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Saturday, 9 November 2019

New Challenge at Less Is More!


HI friends!

I'm here with my DT card for the new Less Is More challenge: That's Torn It. Very fun and unique challenge theme!


The month of November is sponsored by Catherine Pooler. 


Play along in all November challenges for a chance to win a fabulous prize and to be called to guest design for us in the future! Please head on over to our challenge blog for all the challenge details and more inspiration from our fabulous team. 

In my card I've used a wintry floral image by Stampendous and sentiment by CAS-ual Fridays. The base layer where I've stamped the flower is kraft card. I've first stamped it with regular black memento ink using my misti leaving the stamp in the misti for the duration of my coloring. After the coloring I've re-stamped the image with Versamark and heat embossed it with gold. I then glued the top layer with the torn window and did some extra tearing until it was to my liking. It still looked a bit boring so I did some inking for a more aged looked... It was starting to look very nice but then I sort of over did it and it looks a bit dirty now, yaiks. :) But... That's the way it is turn out. :) I added some Stickles detail to the berries and called it ready!

I'd like to join:
Stamping Sensations: Traditional Christmas colors
Watercooler Wednesday Challenge: Feminine Anything Goes





16 comments:

  1. What a beautiful floral image! I love your colouring, the gold embossing and the torn edge window adds a vintage look. Thank you so much for playing along with the Penny Black and More challenge.
    Linda

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  2. What a pretty design and the gold embossing really works so well with the Kraft card, many thanks for sharing and joining in with our 'Christmas' themes at Stamping Sensations and Penny Black and More challenges.

    B x

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  3. Lovely colouring of a lovely image. Thanks for sharing with us at Stamping Sensations

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  4. When I saw this in the DT gallery at LIM, my jaw literally dropped, Nonni! It is spectacular!! Hugs, Darnell

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  5. Just gorgeous Nonni! Your little torn Christmas image is beatifuuly coloured. Thanks so much for joining us at Watercooler Wednesday Challenge this week.

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  6. Gorgeous card, Nonni! Thanks for joining us this week at the Watercooler Wednesday Challenge. Marsha DT

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  7. I love the gold embossing and wonderful coloring! Thanks for joining us at Watercooler Wednesday Challenges!

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  8. Kaunis kukkakortti ja upea väritys.
    Kiitos kun olet mukana Penny Black and more haasteessa;-))m

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  9. What a perfect card Nonni! Your colouring is flawless...I actually thought you had found a vintage topper and used that. A perfect way to add a torn edge too. I love this card xx

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  10. Added to follow your beautiful work. This card is so gorgeous

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  11. You're so talented, Nonni. Absolutely loving your foliage colouring once again, and the torn section just adds to the lovely vintage feel xx

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  12. Wow! Absolutely stunning, Nonni. Not only this gorgeous floral that you always coloured so beautifully (like your previous cards), but the way you use the cue word to make a window! This is so clever and it gives such a striking vintage look to your card. You totally rock this one again ! Have a fabulous day. Hugs x

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  13. Nonni, this is so wonderful. I love the image and your cooring, but the tearing around it is genius. What a wonderful vintage look. Awesome creation!

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  14. A fabulous christmas card in traditional colours! Your colouring and embossing is beautiful. Thanks for entering it at stamping Sensations this month and good luck!

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