Another Monday & another fun project/Global Design Project challenge to share with you.
This week we are doing another CASE (Copy & Selectively Edit) challenge and I am so excited because it’s one of my Stampin’ Up! idols – Emma Goddard.
I was lucky enough to be on the Stampin’ Up! Artisan Design Team with Emma back in 2018 (I think?) and what a blessing – she is amazing!
Be sure to go and check out this week’s challenge over on the blog & join in.
Here is a look at this week’s challenge with the gorgeous card that we are being inspired by created by Emma.
You can go check out Emma’s amazing blog here.
I was so inspired by Emma’s card and you an tell I really did CASE (Copy & Selectively Edit) it by using the same background and sentiment stamp!
I just love Emma’s work.
The beautiful Rays of Light background stamp is one of my favourites in a long time! It makes the most gorgeous backgrounds. I find that using it with our Stamparatus tool makes it really easy. Here I have stamped it multiple times (hence our stamp positioning tool – the Stamparatus) makes it so easy for repeated stamping. I added some Poppy Parade, Mango Melody and Daffodil Delight in layered stamping for this really bold background!
I really wanted the sentiment to stand out on this really bold background so I opted to stamp the ‘Hooray’ in Versamark and heat emboss in white on Basic Black cardstock to make it POP!
Here is a close up of the finished card where you can see some of the detail.
I have coloured the beautiful dragon in a mixture of Pool Party, Bermuda Bay and Night of Navy Stampin’ Blends. What a cool blue dragon! I just love that dragons come in so many colours – in fact I made two of this card – and my other dragon was purple!
I have added some fun and funky embellishments including the In Colour bakers twine, matte dots and some of the In Colour glimmer paper. I just love our new In Colours!
Here is a look at the inside of the card.
I added some more of the glimmer paper in Parakeet Party and another fun sentiment from the Big Hooray stamp set.
To get this gradient stamped image all I did was apply the reds/oranges with a Sponge Dauber directly to the stamp for a multi toned look. Fun!
I hope that you enjoyed seeing my take on Emma’s lovely card this week.
Be sure to pop over to the blog & be inspired – & join in the challenge!
You can see a link to all the supplies I have used in today’s project below, all of which are available in my store here.
Big crafty hugs! xx