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Global Design Project #GDP008

Where have the last eight weeks gone? It's going to be Christmas before we know it! Here is my entry for the eighth Global Design Project. This week it's a CASE which by their definition means Copy and Selectively Edit - so you can be inspired by anything on the card and then make it your own. I chose the colours - Tip Top Taupe, Cherry Cobbler, Crushed Curry Delightful Dijon and Very Vanilla.
I love butterflies - I have six stamp sets with butterflies! They seem to have endless possibilities and look great in any colour!
 Yay it's a short week but so much to do - we're having a Stampin' Up! Day on Saturday with over 30 guests - as always it will be lots of fun and everyone will leave with a stash of completed projects, attendance gift and prizes for the lucky ones! Hopefully I'll remember to take photographs to post.
 
Take care and have an awesome week - Angela x
 
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10 comments:

  1. Awesome take on my card Angela! I loved that you used the delightfully Dijon instead of crushed curry and it totally works. Thank you so much for playing along with this week's Global Design Project challenge!

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  2. Great use of these colors, Angela. Love the added sparkle, too! Thank you so much for playing along with this week's CASE the Designer challenge for the Global Design Team. I'm glad you played along.

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    1. Hi Brian - love seeing your comments here - makes my day!

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  3. Your card is beautiful Angela! I love the big bold butterfly with the hints of glitzy gold all around. Great use of the colourway. Thanks for playing at Global Design Project this week.

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    1. Hi Paula - thanks! Are you going to Onstage in Auckland - hopefully I'll see you there - Angela

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  4. Oh woooow! Looove your card, that´s my style. Thank´s for playing with us.
    Hugs Tanja
    Greetings from Germany

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    1. Hi Tanja it's lovely having you visit from Germany and your kind comments.

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  5. So pretty! I love the way you used the colors in this week's Global Design Project challenge. Thanks for sharing.

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