Wednesday 11 February 2015

Wednesday Words

So time to play and make a card for Less is More who are celebrating their birthday this week.

Less is More is 4 Years old
And their theme is PINK and GREY

And I'm not loving how my card looks so red in my photos, must be something to do with all the gloomy grey days we've been having.

My card was inspired by Jennifer McGuire's post - here - which I read round my dad's and it left me buzzing and eager to get back to my craft space! She is always inspirational and the video clip has clever ways to make crafting simpler as well as creative ideas. Do check it out.

As well as the stamped lines I added a strip of washi tape I found in my stash which in real life is a lovely sugary pink. Sigh!

Stamps: Uniko Studio, Background Builders Squared, Background Builders Flower Power, Background Builders Round In Circles; Clearly Besotted, Happy Birthday
Inks: SU, pink pirouette, strawberry slush, regal rose, melon mambo, smoky slate, basic grey
Washi tape from my stash

Thanks for your visit today, much appreciated. And keep crafting!

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  1. I recognised the design from Jennifer's video Jane, this is just fab!
    Maybe I will have a go at it too!
    Thanks so much
    "Less is More"

  2. Saw your gorgeous card over at Less is More! I watched Jennifer's video too - she is such an inspiration! You did a fabulous job! Love it!

  3. Beautiful card. I share your frustration with colours and photography,

  4. Yep I saw that yummy video of Jennifer's too Jane.
    Love your take on it and using the washi tape is just as striking.
    Jennifer has much to answer for ... I went and ordered the inks!!!!
    Thanks for playing along with our 4th birthday challenge this week
    Less is More

  5. Great design - must go and look out my washi tape!

  6. Hi Jane
    Gorgeous design! Irritating when the light doesn't show the true colours isn't it!
    Thanks for joining our fourth birthday celebrations at LIM!
    Less is More


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