Happy New Year to you all and welcome back to a brand new year at Global Design Project
! I am so excited about the start of this year because we have the new Occasions and Sale-a-bration catalogues going live tomorrow, and I get to work with some of the most talented Stampin' Up! demos on the planet! It also meant I could use NEW product for this weeks colour combination
I have to admit to a wee struggle making these colours work together and I had no clear plan of what I wanted to do, which is actually fairly normal for me anyway, lol. One of my new favourite stamp sets in the Occasions catalogue is called Timeless Textures, which allows for a lot of layers and a grunge/vintage feel.
So that is exactly what I did with the Crumb Cake and Garden Green inks. Layers and layers and stamping off to get lighter tones helped me create depth to my grunge background. Then I took that great big, bold "Hello" from a new SAB set aptly called "Hello" and stamped it in Rose Red ink. It sure makes a statement! I finished with a gold metallic button and Linen thread to add just a touch of embellishment to a nearly single layer card.
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such a gorgeous card Paula. Love how you have used the Timeless Textures stamp set. Very clever way to use the colour too.ReplyDelete
Love how you did your grunge look for the bottom and side of the cardReplyDelete
So cute Paula!!ReplyDelete
What a wonderful use of this Timeless Textures stamp set! You've sold me on it, Paula. Love the pop of Rose Red in your "hello." Great project!ReplyDelete
wow! Your card is gorgeous! love you choice of stamps!ReplyDelete
Love the way you used this set! Putting most of the color and distressing off to one side and on the bottom really draws your eye into the card. Great idea!ReplyDelete
The style I like very much.ReplyDelete
What a lovely dreamy card!ReplyDelete
I have fallen head over heels in love with timeless textures too and I thought I was a clean and simple girl! Love you pretty card Paula, in fact I love everything you do!ReplyDelete
Wow! Absolutely stunning card Paula!ReplyDelete
I love this card and your use of the Timeless Textures Stamp Set to create the layersReplyDelete
I so very much like this card! Thank you for sharing. (And I've finally decided to buy the set 😁.)ReplyDelete
Paula, I love this card! It's simple yet elegant and I would love to case for an upcoming class.ReplyDelete
Go for it Wanda!Delete