Saturday, 24 July 2021

Less is More #448 - CASE

 Happy Saturday! Yep, time for a new challenge over at Less is More!

Here is my card -

As it is Elaine's birthday when the post goes live, she will be giving us a card to CASe. Happy Birthday Elaine!

I love this card by Elaine. I followed along with using a flower image and small sentiment. I decided to only use the tiles on a certain part of my image and create an eclipse effect. The difference being that I didn't colour the flower first. I coloured the individual tiles once cut.

I would like to enter my card over at the following challenges -
Krafty Chicks (All Occasions), Watercooler Wednesdays (Occasions), Allsorts (For a Lady), Love to Craft (Anything Goes), Creative Knockouts (Die Cuts/Punches)

Thank you for popping in and I hope you will join in to CASE Elaine's card.


  1. It looks wonderful and a great idwa for a design, thanks for joining us at the Allsorts challenge, xx

  2. This is very pretty in the lovely design and perfect for a lady, thank you so much for joining in my 'Feminine' theme at Allsorts challenge.

    B x

  3. Stunning Kylie! I love spotlight stamping and this takes it to the next level!! Thanks so much for sharing at Watercooler Wednesday Challenge! Stay safe! :)

  4. This is beautiful. I love the way you spotlighted the few areas that you did, and I love the white accents.

  5. Just beautiful Kylie. It is an awesome CASE - thanks for sharing with us at Watercooler Wednesday Challenge

  6. This is so pretty, what a wonderful way to use the stamp and have it pop...great job.
    Thanks for playing our challenge this week, at Krafty Chicks Challenge.

    Leanne DT/KCC

  7. Oh I do love this card that technique is fantastic, thank you for joining our challenge at ALLSORTS
    lolo x

  8. Oh this is gorgeous Kylie!

    Thank you so much for playing along with us this week over at Creative Knockouts for our Die Cuts/Punches challenge, Good Luck!!


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