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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

2nd post in a day

Hi Guys (again)

I had been told about a blog by my upline and friend Zoë and told to have a go so I did.  The blog in question is Less is More and it is their 2nd challenge.  The challenge is to create a 1 layered card with flowers or trees as the theme.

I have pulled a stamp set out of my drawer and dusted it down.  This was the first stamp set that I bought from SU! and I have not used it very often at all.

Pick a petal is such a versatile stamp set and doesn't need to just be flowers although that is what I have done today.

Here is my card


I stamped the petals with Melon Mambo and the centre of the flower is Pacific Point.  I have doodled a border around the edge of the card and stamped a sentiment in Pacific Point as well.
I hope you like and until next time

Happy crafting

Emma xx

8 comments:

  1. Glad you've had a go and I love your card. I too must dust off this set which is so pretty and useful. Hugs Zx

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  2. Hi Emma, Love your take on the challenge. The doddling is fab xx

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  3. I love the pick a petal stamp set!
    It's so effective, as is the scribbled edge and the way you have interacted it around the petal and sentiment

    Thanks for playing along with us
    See you again
    mandi
    "Less is More"

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  4. That certainly is a very pretty stamp, and you have used a lovely vibrant colour for the petals.
    Thanks for joining in our One Layer Card, Clean and Simple Challenge, I hope you'll try again next week in our Theme challenge!
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  5. Great card Emma - love the colour and especially the doodling. As you've seen I've actually taken the plunge and posted on my blog (how long has it taken me) any bets on how long it might last lol

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  6. WOW! that is gorgeous, love the vibrancy

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  7. What a bright and fun card! Love it!

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