Saturday, 13 May 2017

Spots & Stripes card

Hi there friends, how is your Saturday going
 so far? I have another 'Less is More' card
 to share again.  It's the dreaded 'One layer' 
card this week and......
 
'Spots & Stripes'

Not easy was my first thought! I looked at my
 stamps and found some which looked suitable.
A plan was hatched ;)
 
How I managed to find anything now my 
room is 'organised' I will never know lol!

I used an old set of stamps for the spots and
 stripes. I have a new stamp set too ( surprise 
surprise...note to self STOP buying stamps!!)
 so used a sentiment from that also.

I bought this super Ombre ink pad recently,
I really love the colours so used that for most
of the design. I went for black for the sentiment
so it would stand out more.
 
A few enamel dots and the card was finished.
I made a page of the enamel dots, hmm not
easy to get them round I fear!
 
Enjoy your weekend whatever you have
 planned ;) We are going for our usual 
swimming session with our children and
the 'littlies'.
 
 Anyway come and have a peek at my card
below ;)
 

ps. The craft room makeover is still ongoing!
it is looking a whole lot better though. Even
my OH mentioned how good is was looking.
He said he was spurred on to tidy his crafty
place too....result!
 
Just as well as our next big job is our large
 back conservatory (where he mostly crafts). 
We have arranged to have all the windows and
 doors replaced. Happy days!!!...but I will have
 to curb my stamp buying for a while alas!

My next job is to paint my craft room...gulp!
not looking forward to that at all!!!


LIM, CAS, Spots, Stripes
 
Smooth white card
Stampin Up Gorgeous Grunge stamps
AltENew Floral frame stamp (sentiment)
Hero Arts Ombre ink
MFT Black Licorice ink
Ranger black enamel accents












18 comments:

  1. Oh my, what a great card. And ... we had the same idea ... I also used the Gorgeous Crunch for my card. :-) Hugs, Ankie

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  2. Perfect CAS card Viv, love the colours!
    Val x

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  3. Absolutely gorgeous. I really like your splatter stamps and they work perfectly for this challenge.

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  4. Splendid make - I ALMOST used the same idea but using the similar MFT set, you made a great card

    Kathyk

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  5. Do so like the ombre effect of the inks and the composition on the card. Thank you for the updates on your crafty spaces x

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  6. A brilliant card Viv, such a fabulous design.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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  7. Fabulous card - great colours.
    Elaine

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  8. love the gorgeous grunge stamp set and you have used it perfectly on your gorgeous card!

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  9. Awww Viv, this is gorgeous! Such lovely colours, really tranquil and pretty, and a great way of using spots and stripes in a contemporary and interesting way. I love it! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Less is More :)

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  10. What a stunning one layer! I love the colors, thank ink pad seems amazing. The artsy, grungy feel of your card is wonderful. Thanks for joining us at Less Is More!

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  11. Hi Viv, yes this is a fantastic set and your take on the LIM challenges is fantastic. Love the simplicity with the great colour floating effect.

    Hugs Claudia

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  12. Beautiful card. I like de colours.

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  13. Ooohh ! I love this grungy take on our challenge Viv ! What an original idea to illustrate the stripes and spots ! And those colours are just wonderful ! Really eye-catching card ! Thanks so much for sharing and for playing along with us at Less is More !

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  14. Great how you used the stripes and splatters! Think this is a beautiful femine-grunge card!
    (Still hadn't had any time to make a LIM-card so far myself; hope to do that today...) Hugs, Gerrina

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  15. Another of your classic stunning cards Viv, just so beautiful.
    Faith
    x

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  16. WOW! What a delightful mix of colours and design here Viv. Love those splatters and matching stripes. Works a treat for our challenge and thanks for playing along at Less is More

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  17. Well you've proved that grungy can be beautiful! This is gorgeous, love the colours and the combination of stamps. It all just works brilliantly. I've just done a load of painting last week so don't envy you. Need to do lots of gloss but I've abandoned that idea for now as it's just no fun! :D
    Thanks so much for sharing with us at Less is More, Anita x

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  18. Just love this - the colours and design are fab and so CAS too. (I bet you don't stop buying stamps LOL!)

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Thankyou so much for leaving a comment, everyone much appreciated :) Viv xx

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