Monday, 27 February 2012

Spread Sunshine


A warm welcome folks, back for another go at the Less is More challenge and this week it's use your scraps up.



 The Hero Arts circle was intended for another card a few weeks back but just didn't work with what I was trying to achieve at the time so ended up in my shapes drawer, the small daisies and scrap of burnt orange bazzill card came from the same project.


A bit disappointed with the sharpness, or the lack of it, of my sentiment. Saying that doesn't look so bad in the flesh.

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x

15 comments:

Aud said...

Really nice card, I entered this challenge as well, Nice crisp embossing there Carol, I dont think there is anything wrong with your card at all, sometimes the photos dont do them justice. Hope you had a nice weekend. Aud x

Doreen said...

This is just gorgeous Carol,love the lace.xxx

Susan said...

Love the bright colors...and the daisies look awesome! Are they made with a punch?

Maribel said...

Very beautifull, I love

Carol said...

Great use of your scraps Carol. Carol x

Lisa Jane said...

oh wow what gorgeous daisies
Lisa x

Pearl said...

Its a beautiful cheerful card! I love daises!
Love Pearl x

Chrissie said...

Super card Carol!
It's a really fabby colour combo!
Thanks so much
Chrissie
"Less is More"

Jayne said...

Delightful card, lovely design and colours and such sweet flowers! Love Jayne. x

Cheryl said...

oh Hun,this is just one super card Hun,the colours are amazing and great use of your scraps too Hun hugs Cherylxxxx

Aileen said...

I just love your daisies! Super zesty colour scheme too. x

Mandi said...

Lovely card Carolann, so springlike

Thank you very much
mandi
"Less is More"

Jackie said...

A beautiful card, love the colours. I've been using up scraps myself :o)
Jackie xx

lilyf said...

The card is absolutely stunning Carol, love the vibrancy of the flower. How many sleeps to the show?

GinaA said...

This is a super design, the way the circles, dots, scallops and the weave of the lace work together is so complementary.

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