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Quick & Easy New Year’s Card

Posted by on December 21, 2015

There’s a fun challenge over at Global Design Project this week. It’s a Case the Designer challenge and Bibi has a gorgeous card. I made an incredibly simplified version, but I think that you can still see aspects of the original card.

Happy New Year by yapha

Stamps: Six Sayings
Ink: Delightful Dijon
Paper: Whisper White (thick & regular), Bohemian Designer Series Paper
Other: 2″ Circle Punch

Bibi’s original card is gorgeous.  But this one is nice and flat for mailing, and easy enough to quickly make multiples of, which I needed.

GDP016 Case the designer

6 Responses to Quick & Easy New Year’s Card

  1. Paula Dobson

    A nice way to celebrate the new year Yapha, and quick to make. Thanks for playing with us at Global Design Project this year. I look forward to seeing more of your designs in 2016. Merry Christmas.

  2. Krista Frattin

    Incredibly simplified but incredibly cute!

  3. Louise Sharp

    Clean, simple yet extremely lovely! Thanks so much for playing along this week to the Global Design Project, wishing you a Merry Christmas and fabulous New Year. xo

  4. Brian King

    Super-fun, Yapha. I love that you turned this paper into a celebration without altering it at all. Fun card! Thank you so much for playing along with this week’s CASE the Designer Challenge for the Global Design Project – glad you did.

  5. Connie Collins

    Yapha, this is a great clean and simple version of Bibi’s card. Thanks for playing along with us at Global Design Project this week and Happy Holidays!

  6. Jess Williams

    Great card Yapha. It’s so easy to see the similarities between your card and Bibi’s original! Sometimes it’s great to have examples of cards that are quick to reproduce! Thanks so much for joining the Global Design Project this week!