I recently came across a new (to me)
card challenge blog called: Less is More.
Every week they host a clean and simple card challenge.
I'm looking forward to following along since CAS cards aren't easy for me to create!
This week's theme is
"White space but not white."
Supplies and Tools: Black and Kraft cardstock, dictionary page, Baker's Twine, Sentiment (Stampin' Up), Flora Grande (Heartfelt Creations), Frond punch (Martha Stewart), Rhinestone
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I just LOVE this... the torn newspaper looks fab echoed by its use for the flower!
Wonderful design with loads of 'white space'!
Thanks so much
"Less is More"
Wow! Great card - very CAS and beautifully laid out! Fab LIM entry!
That Kraft base really complements your fab design ! I have also become your latest blog follower !
Wonderful card!!! Love the Kraft cardstock base and the torn paper.
Hello Shoregirl: WOW!! your card is so beautiful and a perfect take on this challenge.
Thank you for your sweet comment on my entry for this "Less is More" challenge, I've become more comfortable with CAS cards, the ladies from the DT are amazing and inspiring, I'm so glad you found it, I found it also just a few months ago.
You will love it, the themes really put your mind to work, I'm so glad I found another newbie at this style of card making.
I hope you participate every time.
Perfect CAS card for the challenge. Oodles of non-white 'white space' and your elements and layers team so well together. Fantastic!
Lovely to see you at Less is More
Brilliant card! I have always struggled with CAS but actually now really enjoy doing them!
Esther your card is gorgeous! I love the torn lines and newsprint flower. The LIM challenge is a great place to hone your CAS skills, these ladies are so talented and give such wonderful encouragement and words of advice. I love to play along when I can - it's definitely helped me hone my style!
You did fantastic with this challenge, I love kraft for a base and the torn edges are cool, along with your lovely flower!
Gorgeous card, I love the combination of the printed page and Kraft card. Karen x
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