Sunday 14 October 2012

Less is More & CAS(E) this Sketch

After lots of gardening this morning, I decided I just had to have a break to do some craft lol. Any excuse will do, huh? Well that's my opinion anyway ;)
Over at Less is More the challenge is to create a One Layer Card and the theme is "Wings".
I really, really liked the sketch that I had followed for my previous card over at CAS(E) this Sketch, so I decided to enter another card.

The butterflys are from Hero Arts which I have inked by using my Stampin' Write markers directly onto the stamp. The colours are Rich Razzleberry and Pacific Point. I have added some ribbon to border them. The sentiment is from my Petite Pairs stamp set.

Thanks for looking!!


  1. What a lovely colour combination Kylie! The butterflies look great in your randomly stamped row. Vicky x

  2. Hola Kylie, gorgeous card, your butterflies look fantastic with these colours, well done.
    Hugs from Palma de Mallorca

  3. Kylie gorgeous colours the butterflies look fab and certainly pop the ribbon adds that little bit of bling and really stands out lovely card

  4. Great idea to go with a square card. The butterflies are beautiful! So glad you played along with us again in our first challenge over at CAS(E) this Sketch!

  5. What lovely butterflies Kylie!
    Super card.
    Thanks so much
    "Less is More"

  6. Wow, Kylie - you've had as productive a weekend as I have! Another great card (even if I am going backwards through them!)
    Alison x

  7. Great colors and that ribbon is really cool! It's so nice to have you play along with our first CAS(E) this Sketch challenge!

  8. I love these stamps Kylie. A beautiful card. x

  9. Beautiful card. Take on the sketch. I love those butterflies:) Thanks for playing along with us @ CAS(E)this Sketch:)

  10. Gorgeosu card Kylie
    the butterflies looks terrific
    Thank you very much

  11. Love the colours and the butterflies are gorgeous. x

  12. A beautiful CAS card Kylie - love the butterflies - and perfect for the challenge.

    Karen x


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