Thursday, June 16, 2016

Thoughtful Banners, Affectionately Yours Specialty Paper with Copper Metallic Thread #GPD040 Card

I am totally in love the the Affectionately Yours Specialty Paper in the NEW 2016-2017 catalogue and have already used it on a scrapbook page but had to make a card with it as well. I paired this card with this weeks Global Design Project #040 CASE the Designer challenge. 

I started the card by choosing the 2 patterns from the Affectionately Yours Specialty Paper. I used the Watermelon Wonder pattern on the background attached to Night of Navy Card base. Next I trimmed down piece of the copper foiled floral pattern and matted it onto Mint Marcon card stock and attached it to the Watermelon Wonder patterned piece. For the sentiment I stamped on of the banner stamps from Thoughtful Banners in Watermelon Wonder on Watermelon Wonder card stock and punched out with the Duet Banner Punch. Next I took the Celebrate word also from Thoughtful Banners and curved it on a clear block and stamped in Night Of Navy ink into the punched banner. To finish of the card I took a coil of Copper Metallic Thread and attached it using Glue Dots to the back of the banner. I attached the finished banner to the card using Stampin' Dimensional to the middle of the banner and Glue Dots to the ends to give it a nice bend.

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  1. Gorgeous bright and fun card Ellen. Love that you've let the DSP be the star on this card. It's so beautiful. Thanks so much for joining in with this week's Global Design Project!

  2. Love the Designer Series Paper here and how they play with the layout. Thanks so much for joining our CASE challenge at Global Design Project.