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Thursday, September 1, 2011

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 Less is More is a recipe challenge where you can choose three of their previous challenges and combine them. I chose Week 22 - Shades of Blue, Week 7 - Masculine, Week 18 - Monochrome for my card. I used the sketch from Moxie Fab World Challenge - Vertical sketch.
 
Card Details:
Spray of glimmer mist across white cardstock fading out the ink. Cut the piece of the ink that gives the effect you want. Stamp the circles using versamark. Heat emboss using white embossing powder.  My son had the brilliant idea of the candles and I color coated them to coordinate.  :) 
I created this for teenage boy and I liked how it turned out and my teenage son liked the effect so I think it works for masculine. 
 
Here is the sketch for the Moxie Fab World Challenge:  (which I rotated)
Now onto the winner of the stamp from last week: 

Drumroll please....  The winner of the new Verses stamp and a few other goodies is Debby who said:
  
I absolutely love that quote and would love to use it!   on August 26  at 6:21PM. 

Debbie contact me via email and I will send you out your RAKs.  If I don't receive an email by Sept. 7th I will pick another winner. 

Hope you all are having a wonderful week! 

Suzz






16 comments:

  1. Love that your son helped in the design. This is such a great card...I want to try it too! :)

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  2. Great idea from your son to add the candles . Love the design and the circles are so effective. Tracy x

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  3. Very cool. The candles are a great touch, too.

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  4. love that your son was involved Suzz. I always ask my son for his opinion when I'm not sure. he has much better eye than his dad! lol a really interesting design and reminded me how good white embossing powder looks.

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  5. Fab monochromatic BD card - love the addition of the candles!

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  6. Lovely modern and contemporary card

    Kathyk

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  7. What a neat take on that sketch, Sue - love the colors, too!

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  8. What a fabulous card.. I bet it was fun to make.. Hope you are having a happy week so far..

    Hugs, Linda

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  9. That's so clever! what a great cad for a guy too

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  10. Love that card! I recently got some good advice from one of my sons too. They often see things differently enough to add some interest, & they usually don't hesitate to express an opinion, hmmm :-)

    & love the winner announcement - THAT'S ME!!! - I'll love using your stamp! email has been sent (w/ a different email account, w/ explanation) Thanks so much!

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  11. Hey Suzanne! Thanks for linking this up to the Vertical Sketch challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

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  12. Great card, love the embossing. Carol x

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  13. Simple? Maybe but oh so effective. The candles are such an inspiring touch tell you son. Brilliant idea.

    Hugs
    Lesley Xx

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  14. VERY cool take on the sketch! So graphic and perfect for a teenage boy!

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