Monday, 18 April 2011

just for you

The theme at Less is More this week is acetate. OK then, here goes.

First off get the acetate back out from the back of the cupboard (I used acetate for a card the other week, wasn't too enamoured, so back into the cupboard it went). Inked up the white stazon, only the second time that's happened. Managed to find a set of peel off permanent pens in my stash so went to work colouring the back of the stamped flowers.

This was a devil to photograph but I love how this challenge is reaching crafty stash other challenges fail to reach!

20 comments:

Chrissie said...

Liz, this is super, the colouring of the flowers is particularly effective!
You can put the acetate back in the cupboard again now!
Enjoy the rest of your week!
Chrissie
"Less is More"

Rose Petal said...

Hiya Liz. Gorgeous creation. So beautiful and very delicate. Love it. Happy crafting.
With love, Sandra xxx

Katina said...

This is so pretty Liz! xx

Jan said...

Great card xx Jan

Little K Smith said...

A gorgeous card Liz, love how you've stamped onto the acetate :)
Kelly.x

Fiona said...

Liz...this is so pretty but I feel your pain...I no likey acetate!!

Fi
x

Susie Sugar said...

Liz this is so pretty I love your big blooms and such pretty colours
Hugs Susie Sugar xx

Kathleen said...

Great card, good idea. I have certainly put my acetate well away, well the little bit I have left, don't care if I never set eye's on it again. lol

Kath x

Mandi said...

So will it not come out the cupboard again? lol
Your card is so pretty, love the colouring
thank you
Have a good week Liz
mandi
Less is More

Caroljenks said...

Beautiful card - I love the soft colours you've used.

Carol x

Jenny said...

Another brave Limette to go all acetate card base!!
A brilliant card too, love your colouring of the stamps :)
Jenny x

Mrs A. said...

Love the effect you have created. I think the acetate should stay out for good.

Susan said...

Great job on the coloring of the flowers...adorable card!

Dora said...

Aww wow this is gorgeous, and so pretty. .. yes my acetate is somewhere at the back of a cupboard.. who knows where!!!

sharon said...

Hi Liz,

Pleased you liked my little raffia bow tutorial, very easy to do, I used my camera to film it (on a tripod) not at all glamorous to film it, I was sat on the floor and had to watch myself through the camera as I was filming ( that's why my hand goes out of shot a few times lol) there's probably a far more easier way to do it but it works for me :)

Lovely card btw, I agree though, acetate is one of those back of the cupboard items but it's about time it broke free, I'm inspired to hunt mine out now where did I put it lol lol.xx

Dolly Daydreams said...

Love your card and gorgeous colouring such a tricky subject.

Marie

Suze Bain said...

A very pretty card, great colour combo. x

melsanford said...

Gorgeous card. Those flowers are beautiful! Love 'n' hugs, Mel xx

Aileen said...

Very spring like! Your post made smile. x

Debgem said...

Such a soft colours, very pretty! I do like the flowers!