Thursday, 31 March 2011

Finally made it back to less is more

Well, it isn't one of my best creations, but I finally managed to make a card for 'less is more', where they have a sketch theme this week. I seem to be having a bit of a seaside thing at the subconscious telling me I need a holiday maybe?! The stamps are all from crafty individuals and the inks are denim, pool and juniper Adirondack inks. Thanks for looking - pop back in the morning for details of the Sir Stampalot Birthday challenge!


Mandi said...

Great card Sally
Is that a real shell or a stamp, its looks very realistic
Thanks for coming back to us
Great to see you
"Less is More"

Jules said...

Hi Sal

A great card.

Isn't it funny how putting less on a card makes it feels so much more difficult. You would think it would be easier wouldn't you.

Loving the sentiment on this one.

Love Jules xx

Sally H said...

it is a stamp, Mandi, from the Crafty Elements range. There are 3 or four like this on the plate - very realistic

Zoechaos said...

looks great love the colour choice. XOXO Zoe

Lisa Jane said...

I am loving your seaside period lol
The card is great
Lisa x

Jenny said...

Love the fresh colours and theme. Makes a nice change to see different idea.
Jennie X

craftimamma said...

Jenny pipped me to it because as I was admiring your card I was thinking I love those colours. That seashell is really lifelike. Well done with this card Sally it's lovely.

Lesley Xx

Susan said...

Love your beach themed restful. I live within 30 minutes of the beach and rarely go there...maybe I should...

lisa said...

I think we are all getting to that time of year when we need a holiday, Sal. I love this, the colours are gorgeous and your little sea shell works so well.
Hugs Lisax

Aileen said...

I thought your shell looked real too. Lovely card. x

Lynne K said...

A gorgeous card to come back to LIM with! I love the colours, and I like the way you've inked all around the edge to tie it all together. xx

Chrissie said...

This is a really pretty card I love the seaside theme, thanks for coming back to us once more!
"Less is More"