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Sunday, 6 February 2011

Less is More

A new challenge blog to visit called Less is More set up by Mandi and Chrissie, where they are encouraging us to do things a bit more simply. I for one need to persue this, as I tend to want to keep adding more.
Thankyou for the tip about using lego blocks. So if you are curious about this tip. pop over ane take a look.
The theme for the first week is to keep to a colour palate of pink, white and black.
So my card base was easy, white. The stamping black,  using creative expressions wildflower stamp plate. Pink ribbon, sorry couldn't resist this addition, the pink square is spun sugar distress ink.
Thankyou for stopping by to take a look

14 comments:

  1. this is so elegant, love it popped over to see what they use lego bricks for quite ingenious
    hugs

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  2. This is such a pretty card. Gorgeous. xx

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  3. This is a really pretty card... well done for trying a C&S style!
    We really appreciate you taking part in our new challenge at "Less is More"! We hope to see you again next week!
    Chrissie

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  4. Gorgeous card Maggie, love that stamp. Thanks for visiting my blog and your lovely comment. Hugs xChrisB

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  5. This is great! I do like the sponged square and the flower image stamped over it! Lovely!

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  6. Less is more, isn't it interesting doing less, sometimes jumping out of our comfort zones is good. Love your interpretation. hugs Caz

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  7. great stamp and lovely card.

    Paula x x x

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  8. such a pretty card Yvonne, its so hard to do less but you have done it beautifully

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  9. Great image against the block of colour
    As you continue to do CAS cards , your eye will gradually train to see "Less is More" and you may will be able to stop adding more [your phrase lol]
    Your card is stunning and perfect for our challenge!Thanks for joining our first challenge on "Less is More" hope you will take part again next week

    mandi x

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  10. Ahhh, a card that perfectly emulates a deep breath on a Spring morning!

    I love the sentiment stamp, too: The font style is amazing!

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