Saturday, 7 June 2014

Colour at LIM

The latest challenge at Less is More is to use the colour scheme of your bedroom in your card! With the option to show a pic of said room.
I wonder how many of us dare to share with an actual pic of our room?
Well when I went upstairs to make the bed I thought I would take a quick snap of the linen as the room is magnolia, as we haven't decorated since the barn was finished. I just brightened it up with some bright colours on the duvet set. There are matching curtains still in their packet as we put up temporary ones(£10 from Dunelm sale) while we finished and as they go I have left them! (Actually we haven't finished the odd bits and bobs but we are in after 8 years of complete rebuilding!)


The colours are my fave of the moment. The whole house has a burgundy, magenta, lime green vibe in various hues. This set has a little bit of paler pink and two shades of blue dotted around as well.
Well enough of interior design here is my card.


I had to use flowers as the pattern on the duvet is. I chose two of the colours from the main panel and finished it with lime green leaves and two buds in slate blue. I used a Sizzix set of dies to create the blooms and a punch for the centers which I cut down for the smaller flowers. The leaves were cut from a Sizzix sizzlet die from Stampin Up -Little Leaves. The circular die is Large circle burst by Memory Box. I saw the small circle burst used here and it kinda stuck as I thought it a great idea. The circular sentiment is from LOTV.

Well that's about it, thanks for popping by.
I shall enter the following challenges:-
Less is More - #175 colour challenge
Addicted to stamps -  Bingo (flowers/ pearls/diecut)
Creative Inspirations - Anything goes option of a sketch


13 comments:

  1. Great card & colours. Love that you showed your bedding!

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  2. Love those circles mum.

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  3. Well, I did - share a pic of my bedroom, that is! Love peeking at yours, Jules - your card could represent my room as well - lol! Your card is a beautiful arrangement of colour over that stunning die cut - really lovely! Ann

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  4. Hi Jules

    I hopped here from Less is More - absolutely adore your card, IMHO it should be a winner!

    Hugs, Di xx

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  5. A gorgeous card! Such a beautiful and elegant design. Thanks for joining us at ATSC. Marlies

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  6. This is fabulous Jules, beautiful bedding inspiration and thank you for letting us peep.
    Your die-cut flowers and foliage are incredible and set against the sunburst circle makes it all the more striking.
    Thanks for taking part
    Sarah
    Less is More

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  7. This is beautiful Julie... and thanks for the sneak peek at your bedroom, it looks lovely!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  8. this card is simply stunning.. i have that die somewhere.. unused as well
    Thanks for joining us this week
    Jen x
    "Less Is More"

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  9. Hi Julie, I just spotted your card on LIM and then realised you'd been inspired by one of my cards! Thanks for the link back too!! Love your card and how you've used the circle burst die- you've reminded me that I must dig mine out and use it again. Rebecca x

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  10. Pretty colours Julies, like the LOTV sentiment in the sunburst and hope you don't mind me copying this sometime!
    Thank for for joining us at Less is More this week
    Anne
    LIM Designer

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  11. pretty card.
    Thanks for joining in at Creative inspirations anything goes challenge!
    CraftyNatalie: DT member

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  12. Wow Julie, this is an amazing creation. I love your cluster of beauty in the left corner. Wow. So happy you joined us at Less Is More. - Lisa Lara (LIM Guest Designer)

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  13. This is lovely, the blooms in the corner look fab, as does your bedroom ...so much more tidy than mine!! xx

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