Wednesday, 8 June 2011

Less is More Week 18

This weeks challenge at Less is More is MONOCHROME.

Definition:

1. in shades of one color: using or displaying only shades of one color or black and white.
You may choose any colour you wish, but please keep all the shades you use within your chosen spectrum.


For my card I chose Pink - very unlike me!

I masked off an area and sponged DI Spun Sugar, I then stamped Lavinia's Dandelion  stamp with Adirondack Cranberry, added some dark pink glitter and stamped a sentiment from Crafty Individuals.

Check out the Challenge site for some fab entries!

Thanks to Chrissie and Mandi for stretching my crafting outlook! 

I have been taking part since week 2 (missed the first week!), and enjoyed everyone of the challenges.  If I'm not around for the next few weeks it's because we are decorating - three bedrooms in one go - how optimistic is that!  But the end result will be my own crafting space, so will be worth it.

Hope to see you soon and thank you for the lovely comments that have been left over the last weeks :)

Sandra

22 comments:

Kathyk said...

Lovely lovely card - the spun sugar is such a pretty and delicate shade, perfect foil for your lovely Lavinia image

Kathyk

Sientje said...

Great card. I love the simplicity from this card!

Chrissie said...

This is super Sandra, we've loved all your entries over the past weeks, and will miss you whilst you decorate (I wouldn't mind betting that you get the odd card submitted in that time)and we'd like to see pics of your craft room when it's done.
Love the stamp and the colours you chose.
Thanks so much
Chrissie
Lady LIM
"Less is More"

suzARTe said...

Very pretty card, the sponged effect looks great

Sue said...

Very pretty CAS, who could not love it. Hope all the decorating goes well. Sue x

Carla said...

a perfect and elegant card, love the stamp!

Shobana said...

Lovely! That background is done so well that it highlights that dandelion so beautifully! Super! :)

Carolyn said...

Very elegant card.
Carolyn W

Sue - said...

A beautiful card - I love that lavinia stamp too.

Jean Straw said...

Pretty colour and a beautiful stamp, making a lovely card. Jean x

Mandi said...

We've loed having you here to Sandra!
I love your card, its simple and gorgeous!
Good luck with the decorating..wowo 3 rooms at once, don't envy you!

Thank you so much
Diva LIM mandi
Less is More

Sharon said...

Pretty card. Love the colour.
hugs
Sharon x

Beryl K said...

Stunning card
Beryl x

Aileen said...

The pink background looks great. Super image. x

Tricia :O) said...

Fabulous Sandra, One of my favourites! Tricia :O)

Paula said...

All the best with the decorating. Love this stamp & how your framed part of it -very effective & I do like the non-black monochromatic approach.
Paula (PEP)

Vicky Hayes said...

I love the different pinks you've chosen and it's a great choice for this stamp. Good luck with those bedrooms - that's quite a challenge! Vx

Carol said...

A very pretty card, love your colour choice. Carol x

Susan said...

How exciting to be remodeling! And...your own craft space! YAY!! Lovely card this week!!
Susan@Keeping in Touch

Vicky said...

Wonderful card Sandra. Love the masked sponged area you've created and the flower stamp is beautiful. Good luck with the decorating!
Hugs, Victoria ~x~

Max said...

Hi Sandra, thanks for popping by to let us know why you've been hiding. Good luck with the decorating ... it's always such an upheaval but well worth it in the end.

Luv'n'Stuff
Max
xx
Max's Craft Creations
Bah! Humbug! Challenges DT

craftimamma said...

Hi Sandra, Firstly can I say thankyou for the lovely comments you've left on my blog. I'm sorry I haven't had time to visit before but I've just had a really good nosy round your lovely blog. You have some beautiful cards on display here and I am in awe of your brayering (post on 22nd April I think). That is one technique I have not yet mastered.

I am not usually a pink girl either but you have made a particularly elegant card here and created a lovely frame for the delicate dandelion. Lovely work!

Hugs
Lesley Xx