Tags and Trimmings for GDP109

Tags and Trimmings for GDP109 Christmas card from theartfulinker.com

Hi there!  Thanks for stopping by to check out what I’ve created for you today.  It’s been a while since I played a design challenge.  So since I started today’s process with nothing in mind, I pulled up one of my favorite challenge sites — Global Design Project.  My Tags and Trimmings for GDP109 card follows their color challenge.

Tags and Trimmings for GDP109

GDP109 Color Challenge

The GDP109 challenge was all about color this week.


Tags and Trimmings for GDP109 Christmas card from theartfulinker.com

I started my card with an Old Olive base.

Then, I added a layer of Basic Black followed by a layer of Old Olive.

Next, I used the Tree Rings background stamp and embossed in gold.

Tags and Trimmings for GDP109 Christmas card - detail - from theartfulinker.com

For the Basic Black scallop, I used the Seasonal Layers Thinlits.

Then, I cut a piece of Merry Music designer paper.

To make this black paper blacker, I embossed in clear.

While I was at it, I sprinkled in a little gold glitter.

At the top of the designer paper, I tucked in a narrow strip of Gold Foil paper.

And at the bottom is a piece of Gold Glimmer paper cut with the Starburst punch.

Next, I cut two Everyday Label tags from Vellum.

I embossed the top tag with a sentiment from Tags and Trimmings.

Finally, I added a Gold Foil snowflake and some of the negative pieces left from the die cut.


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