Monday, 5 May 2014

LIM three shades and/or colour

Evening all, here is a little something I finished yesterday but did not get around to posting.

Over at Less is More they are asking for creations that include three colours or three shades of the same colour. For me that is far too much freedom, I work better when I am more constricted. However, I did put my mind to it while playing around with a new stamp, from Paula Pascal set I got a couple of weeks ago.


At first I was disappointed by the size of the stamps but having had a play they worked fine.
I used three different colours to stamp the tag, Worn Lipstick DI and 2 Colour Palette greens. The greeting was stamped in, Memento London Fog.
I shall also enter it in the Inkspirational Challenge - Pink and Green

I suggested that Di had a go too so here is her 1st blog card.


She inked 3 shades of red through plaster board tape then overstamped a Marion Emberson seed head then added some liquid pearls to some of the heads.

Better get back to my guest now, I don't want to appear rude!

6 comments:

  1. Jules that tag makes a perfect CAS card!
    Thank you for joining the Less is More Challenge this week
    Anne
    LIM Designer

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  2. Your card is verry elegant and so beautiful to stamp on a tag! Love the colours on Di's card!

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  3. These are both wonderful cards. I particularly like the tag card - it is so elegant.
    Elaine

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  4. I'm sorry that my visit is SO late!
    This is a fabulous pair of cards! Wonderful!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  5. These cards are beautiful! I love the simple elegance of the first card. Your use of green and pink is perfect! I also like your use of the liquid pearls on the second card. It gives such a unique look. Thanks for joining us at Inkspirational!
    - Shauna

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  6. Wow it is wandarful panting I never sow befor

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