18 Jan 2016

Less Is More week 259

Hello to you.  Are you all well?
 
I've been organising all my dies in my craft room so have been a bit busy over the weekend. It's amazing what you can find in your stash that you had long forgotten about.
 
Some things were still in the packet!
 
Imagine that...spending money because you 'needed' to have a die or a stamp or whatever and then not using it.  Shame on me.
 
So, I've decided that this blog will be dedicated to using all the things in the craft room that have been ignored so far.
 
What do you think? Good idea? 
 
Amongst all the tidying, I did manage to create a couple of cards.
 
For today's make I had to get really creative because the challenge over at
 Less is More 
(Week 259) is the Kissing technique and I could not find a single solid stamp!
 
Pesky things must have gone missing in our relocation from the UK. 


The background blocks were made using the back of a rectangular clear cling stamp.
 
Worked a treat!
 
 
 
This card uses
Adirondack Inks in Willow, Juniper, Lake Mist, Peach Bellini & Hazelnut
Back of a clear cling stamp to create the rectangles
Kissed with a Chocolate Baroque swirl from the curly birds set (never used before)
Sentiment die is a tattered lace one. The flowers were cut off it.
Well that's it for today. Hope you like it.
 

And please don't be shy to leave a comment,
 and if you like what you see please follow me
because it is pretty lonely when you start a new blog.

Hugs,
Sharon

8 comments:

  1. Very inventive, super make, love your colour choices

    GOOD LUCK with your new blog

    Kathyk

    ReplyDelete
  2. Beautiful and subtle kissing here and the perfect stamps.
    Thanks for playing along with us this week at Less is More
    Sarah

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you Sarah. Yes, it is a little subtle, isn't it?
      xx

      Delete
  3. Great idea to use the back of your rectangular stamps Sharon! Your stamping is fab!
    Your card is beautiful
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    Less is More

    ReplyDelete
  4. Great improvisation using the back of your stamps. Love the colour combo here too.
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    Anita x
    Less is More

    ReplyDelete

THANK YOU so much for visiting my blog.
It is wonderful to read your comments and feedback and I appreciate you taking the time to comment.