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Monday, August 15, 2011

Less Is More - One Layer Card

I saw some beautiful one layer cards and went to check out the challenge at Less is More. The challenge this week is one layer card with ink. 

I created a few different cards for the challenge:

The background is sponged with vintage photo, scattered straw, mustard seed and spritzed with Perfect Pearls Mister.   The trees and deer are from a beautiful Stampendous Christmas set. The sentiment is from Kodomo.


And then a series of mini cards:
These use a variety of distress inks and the images are from Class Act Road - Chapel Road Artstamps - Inchy Words, Inchy Designs.

Thanks for stopping by...


21 comments:

  1. Beautiful! ... each and every one

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  2. Even your one layer cards are gorgeous!

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  3. Fabulous cards! I really like the first one. Gorgeous inking and the stamps are all beautiful!

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  4. Your first card is stunning and the little notes are lovely too x

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  5. Great inking, the colours are fabulous.

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  6. What a terrific bunch of cards Suzanne, the effects on these is stunning!
    Thanks so much for joining us ... do come back again next week.
    Chrissie
    Lady LIM
    "Less is More"

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  7. A super collection of "inky" cards

    Kathyk

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  8. An amazing collection, I love the first cards inked background :)
    Jenny x

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  9. What a super set of cards. I particularly like "hope" - just lovely!

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  10. Fab use of the challenge! Love the scene you created on the first one!

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  11. FAB cards, super inking effects

    Thanks so much
    Mandi
    Diva LIM
    "Less is More"

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  12. I love the colours - it looks amazing

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  13. Love your top card - so so beautiful and the mini cards are equally lovely Sue!

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  14. Such great cards the first is my fav I think, such a lovely sunset/sunrise scene :O) Viv xx

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  15. These all look fabulous. Love that sponging technique. Looks like it would be fun to do..

    Hugs, Linda

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  16. Super cards, love all the shading and different colours. x

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  17. Wow! stunning cards! Fabulous!

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  18. Not hard at all for an artist like you!! I love both!

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