Global Design Project 085 | Colour Challenge

Welcome to Butterflys and Bows!

Sorry I have been missing in action this week……life has gotten the better of me and have not been well.

But here I am back again with another challenge from Global Design Project.

But before I get into that I want to say thanks to everyone for liking the card I did last week for Global Design Project.

Here it is again..

PicMonkey Collage

and it was one of the three winners….

So congratulations to the others and thanks Global Design Project.

So back to this week and this weeks challenge!


And we can only use 3 of these 2015-2017 In-Colours…..

I have been trying to get my head around this afternoon!

What 3 colours do I choose and what am I going to do!

Started off with one idea but the family said “NO!, try again”

OK, what now!

So here is what I can up with. Its a sneak peak of a NEW stamp set and some old favorites, which will be staying around.

So the 3 colours I choose are…Tip-Top Taupe, Watermelon Wonder and Delightful Dijon.


I love this Pocket Stamp set and the sentiments that go with it. It will be great with any age group and Boys or Girls.

The sentiments are so 70’s and Tip-Top Taupe reminds me so much of my favorite jeans from way back then….

Yep….the 70’s!

And the 70’s was about “flares- jeans or Bell Bottoms” and “Flower Power”….

Well for me anyway!

What did I do on this card……
  • The sentiment and edges have been embossed with cooper embossing powder.
  • Some of the pansy’s were stamped in full strength ink and others were stamped off
  • Extra “Dazzle” added with some rhinestones

So I hope you like my trip into the past and this card.



Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Owl – Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator.

2 thoughts on “Global Design Project 085 | Colour Challenge

  1. Congratulations on your win last week Michele, and I hope you are feeling better. I love your card, and yes I can just imagine a pair of flairs in the 70’s with bedazzled jewels all over the pockets! xxxx

    • Michele Jutrisa

      Thanks….feeling a bit better fighting a head cold, with the change of seasons

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