Saturday, 2 May 2015

Less is More - Guest Designer (week two!)

Hi guys

Well, I'm super excited to be back for my second week as Guest Designer at the fabulous Less is More!

Some of the Design Team are off on their jolly holibobs so they need a little helping hand to keep things running while they are a little thin on the ground.  So, without further ado, here is this week's brand new challenge.


Week 222 is Colour week and we would like you to use:

Opposites on the Colour Wheel


Here is a colour wheel to help you with your choices...




I decided to go with red and green and immediately thought of Christmas but decided to try another theme.  Sympathy cards are the ones you never want to make when you need to, so it's always handy to have a few in stock...







I masked off a horizontal panel and stamped the script background in pale green.  I first stamped the stems, and then the two-step flowers in two shades of red.  The sentiment was stamped in the same green ink as the stems and then, after removing the masks I scored double lines above and below the inked panel to add interest to this one layer card.  I know, one layer!  I do surprise myself sometimes! ;)

Materials used:
  • Stamps: Stampin' Up - En Francais and Too Kind, Woodware - Salutations
  • Ink: Versa Color - Safe, Olive, Old Rose and Scarlet

I'd love to see what colour combos you choose and how you use them, so I hope to see you in the Less is More gallery.


Elmo Update!

Thank you to those of you who have been asking after my little cat, Elmo, it's been lovely receiving all your kind comments.  He's doing ok at the moment, the vet was happy with how he was healing and his stitches came out of his tummy earlier in the week.  He's not his old self and that's understandable given all that's going wrong in his little body, so he can't jump up on things and run around like he used to but he's perky and eating well and isn't in any pain.  Fingers crossed it stays that way and he'll remain with me for some time to come :)



Thanks for stopping by as always x




16 comments:

  1. Another fab Lim card xx Jan

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  2. Sheer elegance Anita. Stunning stamp and placement.
    Your cards wow every time and I'm thrilled to have you helping out at less is more!
    Sarah x

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  3. Fabulous card Anita, it's so good to have you with us!
    Pleased to hear Elmo is comfortable too!
    Chrissie x

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  4. So beautiful, Anita! Love the pale text - it adds such an elegant touch to your CAS design. Glad to hear Elmo is doing well too. Have a great weekend!

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  5. So happy to see this lovely little beauty in my feed this morning, Neets... just so pretty with that script background! And for the update on Elmo - give him a good snuggle from his Auntie Michele?
    =] M

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  6. Gorgeous card Anita :-) the whole design of this is so pretty, these cards are always difficult to make but this is perfect :-)

    Glad Elmo is doing well, bless him xx

    luv
    Lols x x x

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  7. Your card is gorgeous, so beautifully done. Glad to hear that Elmo is doing ok, Jo x

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  8. Such a great card! Love the script in the background! And great to get more inspiration on LIM.. :) Hope you will have a colourfull and inky weekend!

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  9. Stunning - love the colours and layout.
    Lovely to hear Elmo is doing well xx

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  10. Beautiful card. Love the script in the background...

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  11. I love the gentle simplicity of this card. The colours work really well together :)

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  12. Lovely elegant card - great pale script in the background!

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  13. Such a beautiful Sympathy card, never an easy card to make, but you've got it just right. Karen x

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  14. Beautiful sympathy card Anita. Love the soft text in the background. xx

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  15. This is such a gorgeous sympathy card Anita, so sereen.
    Gr Veerle
    x

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  16. Beautiful sympathy card

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