Saturday, 7 April 2012

Less is More - 3 Shades of Green

Here is my card for this week's Less is More, where the theme is three shades of green. I used Adirondack inks in Citrus, Lettuce and Meadow, with the freebie from last months Craft stamper (the Hares designed by Indigo Blu) and some Inkylicious Grass stamps. I added a few blobs of diamond stickles to the scene. My ability to do anything straight today seems a little impaired, as you can see by the photo, and my first stamping of the sentiment was not straight, so I stamped it again, cut it out and placed it over the wonky one - good job it isn't a one layer week, Chrissie and Mandi! The Stamp is from Hobby Art and I edged the sentiment panel with a bit more stickles. I'm also entering this into the Samuel Taylors Challenge where the theme is green. This months fabulous prize is a pot of Indigo Blu "Yorkshire Dales" mega flakes, a tub of Flitter Glu and a sponge which allows you to apply your flakes effectively.
I am going to share a couple more photos from Scotland, just to show how green the fields looked in the sunshine.
Thanks for looking!

33 comments:

  1. Stunning card - love the layering without layers. And Emerson said some cracking things in his time!

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  2. Hi Sally - beautiful shades of green, and superb inking on the hills. Love the foreground detail of Hares playing in the grass - simply fabulous!
    Sylvia x

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  3. Beautiful scene, love the greens and the hares playing.

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  4. It's lovely, Sally and a beautiful sentiment! Love those greens - I use them all the time - good old Adirondacks. Just wish they were light fast cos I love them and always have done! More lovely photos, too. I so want to go back to Scotland!!! Happy Easter Sunday to you - hope it's special x

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  5. This is terrific Sally, what a lovely scene you have created!
    You have captured the perspective beautifully.
    Thank you so much and Happy Easter.
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  6. oh wow Sally your card looks beautiful. Those greens are so lush
    Have a wonderful Easter
    Lisa x

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  7. Love your scenic card beautiful shades of spring x Susan x

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  8. Great card.I love the little scene you have created.

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  9. Hi Sally, I love your card, I am from Scotland and althought an in wheelchair with M.S. am an Artist, paint, do photography and do cards etc etc, I have not yet managed this chall, I love green so hope to do this one, (health permitting as I have been very ill) I use `Stampin Up` materials.
    Like you I love nature. I have 2 blogs. for cards etc. http://rainbowsenddesigns.blogspot.com and for Art etc http://rainbowsend7.blogspot.com
    Great challenge card and great photos.
    Love Carole. :)XXX

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  10. Love the scene you've created Sally, perfect for the LIM challenge.
    Lynn x

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  11. So glad you got inky Sally, this is stunning and the hares a perfect addition.

    Great piccies as well, the colours on the second might send me to grab my brayer.

    Hope you are having an enjoyable Easter, ours is quiet today so making the most of some crafting time.

    B x

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  12. Superb inking Sally
    Terrific card
    Super pics too
    Thank you very much
    mandi
    "Less is More"

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  13. your card is gorgeous! I love it!

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  14. I have this image and was wondering whether to give it away but, seeing the splendid job you have made with it ....... I might just keep it!!

    Happy Easter

    Kathyk

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  15. Oh wow this is so beautiful, absolutely LOVE it! The light green at the edge of the hard silhouettes is perfect
    Anne
    x

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  16. Absolutely perfect Sally and more gorgeous photos.
    xx

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  17. I love how you've used that stamp. I still haven't used it yet. Gorgeous card - and gorgeous photos too. Have a good week Sally. x

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  18. Lovely green card and lovely green scenes of Scotland.
    Heather T

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  19. Hola Sally,i'm glad to see you on my blog:D. What lovely scene, fantastic inking background, i love these rabbits, perfect touch, well done Sally.
    An spring hug from Palma de Mallorca.

    PS.Sorry about my horrific english, but i'm learning alone:D

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  20. Absolutely amazing inking! WHat a great scene!

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  21. Hi Sal

    What a beautiful little scene you have set there.

    Loving all those shades of green and the little hares!!

    Pleased you had a good time with Lynne and hope your Easter has been good.

    Love Jules xx

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  22. Beautiful shades of green Sally, and the scene you created is so lovely.

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  23. wooow... you've realy created gorgeous scene! Lovely!

    Blessings,
    Aleksandra

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  24. Gorgeous Sally...just love those beautiful greens.
    Debbie x

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  25. What a lovely tranquil scene and a perfect sentiment! Gorgeous photos too. x

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  26. Love your countryside scene, the three shades give such a depth to your card :0)
    Jenny x

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  27. What a wonderful peaceful scene you've created!! Don't you just hate it when you get the sentiment crooked!! Great save!

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  28. A beautiful scene. Love the stamp. Lynn x

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  29. Fabulous scene, and the hares stamp goes with it perfectly. x

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  30. Hi Sally, wow you are really an artist. Your card is so beautiful and your techniques are great.
    Hugs Claudia

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  31. What beautiful green hills! And I love those frolicking rabbits.

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  32. Oh my goodness what a beautiful card; hares are fast becoming one of my favourite animals and Emerson is a love of mine also :)

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  33. This card is stunning. I love how you have used the different shades of green to make the grass. And the rabbits are just adorable. Thanks for joining us over at the Samuel Taylors blog.

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