Saturday 2 April 2016

So Saturday

Warmer Springlike weather seems to have finally found its way to my neck of the woods and crafting time has been gobbled up by the call of my garden. But I did mange to grab a little time today to visit my craft room and came up with a card for Less is More and Color Throwdown challenges.

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  White space but not WHITE

Here's my card:

I decided to use the turquoise from Color Throwdown as my non-white white space for Less is More. I used some white embossing paste and a stencil to make the left hand strip of flowerheads.

While that was drying I stamped and handcut a butterfly using mustardy green paper. This was added to the card with a foam square. I finished off with a simple sentiment.

Stamps: Uniko, English Country Garden Butterflies & All Occasion Sentiments #6
Inks: Mmento, tuxedo black
Stencil: TCW, Mini Postcard
Embossing: Dreamweaver paste, white

Thanks for looking today, I really value your time.  And keep crafting!
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  1. What a creative way of incorporating all the colours, and I love how you've used embossing paste for added texture. Great card!

  2. What fabulously neat work Jane...I so often mess up Embossing paste... this is terrific!!
    Thanks so much
    "Less is more"

  3. Very prettily done!! Thanks for playing the Color Throwdown Challenge this week! Hope to see you again next time!

  4. Loving your fab card and it is indeed Beautiful !!

  5. What a beautiful use of the colors! Thanks so much for playing along with us at the Color Throwdown

  6. Brilliant card Jane. You really understand the use of non-white 'white space'. This is so elegant.
    Thanks for joining us at Less is More.
    Sharon xx

  7. Your beautiful blue card really caught my eye Jane, I love it ;) Viv xx

  8. Really striking card! Love the colour choice - beautiful.

    Liz - LIM Guest Designer xx


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