Tuesday 31 March 2015

Tuesday Talk

Something a bit different at Less is More this week. their challenge is to combine any three previous LIM challenges into one creation. So a bit of ground work to do before getting stuck into creating.

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Well a little bit of delving and I chose:
#7 sketch
#23 something with legs
#40 red & orange

And since it was red and orange and knowing how much Chrissie enjoys seeing chicken cards I came up with this:

It's been ages since I've made a DL size card, but that was the best fit for my images. I mostly use 6"x 6" these days, how about you?

Don't you just love that 'shake your tail feathers' sentiment? This digi stamp set is on offer at the moment so go grab yourself a bargain - here.

I shall also be entering this card into Digi Stamp Boutique's monthly challenge - just sneaking into March!

Stamp: Digi Stamp Boutique, Cluck cluck set; Uniko Studio, Flower Power #4
Ink: Memento, tuxedo black
Colours: Promarkers, burnt orange, poppy, cool grey 1
Die: Lawn Fawn, large stitched square stackables

So pleased you visited today, thanks so much. And keep crafting!

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  1. Love your fun card Jane and what a great combination of challenges.
    That chick is super fun and cute.
    Less is More

  2. Great CAS design - very clever combination of challenges.

  3. This is so cute!! I love the sentiment!!

  4. This is so fun and adorable! ATCAS is having the "Cute" code word, you might wanna share this one there :) just saying!

  5. You're so right Jane... I love this card... what a fabulous chicken...shakin' its tail feathers indeed!
    Thanks so much
    "Less is More"

  6. LOL what a fun card Jane with fab sentiments!
    Thanks so much for combining challenges at LIM!
    Less is More


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