Monday, 13 August 2012

Less is More - Fur or Feathers

This week's challenge over at Less Is More is 'one layer' and the theme is Fur or Feathers:
I used:

- 6" x 6" square white card stock

- stamps from a Woodware clear stamp set - BD232DE. Image coloured with Pro Markers and the sentiment stamped using SU's 'Marina Mist'

- a couple of embossed lines above and below the image, which don't show up well in the photo needless to say

Two posts already from me today - what's the World coming to?! 

Di
x

15 comments:

  1. That's a lovely one layer CAS card. Perfect for the LIM challenge xxx

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  2. Morning Di, This is brilliant just love that stamp, xx

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  3. I love your little bird Di with his heart-shaped chest! Vicky x

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  4. Such a beautiful clean and simple card, I love the little bird
    Lindsay xx

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  5. Very pretty. Love it.
    Hugs
    Caz x

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  6. Very restful to look. But that could be the rather large drinkie poos I just drunk. Hugs MrsA.

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  7. A beautiful CAS card Di.
    luv
    irene
    xxxx

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  8. This is lovely Di, very CAS.
    Linbyx

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  9. Lovely tweetie bird card there. I have just come from Gay's birdie too. Perhaps I should do a chookie one!! I have a few but nowhere near You-Know-Who's collection! Working on it....one stamp at a time! LOL xx

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  10. Fab CAS card. Love the little bird. x

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  11. Lovely CAS card Di! I really like the colours you have used too.
    Laura xx

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  12. Great card - you always seem to have just the right sentiment for your image too. Good luck with the challenge. Hugs, Elizabeth xx

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  13. Perfect for the challenge. x

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