Monday, September 7, 2015

Stampin Up and a brand new challenge


One if the PAL's, that's my Stampin Up group, became involved in a brand new challenge site. He asked the rest of us if we would like to post this week.  This is my card.  It was a color challenge,
I'm not sure if it will always be or if they will do some other types but it should be fun to see.

The DSP (Designer Series Paper) here, is my very favorite in this years catalog.  It's called Timless Elegance and has stunning designs. This piece just fit perfect into my idea for this card.

The piece I've chosen I love because of it's small pattern, I've colored in the flowers in the So Saffron from the challenge colors which are: Go HERE  to see the challenge site, there are SU demo's from around the world posting there.


I hope I have inspired you a bit with my card, thanks so much for stopping by.


11 comments:

Connie Collins said...

Such a wonderful card. I love how you colored the flowers on the DSP! Thanks for playing along with us over at Global Design Project Challenge Blog!

Brian King said...

Lynn, I love it! The pop of yellow in these flowers is really very beautiful. Thanks for playing along with this week's Global Design Project color challenge!

Jennifer Spiller said...

Lynn- I am loving your card!

Shawn de Oliveira said...

Lynn, I'm so glad you joined us at Global Design Project. I love the treatment of the colors and the layout is beautiful. (p.s. We do have different types of challenges in store.)

Paula Dobson said...

Hi Lyn, I love this DSP too as you can colour it any colour you like, as you did! It makes it perfect to use on colour challenges, and you nailed this one. Thanks for playing with us at Global Design Project ♥

Kylie Bertucci said...

What a lovely card Lynn, you have used the colours in the challenge so well! I am so happy that you took the advice of your Pal and played along with us this week. I hope you join us again soon.

Louise Sharp said...

Your card is beautiful Lynn. I too love the layout and you have coordinated everything perfectly with your coloured DSP.
Thank you so much for playing along to our very first Global Design Project and hope we get to see you again! xo

Dianne Keough said...

Beautiful card. I especially like how you clipped the corners on the sentiment piece. Nice!

Anita Liedtke said...

Just saw your card on the GDP blog - and came to get a closer look. I love it, it is beautiful !

Lynn Hoyt said...

Thank you, all of you, for the lovely comments! You all my my day, day after day.

stampingpeace said...

Such a great card...I love this sentiment! I have a son with Downs Syndrome and it fits us perfectly! :)