Saturday, 4 February 2017

Less is More is 6!!!

Good morning, crafters!

Over at Less is More today we've got a big celebration going on....it's our 6th Birthday!  Wow, and it's thanks to you, our wonderful participants that have kept this fabulous challenge going from strength to strength for all these years!  So thank you!

Please pop over to the main challenge blog, here, for lots of information and you might notice something a little different about us today too!

Throughout February we will be having four different sponsors and prizes will be up for grabs for some lucky participants.

Our first Feburary sponsor is Happy Little Stampers and the lovely Kylie is joining us this week as our Guest Designer so please do pop over and show your appreciation.

So on to this week's challenge which, as usual for week one of the month, is a Colour challenge...



And we would like to see you using three adjacent hues on the colour wheel.



I thought a thank you card would be appropriate today and Spring is my favourite season.  So, as the daffodil shoots are starting to emerge I thought I'd include one on my card today.



I used some Strathmore Bristol cardstock for my card base and panel here.  I first stamped the daffodil and then masked it before blending over it with some light blue Distress Ink.  I then removed the mask and watercoloured the daffodil with my Zig markers.  The sentiment was stamped alongside in black before popping the panel up on 3D foam.

Materials used:

  • Cardstock: Strathmore - Bristol Smooth
  • Stamps: Clearly Besotted - Just Darling and Merci Beaucoup
  • Ink: Versafine - Onyx Black; Distress Ink - Tumbled Glass
  • Coloured with Zig Clean Colour Real Brush Markers

Challenge entry:

Addicted to Stamps and More - Challenge #227 - Make Your Mark




So why not play along.  We'll be celebrating our birthday throughout the whole of February so please do pop back and join us as and when you can.  For more inspiration please do pop over to our new look challenge blog to see my talented teamies' wonderful creations.




12 comments:

  1. Fabulous ... Spring on a card! Great colours and I love the soft blended background.
    Elaine

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  2. Beautiful daffodil - CBS I'm guessing!!! Works perfectly with those colours and love your ziggy colouring and blended BG. Feels like spring has defo arrived looking at your card! Thanks for all your help with the blog! Hugs xx

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  3. I adore daffodils - always a sure sign that spring is here! Such lovely colouring and your softly blended background is awesome! xx

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  4. What a delicate design Anita, just lovely!
    Thanks so much for being such a supportive and creative member of the LIM team! You girls are awesome!
    Chrissie xx

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  5. Such a happy card. Beautiful colouring. Love the blended background.

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  6. Such beauty and delicacy you've captured here Anita! That blue is so dreamy - really like a spring day. Awesome way to use the colours. Have a fab week xx

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  7. Such a pretty card...love your soft background...really makes the flower pop!

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  8. This is lovely Anita! Such a pretty, fresh scene and a great way to use the three adjacent colours! It's a gorgeous stamp, and I also love the elegant and slightly formal feel of the scripty sentiment which goes perfectly. Have a fab week! x

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  9. This card is gorgeous, Anita! The soft blue background is flawless and the daffodil is so fresh and pretty. A great way to use the colours to evoke spring. I hope you have a great week x

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  10. Amazing design, Anita. Love that delicate flower and your coloring. Thank you for sharing your card with ATSM!

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  11. Such lovely fresh Spring card, beautiful inking.

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  12. Gorgeous card, I'm looking forward to Spring already!
    Sarita x

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