Less is More #469 – Colours (Traditional Christmas) – For You

Happy Saturday everyone. It’s time for a new challenge over at LIM. The challenge is to create using the theme: Colours (Traditional Christmas)

Today I chose a wood block stamp from Penny Black – Gift Tower, copic coloured.

Using MFT Postage Stamp dies, I cut one from white card and one from gold glitter scraps (from last year’s crackers)- mid size and smallest.

The image was trimmed to fit onto the frame and layered up on the gold piece.

The smallest one had the senitment from an old Docrafts – Winter Wishes mini stamp set added before layering on the gold piece.

The pieces were added to the card front at different angles for interest.

Please head over to our blog and check out the wonderfully inspirational work by the rest of the Design Team!  I hope you will find the time to join our challenge.

I look forward to seeing what you create!Β  Good luck!

Please head over to our blog and check out the wonderfully inspirational work by the rest of the Design Team!  I hope you will find the time to join our challenge.

I look forward to seeing what you create!  Good luck!

Thanks so much for taking the time to visit.  I love to read your comments.

Stay safe

Cheers

Helen

Challenges:

Happy Little Stampers Christmas Challenge – Anything Goes – Option Gold

MLCCB #45 Anything Christmas Goes

The Holly and Ivy Challenge # 119 – Anything Christmas Goes

Die Cut Divas Challenge – Christmas in July

Snippets Playground Challenge #432 – Christmas in July

Author: momentsofcrafting

I live in sunny Queensland, Australia with my husband and daughter. Since I was a child, I have always loved to create and have enjoyed all kinds of crafts, sewing and painting. China painting helped develop my understanding of colour and design. Over the last few years card making has taken up a major part of my crafting time as I love to play with new techniques and mediums. Since beginning my blog, entering various challenges has encouraged me to grow my skills and creativity.

20 thoughts on “Less is More #469 – Colours (Traditional Christmas) – For You”

  1. A lovely CAS festive card here.
    Thanks for coming to play in the Snippets Playground. It’s a scorcher here in the UK, so we’ve got out the paddling pool and are having cocktails by it. xxx

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    1. Thanks so much for your kind comments Sarn! Yes, I’ve seen the heat wave you’re having. Sounds like our Christmas here in December!! I must admit I’d like it to be a bit more summery here in Aus now!! Cheers! Enjoy a cocktail for me!! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

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  2. Fabulous design and image love it. Thank you for joining with us over at Merry Little Christmas this month. hope to see you in further challenges
    Elaine DT

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  3. I really like your image and how wonderful you colored it for this challenge. The gold make it pop. Awesome job with the LIM challenge.

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  4. So cute and adorable. So glad you joined us at Die Cut Divas Christmas for our July Challenge of “Christmas in July” and always using a die cut or embossed panel.

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