Friday, 3 March 2017

Global Stamping Friends- Bloghop 7; Design Sketch Challenge

 Well we are onto our 7th Bloghop. We meet on a Facebook page designed for Demos only and have been going strong since it started.  People drop in and out depending on their time commitments but we've always had a good group of us giving the challenges a go.

This is however our first Design Sketch Challenge! 

This was the sketch that was created by the wonderful Angelique and we could make it as plain or as complex as we wanted.

Here's what I made.

I went with a simple card, but I really love it. A quick and simple card to make. The spotty paper is from the Designer Series Paper Stacks. I think this is an overlooked item and it is really great value for money and you get 40 sheets for £20-so a bargain. It comes in the different colour families so if you're interested pop over to my shop to have a look - it also has 4 different designs!

I went with a simple flower from the Botanical Blooms Builder die set, I am in love with this set at the moment. Think with Spring they are a great standby.  Did you notice the flower centre?  That's one of the circles from the Owl punch! It has 3 different circle sizes so you can ususally find one to meet your flower needs!

The sentiment is from the Spring/Summer catalogue from a set called Love Sparkles - it has some great stamps and all very sparkly looking. It's on dimensionals to give it some lift, but that's hard to see in the photo.

I hope that you like this simple and quick make - I do!

Thanks for stopping by be sure to hop on over to see Cary's project using the below
 or back to Marieke's project.

Thanks for joining us on the Design Sketch Challenge Blog hop. If for any reason things have gone a bit haywire or you want to go to a specific project all the links are at below.

1. Sarah McDermott   YOU ARE HERE
2.Cary Buckham
3. Jenn Curtis Charles
4.Angélique Stempelkeuken
5. Christine Wrede
6. Claire Napper
7.. Lisa Hardie
8. Kimberley Anne Morris
9. .Marieke Bart

1 comment:

  1. I have some of those paper stacks and I have HOARDED them...but now I have a simple solution ;-) I love cards that use just a strip of DSP like this. Thanks for sharing!