Saturday, 21 January 2012

Right Up My Street

It's time for my first, weekly entry for Less is More challenge and this one is right up my street,especially as I treated myself to a new set of dies yesterday Xcut Dielicious,Petal Posy. There are 12 different dies in the set,various sized flowers, tiny circles and scalloped circles.


Week 51 is a theme week, the challenge is to cut an aperture in your card. I cut 3 using my new dies then stamped the leaves and stems using part of a magazine freebie flower and momento bamboo ink. I then used circular puffy stickers to the centres of the cut then glued a small punched circle to the inside,just to make the centres a little more secure. The grall was origionally just the one layer and I have to say I prefered it but in true Julie style, I knocked an ink pad off the shelf and it landed minus the lid on the edge of the green, hence the slightly overdone scalloped lawn. The next photo shows the card open to show off the apertures.


I'm using this card for the following challenges:-
LIMWeek 51, Theme,
Totally Papercraft, Make your own flowers,
Colour Create 88, Pink and green,
PCJ1, Floral.
I might be back later with another entry.
Have a great weekend,
Thanks for stopping by,
Julie.x




14 comments:

Rosietoes said...

Accidents happen Julie and it's a crafter's job to make them into creative moments! Lovely card with a really fresh appeal.

thank you for joining us at Colour Create.

Edna x

Victoria said...

Love the bright colours of your card- and don't worry about the ink pad incident, it happens to everyone! It's the most annoying when you've spent ages getting it right and you can't find a way of covering it up!

Mandi said...

Super funky flowers.
Well rescued on the ink pad accident
Thank you very much
mandi
"Less is More"

Deborah Frings said...

Accidents will happen, but if you hadn't told us, we wouldn't know! I do like these flowers - so pretty!

Beryl K said...

Brilliant card, I love the flowers and the cheerful colours. A touch of summer on a cold January day
Beryl x

Chrissie said...

It's great when these little accidents can be overcome... it's a fab card!
Thanks so much
Chrissie
"Less is More"

Bea said...

what a cheery card - just the thing for a cold day to remind us spring is on the way

L00py's Craft Creations said...

What a bright simple card! love it, just the thing to cheer us up on a nasty winters day! Thanks for Joining us at Papercrafting Journey, xx

Lou

Kimberley said...

Fabulous cheery card - love your blog background too!

cathi139 said...

What a fabulous card, wow
Greetings from Germany
cathi

Craftyanny said...

Love this, a great aperture card
Thanks for playing along with Totally Papercrafts and good luck
Anne x

Sabrina said...

A fabulous CAS card no matter the accident. Love it! Great layout and you stayed true to the colours of the challenge. Thank you for joining us at Colour Create. :) Sabrina

Nancy in Iowa said...

Accidental beauty. Much as I hate to admit it...I enjoy the challenge of having to try to salvage an unintentional oops!
Nice save!

Buladi said...

What a stunning card with fantastic colors. Flowers are so beautiful.

Plastic Card
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