Thursday, 21 April 2011

Less Is More - Use Acetate

Girls, firstly a huge SORRY, since we went away for a few days I have not been able to get back into a routine before now, but I have found some time to play this week and I had to join in the fun over at LESS IS MORE this week, although when I saw what they wanted us to do I was like "OH NO", but not to be put off I had a bash and came up with this......
Yes, Chrissie and Mandi asked us to use some acetate, at first I couldn't find my box of acetate anywhere, so after a dash to the shops to get some, I played and tried several different ideas but am quite happy with the final card.  I embossed an oval using my nestabilites and using my Paula Pascal stamps I stamped into the centre of the oval and then finished off with a couple of snowflakes, then to finish it off added some bling to the centres of the snowflakes. A very simple card but I think it is quite effective.

Anyway if you've not yet joined in the fun over at LESS IS MORE, maybe this could be your week.

Anyway thanks for looking.


XX Fiona XX


Fiona said...

wow ..this is really pretty. I love the layout.


Chrissie said...

I am amazed with what the LIMettes have managed to come up with this week and this is no exception. Lovely card Fiona.
See you next time.
"Less is More"

Mandi said...

Oh dear we seem to have made a lot of our LIMettes spend money this week...hope we are forgiven!
Your card is stunning!
Thanks so much
Great to see you
Less is More

jo said...

Stunning card - I have those stamps but have never used them.

TAM said...

You may say its a simple card but it is also a stunning one

Carol said...

How pretty! And, you've got a holiday card all ready with lots of time to spare!

Jane said...

WOW fab card Fiona.xx

Michelle said...

fab card


Lynn said...

A stunning card. Lynn x

sasa said...

just great...glad you found time as it turned out so well.

Thanks for sharing!
Sarah at 164

Kathyk said...

Such a pretty card

Happy Easter


Ruth said...

This is a stunning card - love the design of it!
Ruth C