Sunday, 10 April 2011

touches your heart

Making a card for the Less is More challenge has now become part of my Sunday morning crafty time. This weeks challenge is to make a one layer card with the sentiment as the focus.

So, first off I stamped my sentiment from a clear set by Kaisercraft with versamark ink onto my Kraft card blank. I punched out some tiny butterflies in rainbow colours. Then I rounded the corners to finish.

It's a glorious spring day here and I am off out to meet my friend for a latte and perhaps something delicious. Will pop round later to have a nosey at all the other entries.

34 comments:

Mandi said...

Striking card
id have been tempted to add less butterflies at the top, but, this is FABULOUS!
Thank you Liz
mandi
Less is More

Dora said...

So pretty and so sweet, love those cute little butterflies. We're off out today, it's so sunny and warm. Enjoy xxx

Liz, said...

Mmmm? Disagree here Mandi. Less butterflies would have left the whole card unbalanced.

Liz x

Jane said...

Lovely card sweet sentiment at lovely butterflies xx

fatmonica said...

Lovely card.The butteflies finish it off so well!

kelly said...

great card, very colourful with the bright butterflies!
kelly xx

Jo Capper-Sandon said...

Super girly...love the sugary colours.

Little K Smith said...

Perfect little card Liz, a lovely sentiment and cute pretty butterflies too :)
Kelly.x

Sheila in Cyprus said...

Gorgeous card. I like the butterflies, personally I would have put three at the top, but saying that your card 'IS GREAT AS IT IS' Love Sheila x

Chrissie said...

I guess butterflies will fly... and land where they like!
Cute card Liz, I hope you're enjoying this sunshine!!
See you soon!
Chrissie
"Less is More"

Zoƫ said...

Pretty in every way from colour to sentiment. TFS Zx

Rosemary said...

LOVE your perfect CAS card!!

Keep It Sweet and Simple said...

This is so sweet and the Kraft card was a perfect choice to show off those colourful butterflies.
Caroline xxx

Wishcraft said...

Ooh this is gorgeous! Love the sentiment and the bright butterflies look fab on the Kraft card :o) Lisa x

Lauren Hatwell said...

fab! Lx

Vicky said...

I love it Liz!...great sentiment and the butterflies are just perfect hun...

hugs Vicky xx

Sudha - Art Admirer said...

Pretty creation dear, luv the sentiment too.

Maureen [docrafts] said...

Lovely card, well done.
Maureen.......x

Susan said...

Fabulous eye-catching card! Love that sentiment!

Donna Mosley said...

Oh! Liz, this is gorgeous, fab sentiment and love the pretty butterflies. Perfect.

Donna x

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Gorgeous card and fab sentiment. Especially liking the use of Kraft card:-)

Dragonlady said...

Absolutely stunning Liz, I love the contrast between the kraft card and the colourful butterflies.

Hugs Ali x

Tricia :O) said...

LOVE your sentiment!! Cute coloured butterflies :O)

Tasha said...

Oh liz, this design is fantastic! Love those butterflies
love tasha xx

Katalytic said...

This stood out for me, it love the choice of colour

Leanne said...

Not been here for long. I see many beautiful creations. There's something for you on my blog.

Aileen said...

love the bright butterflies makes a cheery card. x

sasa said...

Great card - Kraft and colour are made for each other!
Sarah at 127

http://blueboxbabe.blogspot.com/

Susie Sugar said...

Liz this is so pretty darling
Hugs Susie Sugar xx

Lynne said...

Really bright and cheerful card. Love it.
Lynne xxx

Jenny said...

Lovely cheerful card, the bright colours on the Kraft are fab.
Jennyx

Kellylouj said...

This is beautiful x

melsanford said...

Oh this is beautiful! The sentiment is lovely and I love all the gorgeous butterflies :-) Love 'n' hugs, Mel xx

SYLVIA-ANNE said...

A very creative design and a great way to bring the focus towards the central sentiment. Love it. Sylvia x