Tuesday, 14 March 2017

All things Thanks for #GDP78

Good Evening!
Well yes I am very late today because I have been BUSY today!  The Global Design Project brought out an Awesome sketch on Monday that I decided to use for todays post. Click here to see the other amazing entry’s in #GDP078

So I have been wanting to do thank you cards for some friends of ours as a pregnancy gift for them. Being very outdoorsy people I knew they would love a theme similar to the camo mallard duck card I made recently (here)
I made 20 cards so I won’t go over all of them (and I grouped the photos) but I used the same method that I used on the Mallard duck card.  I used Tangerine Tango, Crushed Curry, Old olive, Tip Top Taupe, Always Artichoke.

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  1. WOW!!!!! what an amazing amount of work you've accomplished! great job!

  2. Great cards and a perfect pregnancy gift too! I love each colour scheme. P.S Your HERE isn't linked up xx

    1. Thanks Kim! (And thank you for the heads up on the link, all fixed now)xx

  3. Great selection of cards Sandra x What is the technique you've used to create distressed looking 'dsp'?

    1. Thanks Anna! I don't know if there is a name for this technique, but I would probably call it scrunch and smoosh! You just take some water colour paper dampen it slightly then scrunch it up the open it up, then you apply some ink to a clear block give it a quick spritz and smoosh the cardstock into it. Hope that makes sense. XX

  4. Cute set of cards Sandra :) Thank you for playing along at Global Design Project x


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