Global Design Project - Colour Challenge

06 February 2017

This week over at the Global Design Project we have a bright and happy colour challenge. How can these colours not make you feel happy?  Someone else who always makes me feel happy is my best friend, Kabrina, who really is the best friend ever because he bought me tickets to see Adele (the singer) with her next month and I'm super excited! (Well - not just because of that, it's many, many, many things that make her amazing - but the Adele tickets sealed the deal! LOL) 

As you know, I love Project Life for quick and simple cards. I used the new Celebrate Everyday Project Life Card Collection from the 2017 Occasions Catalogue and it just so happens to have all the colours I needed for this challenge. I incorporated two stamps from the Suits Sentiments stamp set to achieve the 'best friend ever' sentiment - cute huh?! 

Now head over to the Global Design Project and see all the beautiful projects the Design Team made this week with this fun colour challenge.

If you live in Australia I would love to be your Demonstrator. You can press on the supply list below to be taken to my online shop and purchase any of the items I have used today:

Thanks for stopping by,


  1. Your card is so bright, cheery and absolutely adorable! I love how you used two sentiment stamps to get your 'BEST friend EVER' sentiment! LOVE IT!

  2. Aha! I wondered where you found that card front with just the right colors. Love it. I wanted to tell you congratulations on having been choosen for Artisan this year. Very well deserved! I love every single card you make!

  3. Super-duper cute! I love the created sentiment and the layers that hold a touch of dimension with each panel placed to add a border of transition from each really fun complimentary elemental design backdrop!

  4. I LOVE what you did with the sentiment! It's so clever how you mixed them together to form a sentiment that is somehow even better than either sentiment on it's own. The bright colors from the challenge and the happy patterns from the Project Life papers complement your sentiment perfectly! Thanks for the inspiration!