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Emerald Envy for a Number of Years

Green is not a normal "go to" colour for me, I decided to use the new "2016-2018 In Colors" for this weeks Global Design Sketch, and I am so glad I did! 


I am just loving Emerald Envy, so much so that I changed up my original plan of a thin strip of Emerald Envy with Whisper White to making Emerald Envy the hero of this card! Here is the sketch for this weeks challenge


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This sketch makes for a lovely card, and it is quick and easy too - just love it!  I've cracked open my new Thoughtful Banners Baundle for the sentiment - this set is amazing 53 stamps that coordinate with the Duet Banner Punch


I've used 4 of the 5 new In Colors to stamp the flowers from  Number of Years - they are so bright and happy and coordination is a dream!



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Comments

  1. Love your card and also these new colors, so glad to see a nice green in the mix again.

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  2. I love Emerald Envy any green is a good green :) Love the stamping too, simple and so very effective! Must get mine done you have inspired me...hopefully to get to done before link up closes lol

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  3. Stop trying to make me like emerald envy, it's almost working! Lovely card xx

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    1. lol Michelle - I know what you mean, but it combines so beautifully with the new colours for 2016-2018

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  4. I think this card is simply stunning!

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  5. Very pretty - the green works great! I also like how you have raised the green panels!

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    1. Thanks Julie, raising the panels is a great effect, and so easy to do too

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  6. I love this card, Sue! These new colors are great and work perfectly together. I love the Emerald Envy front to pull it all together. Thank you so much for playing along with this week's Global Design Project sketch challenge!

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    1. thank you Brian - I was pleasantly surprised at how well Emerald Envy pulled the whole card together, such a different effect to the Whisper White I had planned.

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  7. I was t sold in emerald envy but I love how you've used it here & made it the main colour, too! I'm sold! Thanks for sharing & showing me how pretty it is! Xx

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  8. Love the flowers in new in colors. I love Emerald Envy most.

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  9. Love the card Sue. That green looks great.

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  10. Beautiful card Sue. The Emerald Envy green is just stunning! :)

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  11. Gorgeous card Sue. Well done on combining the challenges. Make sure you pin your project to the official Global Design Project Pinterest Board. Thank you so much for playing along with this week's Global Design Project challenge xx

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