Saturday, 12 May 2012

Purple Thread.

  The theme for Less is More 67  challenge this week is "One Layer, Use three stamps"

So I chose three stamps from a Magazine giveaway set,

Used a purple Momento ink pad, stamped the little fancy frame, and masked one of the other stamps in the set placing post it notes over the stitching to leave just the wording and stamped it within the frame. I added a touch of colour and shading using Copics added some glossy accents to the button, scraping over the thread just before it dried to remove the shine from that area.


It doesn't show up very well in the photo but I used a Sakura Jelly Roll pen and scribbled onto plastic, using a damp paintbrush I added some of the purple sparkle to the thread. I'm hoping that the LIM ladies let me off with the purple jelly roll blanket stitching ,it ties the card together I think.

Thanks for stopping by,
Enjoy the weekend,


Lisa Jane said...

oh its wonderful. I have those stamps but haven't used them yet!
LOve the stitching down the fold
Lisa x

Catherine said...

Cute card, love the images....

brenda said...

Beautifully fresh and crisp Julie.

Have a lovely Sunday.

B x

Vicky Hayes said...

I love the sewing theme you've got going on here Julie and I really like the vintage look from only adding a touch of colour. Vicky x

Helen in the UK said...

Great job :)

Flutterby Creations said...

One of my favourite sentimens! Love the cotton reel!


Chrissie said...

This is super Julie, it looks great in monochrome!
Thanks so much
"Less is More"

lykta said...

Such a sweet card! The stitching along the fold is great!

Thanks for your comment on my blog! I never remember where my stamps are from, but I found the orchid on google. Here it is:™_Stamps

Scrapmate said...

Nice card. great placement.

Linda R said...

Sew sweet.. Hee Hee.. Sorry couldn't help myself. Hope you having a great weekend my friend..


Mandi said...

Terrific card Julie
Love the purple
Thank you very much
"Less is More"

Deanna said...

Cute card!

Karen said...

So pretty Julie - and free!!!

Sally said...

Great card Julie, love the ink colour.
Hugs Sally xxx

Nancy in Iowa said...

Well I LOVE the blanket stitching. It is still very clean and simple. And if they don't like it..."sew what!"