Sunday, 13 November 2011

Less is More - Leaves

A new challenge at Less is More...............
"It's that week again!
Merely the thought of a one layer card used to send so many into a tailspin, but now LIMettes approach this particular week of our challenges with confidence and even ..may we say, a little enjoyment!
The theme for your cards this week is 
If you don't have any leaf stamps then there is sure to be a way that you can interpret this challenge... let's see what you can come up with!"


For my card I have used the Oak Leaf from a set from Tanda. Stamped with StazOn and coloured with Distress Inks - Tattered Straw, Shabby Shutters, Spiced Marmalade and Antique Linen.  Drew a wiggly line to make a frame.  Sentiment from Chocolate Baroque.

Thanks for looking,


Cath Wilson said...

That's a pretty card - lovely design x

Sally H said...

What a beautiful card, Sandra. I love the colours and how you have used the stamp

Karen said...

That is so pretty, lovely design and colours lol K x

Suzilou said...

One layer still gives makes me shudder hehe, love your card, great stamp and lovely colours :)

Chrissie said...

This looks great... love your wiggly line too!
Thanks so much
"Less is More"

Paula (PEP) said...

This is a lovely creation - your Distress Inks colouring looks brilliant & I certainly could not do this on a one layer card...... love your wiggly frame too - I freeze completely when it comes to doing any kind of doodling!
Paula (PEP)

Jenny said...

Love the bold images and subtle colours! Your freehand wiggly line is just brilliant too :)
Jenny x

laurie said...

Great card!

Mandi said...

Superb card, that wiggly doodling looks terrific
Thank you
Mandi LI?M

Carol said...

Great card, gorgeous colours. Carol x

kingstonmama said...

Beautiful leaves. Lovely colors and your squiggly line is fab! :) Ann Y.

Marrigje said...

beautiful fall card.

Aileen said...

Super bold leaves, very autumnal. x

sue law said...

love how you have stamped the leaves across the card and then edged them with the wiggly lines!