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Monday, 7 January 2013

Not all Black & White



 After a slow start I am now back in the swing of things and the ideas are coming thick and fast.  There are one or two challenges I want to get involved in this year, one is the Craft Barn altered dictionary challenge and I would love to join the Tim Holtz 12 Tags of 2013 challenge if I can keep up for a full year!!

The challenge at Less is more this week is "Black & White" with a hint of one other colour.  This CAS card fits the bill, I am also entering it in the Allsorts challenge with a theme "CAS".


Using a stamp set I bought on my trip to Leeds in December - Craftwork Cards Graceful Grasses & Birdcages - The grasses and two birds were stamped across the bottom of the card and two bird cages stamped to hang from the top of the card.  I stamped one of the birdcages on a spare piece of card, cut it out and 3D it on the card.  The pink colour detail was added using a paintbrush and a distress ink pad.

I have a second card I am just finishing which, if I have time, may be entered too.


 



9 comments:

Sarah said...

Just beautiful Sylvia, I love the design and touches of colour. Thank you for joining us at Allsorts this week for our CAS challenge, good luck x

Chrissie said...

This is lovely Sylv... what super stamps. I love the touch of pink!
Thanks so much
Chrissie
"Less is More"

Gibmiss said...

Hi Sylv
Fabby card....
Hugs Sylvie xxx

brenda said...

Stunning CAS example Sylvia perfect colour choice.

Thanks so much to sharing with us at Allsorts challenges week.

B x

Susheel Kaur said...

oh how cute

Sheel
x

Jen said...

gorgeous sylv... those stamps are fab

Thanks for joining us
Jen xx
"Less Is More"

Dotty Jo said...

Lovely card Sylv, must check out that stamp set - it's a beauty! Jo x

catherine said...

This is a lovely card and thanks for joining in with our challenge this week over at Allsorts
x catherine

ionabunny said...

That's a beautiful card. Very CAS. CAS appeals more and more. I love the extra layer on the birdcage.