Saturday, 29 October 2016

Less is More #300


Well hello LIMettes!
Can you believe we hit our 300th challenge today at Less is More!
That's one mahoosive achievement and heck of a lot of clean and simple
challenge ideas to come up with in that time! 

So it's a 5 week month and it's lucky dip time!
What's more we have a class-act super talented Guest Designer; it's
Julie B of Crafted by Jules and if you've never visited her blog then
you are most certainly missing a trick! Her cards are so full of unique 
inspiration and I do hope you'll drop by her blog and leave some love.

To commemorate our 300th challenge post we chosen the theme

Celebrations or Festivals

No problem can I hear you shout - loads of ideas out there and
no doubt we can expect a bumper turn out. 

Here's mine ...

Baby celebrations first and I have to admit that my mojo has taken 
a vacation recently without permission I might add so I've been watching
some You Tube videos and checking pinterest for ideas!


For this one I'd watched a tutorial by Julia Altermann of Just One More Card
and you can see it HERE! I decided to go with a heart die by Wplus9 and I
can't think of a more worthy celebration than a new baby. 

This uses:
Mama Elephant: Carnival Cupcakes stamps & dies
Clearly Besotted: Baby Love stamps & dies
Create a Smile: Underwater Love (for the sentiment)
Promarkers for colouring and some sparkling clear sequins by PPP.

... and another slight 'CASE' card - this time by Laura Bassen, shown HERE

This uses: 
MFT Die-Namics: High Rise number dies
Altenew: Painted Greetings
Memory Box: Cosmic Star dies
Distress inks in Blueprint Sketch, Mermaid Lagoon, Wilted Violet

I also made a very similar card in a different colour way 



As usual the design team have worked their magic with some fabulous
creations and the links to their blogs can be found on the main 
Less is More blog HERE

As always thanks for calling by my blog today and I'll catch up 
with you again soon!

Sarah

17 comments:

  1. Well! You've done it again Sarah! I HAVE to have those high rise numbers now.....my bank account thanks you so much. Lol. Don't they look amazing in the different colour ways? Your blending of those distress inks is superb and it looks like your mojo has returned in force. I love that idea with the baby card too. Awesome. xx

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  2. Fabulous cards Sarah! As soon as I saw your baby card I loved it. Super design and so incredibly pretty and cute! I'll have to check out that tutorial. Your second card and its partner are just amazing, really vivid and the colours have so much pop. They really do feel celebratory - perfect! Have a lovely weekend x

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  3. No missing mojo detected from where I am sitting! I love the bright number cards - like Sharon I now want the number dies :) The baby card is so sweet and I love the way all of the sweet baby images make the heart pop. Have a great weekend xx

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  4. Nothing wrong with seeking inspiration, we all need it something to spark our imagination. Love your sweet baby card, might have to take a look at that video too!
    Thanks for asking me to be GD this week. :)

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  5. great cards Sarah !!!!!!
    Love the babycard !!!!!!

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  6. Cool designs and so bright and zingy those number cards, the first design is adorable and very cute. x

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  7. Simply fabulous collection of amazing cards....your baby card is as sweet as can be.

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  8. Fabulous cards Sarah ! I love your baby card, it is a so clever design and it is so cute ! Julia's tutorial is already on my "TO TRY" list ! The other cards are also very beautiful in those bright colours, just great to celebrate ! Thanks for sharing
    Izzy Scrap

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  9. Gorgeous cards!!! Looks like I have a few videos to watch, but can't help having another look at these before I go ... fabulous, Sarah! Congrats on that true milestone!!!
    =]

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  10. I saw that same video you used for the first card and you did an amazing take on that. Your technique is just perfect!

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  11. Great takes on the challenge, particularly like the baby card design.

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  12. These are all triumphs Sarah, the baby one is SO cute and those numbers are fabulous... I may feel a purchase coming on!
    All wonderful!
    Chrissie xx

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  13. I love the baby card... so sweet how you fitted the pieces into the heart shape :)
    Jenny x

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  14. Fabulous cards! Love the bright colours on the number cards...and the baby card is adorable!
    Helen x

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  15. Such a sweet baby card, Sarah ... and fantastic, graphic and cool numbers ... brilliant! Hugs, Anita :)

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  16. Such beautiful cards here Sarah, your mojo must have returned from what I see here! hope your cold is better too, mine is worse I fear ! hugs Viv ;) xx

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  17. I'm here, I'm here....eventually! That technique on your baby card is awesome, might have to give that a go some time. And your blending on your two number cards is fabulous, love those two. I seriously need some big number dies now too! xx

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