Friday, 30 September 2016
Sunday, 25 September 2016
Hi everyone! I have just a quick post to share with you today, showcasing a variation of the "Iris Twist" technique. There was lots of folding and taping that went into the making of today's card. If you are interested in instructions on how this technique works feel free to send me an email. I'd be happy to share the details.
Our family has a lot of reasons to celebrate in the next couple of months, meaning I think we have about 7 birthdays coming up! I'm sure this card will come in handy. I just found out that my daughter wants to have a "Monster High" birthday party for her 6th birthday. I think the designer series paper (DSP) I've used on today's card would go well for that theme. Check out the other great prints from the Playful Palette DSP in the image below.
Today's card was inspired yet again by the Global Design Project Challenge this week. This week's challenge is another sketch challenge. This sketch was created by the lovely Teneale Williams, hence how fabulous it is! #GDP054.
My previous post was also based on one of Teneale's sketches, and I am excited to say that I was chosen as one of the GDP winners for that round! Thank you Teneale for all of your great inspiration!
Well that's it for today! Thank you again for stopping by, and if you are interested in making your own "Iris Twisted" card, check out my online Stampin' Up shop by clicking the shop button to the right hand side of this post. There are so many great designer papers to choose from!
Bye for now!
Wednesday, 7 September 2016
This week's theme (as you can in the link above) is to CASE (Copy And Share Everything) the designer. This means you can pull anything from Teneale's lovely card pictured above as a piece of inspiration for your project. This week I decided to CASE the layout, as well as the baby theme. I changed up quite a few elements of course. These challenges are always so great, as you get to see all of the very similar, yet very different alternatives that everyone comes up with. If you click on the picture link above you'll see what I mean.
Well thanks for stopping by! I don't have many other tips to share for this one, as this card is pretty quick and easy! I may have to think up a boy version now, as I'm expecting a brand new baby nephew in November! I seriously can't wait!