Sunday, July 23, 2017

Less is more #338 & SSS Flickr challenge #76

Hello!
Today, I'm sharing a CAS card using only die-cuts.


I die cut some images from white card stock and distressed them using Tim holtz distress inks and added splatters of water. For sentiment, I also die cut blocked message from navy cardstock. Then I arranged all the pieces on a white card base using foam tapes, and finished off with some sequins.





I'm entering this into the Less is More Challenge #338 and Simon Says Stamp Flickr Challenge#76.



Dies I used are Summer Greetings, Set Sail, and Splashy Waves all from Simon Says Stamp.

Thanks for reading this post.
Blessings.
Marge.




10 comments:

Sue said...

Very sweet card, Marge. Lovely choice of colours and die-cuts, perfect for a summer card.

Marge said...

Oh, thank you so much for your comment, Sue! I'm so happy with your sweet words! Happy Sunday :)

Izzy Scrap said...

Fabulous marine scene ! Love the design you succeeded to make only with dies ! Very creative take on our challenge! Thanks for sharing and for playing along at Less is More!

Trina P. said...

What a fun card, Marge. The diecuts are coloured beautifully with DI. Thank you for joining us this week at Less is More.

Marge said...

Thank you so much for your encouraging comment, Izzy !

Marge said...

Hello, Trina!
Thank you for your lovely comment ♡♡
The challenge theme is so inspiraing, and others' cards are just wonderful. I'm learning from them. Thank you so much!

Esther said...

I love this card with the clean, bright shapes and colour blocks - fantastic! Such a fun design and perfect for our "no stamps" challenge. Thanks so much for playing along with us at Less is More :)

Marge said...

Oh....! Thank you so much for your kind comments, Esther :)♡

Neets B said...

I love the fun and playful feel of your card, and the blocks of colour from the different elements work wonderfully together.
Thanks so much for sharing with us at Less is More, Anita x

Marge said...

Thank you so much for your encouraging comment, Anita! ♡