Thinking Of You

onsdag 16 mars 2016

Hi there!
Today I have a card for Less is More and their One Layer Sentiment challenge. 

I used a Inkido stamp for the sentiment, clear heat embossed it and then used masking technique to create the heart and the background. I have used a Spellbinders heart die, The CraftersWorkshop Mini Tile Texture stencile and a Inkido flower stamp together with Distress inks and Copic pens.
I couldn´t resist adding a detail in the form of a small textile heart.
Thanks for visiting!
Hugs, Birgit

I´m also linking up with the following challenges:
Through The Craft Room Door - Anything Goes
Crafting From The Heart - Anything Goes
Craft Your Passion - Anything Goes
That Craft Place - Anything Goes

12 kommentarer:

Esther sa...

How very pretty, and what a fab job with the masking and soft background! Great LIM entry!

Karen Ashbrook sa...

Gorgeous card, love how you've combined the stamping and stencilling. Karen x

Gibmiss sa...

Fabulous card....
Hugs Sylvie x

Chrissie sa...

This is super Birgit, the sentiment looks fab.... I wonder what it means!
Thanks so much
"Less is More"

Sazzle Dazzle sa...

Fantastic showcase of your sentiment, fun, vibrant and CAS card with brilliant masking.
Thanks for playing along at Less is More this week.

Susan sa...

Great one layer card that looks like the heart pops! Thanks for sharing at Less is More!

Angela Radford sa...

Great card with brilliant shading. Thanks for joining in at That Craft Place and good luck with the challenge, Angela x DT

Tammi Cremeans sa...

Great card. Thank you for joining us over at Craft Your Passion Challenge. Look forward to seeing you again.

Craft Your Passion, DT

Carla Brooke sa...

Lovely card, thanks for sharing with Crafting from the Heart!

Kathyk sa...

Simply super Birgit

Katrina Brown sa...

Your masking is beautiful! Love the colors….so much beauty in just one layer! Thanks for sharing with us at TTCRD.

Neets B sa...

So much dimension from your colouring, lovely card.
Thanks for sharing with us.
Anita x
Less is More