Saturday, 10 December 2016

Less is More Challenge #306

Morning friends, are you ready for another challenge from Less is More?
Are you all Christmassed out with festive challenges? 

This week it's our 'dreaded' ONE LAYER CARD week and the theme for this one
is Outlines so you can go festive or not - however you please so long as it's
clean and simple and on the one layer! 

Here's mine and it's a two-fer using the same image on both from the recently released
 Marvellous Mehndi set by Uniko but heat embossed on different cardstocks.
 I can't decide which I prefer ... what about you?

The sentiments are from the very newly released Most Wonderful and Simply Said II




It's the 'holiday' challenge over at Addicted to Stamps & More
so I'd like to head over there with this one 


Also Kylie's 12 Days of Christmas Cards HERE
I'm delighted to be sharing a card with Kylie on Monday so 
hope you'll pop back and pay us a visit then!


Don't forget to head over to the main Less is More blog HERE
where you'll find all the links to my fellow teamies blogs and catch 
up on their wonderful outline cards too.

Hope you'll play along and have some fun.

Sarah

15 comments:

  1. The one layer sensation by Sarah. Wow - this is a ripper! LOVE the embossing and your design. Thanks so much for playing along in my 12 Days of Christmas Cards challenge xx

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  2. This mandala card has to be one of my all time faves from Uniko and it works perfectly for Christmas. Love the crisp embossing on your cards - elegant and CAS! I hope you are having a good weekend x

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  3. WoW! The blue card is just gorgeous.

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  4. Both beautiful and elegant, Sarah. Love the crispness and detail of the image.

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  5. Just beautiful...I've this idea for these modern Christmas cards!

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  6. So striking and elegant... beautiful! What a fab stamp. I can imagine it being used for all sorts of occasions year round, which is great, but it does work so well for Christmas! Both background versions are fab, creating such different looks. Really gorgeous!

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  7. Oh lord, I've not bought this stamp yet but I think I'm gonna have to now! These are so stunning, Sarah, and I can't decide which one I prefer, love em both! And how do you keep your cards so flat after embossing such a large image?! Just gorge! xx

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  8. Be still my beating heart! I think they are both simply stunning! Great work xxx

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  9. ok i now need this set... she says going shopping

    gorgeous, and you know how much i love coloured card bases

    Jen xxx

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  10. Sarah you're causing quite a stir with these gorgeous mehndi's - stunning, truly!!!
    =]

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  11. I love this image, so beautiful.

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  12. ooh pretty in blue but I think my fav is still the white one.

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  13. Wow, that is one lovely stamp, both really beautiful cards xx

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  14. Both very rich and opulent. I was going to say my fave was the white but now I've seen the turquoise in the flesh I love that one just as much! Xx

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