Wednesday 7 March 2018

Wednesday Words

Well I'm feeling very BOLD today as that's the challenge at Time Out at the moment. And also a little monochromatic as that the challenge at Less is More.

Here's my bold and monochromatic card:

I plumped for red because that always seems a very strident and take notice of me colour and stamped the beautiful Bed of Roses from Winnie & Walter. I die cut the word happy several times and glued them together for extra dimension and then finished off with a red stamped birthday.

And I'm kinda loving the clean, but 'look at me' feel of this red and white card.

Stamps: Winnie & Walter, Mini Scenery Bed of Roses
Inks: SU, cherry cobbler
Die: Winnie & Walter, In a Word Happy Cutaway 
Polka dot card from my stash.

Huge thanks for taking a peep at my blog today, I really appreciate it.

And keep crafting!

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  1. Stunning card, love the red dotty 'happy'
    Hugs Kaz xx

  2. Absolutely monochromatic-tastic Jane. That rose bed stamp is so elegant and looks perfect just in outlines. Stunning and thanks for playing at Less is More x

  3. Love your card Jane ! A clever mix of delicacy with these pretty roses and of cheerfulness with this red dotted die cut. Beautiful combo of challenges and as usual in a perfect CAS style. Thanks so much for sharing and for playing along at Less is More. xx

  4. Those elegant line-art roses are fabulous, Jane ... beautifully complemented by that brilliant, bold polka dot sentiment! CAS-ilicious! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Time Out! Anita :)

  5. This is awesome Jane, the flowers look cool, and the sentiment is fab with the dots.

  6. I think the red linear stamped image looks great paired with that fun polka dot happy. Great choice for our monochrome challenge.
    Thanks so much for sharing with us at Less is More, Anita x


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