Thursday 18 June 2020

Global Design Project - GDP245

I wasn't too sure about this Colour Combination when I first decided to give the #GDP245 challenge a go, but I have to say I actually really like it!  

I love the new 2020-2022 In Colors from Stampin' Up! and apart from the fact this combo is missing my absolute favourite (Misty Moonlight) im quite taken with it.  

Its nice to do something a little different and push the boundaries of my 'normal' colour choices.

If you would like to take part in the challenge, why not head over to Global Design Project web page and give it a go!


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