeks challenge and the cute Mini Pizza Boxes available from our Holiday Catalogue. The Tranquil Tulips stamp set is a 2 step stamp set which gives a little more depth to your image. I stamped the first flower image in Peekaboo Peach the the second layer is Tangerine Tango. The leaves I have stamped both layers in Lemon Lime Twist.

Host stamps are available to any party host to choose from their rewards total with minimum party sales of A$250. A little reward from Stampin' Up! for gathering your friends together for some creative fun, giving them an opportunity to see the beautiful Stampin' Up! products and even the opportunity to become a Stampin' Up! demonstrator like I am. Best job ever!







I have created a set of 3"x 3" gift cards that fit perfectly in the Mini Pizza Boxes featured in the Holiday catalogue. These little food safe boxes would be perfect for holding a cookie or 3"x3' cards as I have done. Sized to fit 3"x3" Whisper White envelopes are also available. 






 To make the tulips pop I have stamped 3 images of each flower then fussy cut the images and layered them on Stampin' Dimensionals. Stampin' Dimensionals are double sided adhesive foam dots that add depth and dimension to your work.  









All products are pictured below and are available through my online store. Thank you so much for visiting me today and happy stamping!



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4 comments:

  1. I love these so much, Karen! Just gorgeous. D xox

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    1. Thank you Denita. Lovely of you to comment. xx

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  2. Karen you have just the cutest blog! These note cards are gorgeous! I love the dimension you've given those beautiful orange blooms.

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    1. Thank you Jennifer for your lovely comments. I have to give credit to the beautiful, clever Louise Sharp for my blog design. I explained to her what I wanted and she designed it.

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