Global Design Project - CASEing Tanja Kolar

17 July 2017

This week at the Global Design Project we are getting our inspiration from one of our talented Design Team Members, Tanja Kolar from Germany. I love Tanja's eye to detail when she creates and she always uses embellishments, twine or ribbon to bring her artwork life!

The definition of CASE: Copy And Share Everything or as the GDP call it Copy And Selectively Edit! Put simply, we get our inspiration from a particular project or creation. For this challenge we can use ANY element. You might be inspired by the colours, the stamp set or the card layout.

I took my inspiration from Tanja's card layout and also added the element of twine and bling with the gold glittered wings on the sweet little piggy from the This Little Piggy stamp set. (I seriously love the name of this set!) 

This little piggy went to market. And while this little piggy was at the market she had her eye-lashes done and her wings blinged with gold glitter - as one does at the market! ;)  I watercoloured her with Blushing Bride and a hit of Flirty Flamingo. 

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I made this card for my fabulous Aussie Stampin' Up! friend Carolyn Bennie who promoted to Gold over the weekend - hence the gold glittered wings! (Promoting to Gold in Stampin' Up! is a big deal and if you are a demonstrator I know you will understand the enormity of this milestone - Congratulations Carolyn!). The Bennie family stayed with us over the weekend and we had a wonderful couple of days with them enjoying the local sights. Carolyn and I were even given some girl time at the beautiful Berry Tea Shop (located 2 hours south of Sydney) while the boys took the kids to the famous Berry Donut Van - it was a real treat for all concerned!

Now head over to the Global Design Project and see what the amazing Design Team have in store for you this week.

If you live in Australia I would love to be your demonstrator! You can click on any of the items below and purchase them from my ONLINE SHOP: JULY HOSTESS CODE: RJGQDQN2.
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