#GDP019 Theme Challenge: LOVE

Hello Inkers!

Today I’m taking up the challenge over at Global Design Project, and you can too!
This card was already made for today’s post, and I wasn’t really looking for another
challenge, but it fit right in to their theme (love) this week…so I thought what the heck!

#GDP019 Theme Challenge = LOVE

This card is a mix of new, and the not so new. I get a lot more use out of my supplies
by mixing things up a bit, and I love getting a whole new look for a stamp or punch
by simply combining it with something new or different…don’t you?

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The new here is the Timeless Textures stamp set (one of my newest favorites!) from
the 2016 Occasions Catalog.  The not so new (from the AC), being the Hello Life
and You’ve Got stamp sets, as well as the Sweetheart Punch.

It took three different stamp sets and a single heart to make this mix & match card.
What’s your stamping style?  Do you try and stick to a single set to when you make
your cards or do you like to mix things up a bit… like I do?

Looking for more inspiration?
Get over to #GDP019 and see all the great ideas there!

Enjoy….Karen

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#GDP019 Theme Challenge: LOVE — 4 Comments

  1. Such beautiful layering on this card, Karen! You’ve created beautiful textures and colors on each panel. Thank you so much for playing along with this week’s Love Theme challenge at the Global Design Project.

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