Sunday 27 January 2013

Happy Birthday for Less is More and ABC Challenges

Yep, my second post for today as I feel that while I still have electricity I am going to keep on crafting!!

We are starting to flood a little now but not so that we would have to leave or anything. It is certainly the wind that is the most disconcerting. 

So instead of running for the hills, I decided to make a card for 

Less Is More - Sketch (which was right up my dark and rainy alley)

and the challenge at ABC Challenges is to make a birthday card.

I have used a stamp from my Growing Green set and have embossed the outline using Black powder. I have coloured the stamp in with my Real Red marker. The sentiment is from my Petite Pairs set and stamped with Real Red as well. I have added two tiny pearls either side of the sentiment  - I think they are cute ;)

Thanks so much for looking xx


  1. Gorgeous card, lovely design! I love red, white and kraft. Thankyou for joining us this week at ABC Challenges.

  2. Only a truly addicted crafter would rather make a card than run for the hills!!! But is there really anything better for a stressful time than to play with stamps and inks??! I love your bright colors - perfect with all of that white!

  3. stunningly CAS, the colours are perfect x

  4. Hi Kylie - I think stamping and making cards is great therapy to keep a person from worrying :o) Hope all turns out ok!!

    Beautiful card!! Lovely in red. I'm so glad you joined us at 'ABC' Challenges instead of running for the hills. Hugs to you. D

  5. Sweet and colorful card, Kylie! And I think great minds think alike!!

  6. kylie this is so pretty... love the colours and the flower

    Thanks for Joining us this week
    Jen xx
    "Less Is More"

  7. Brilliant CAS card. Love the design. Jx

  8. This is really pretty Kylie.
    Thanks so much
    "Less is More"


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