Sunday, September 16, 2012


It is time for another Less Is More challenge and this week it is a theme – Oval.  We are to create a clean and simple card with an oval. 

I really am happy that I have been trying to learn more about CAS cardmaking, because I find it very difficult.  This is the second card I made for the challenge today, but the first one just did not turn out the way I had hoped.  For this one, I cut the white panel slightly smaller than the card, used the Spellbinders Classic Oval to create the “window” and used a Martha Stewart border punch for the bottom edge.  I used VersaMark and white embossing powder for the trees (a Heartfelt Creations stamp) and gold embossing powder for the stars from Rubber Stamp Tapestry’s Dragonflies at Dusk set.  The sentiment is from another HC set and was cut using SB Beaded Ovals.  I also used the Classic Oval to cut out the trees and attached that directly to the card front. I then used foam tape to attach the white panel. The organza/silk ribbon is from Really Reasonable Ribbon.

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I am entering this card in Less Is More Week 85 Theme-Oval


I also made this card for:
Mynnette’s Spread the L-O-V-E challenge:

*Operation Write Home: Supporting our nation's armed forces by sending blank handmade greeting cards to write home on, as well as cards of gratitude to encourage them.


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