Back again with an entry to the first Less is More challenge of 2013 which is a colour challenge using ‘Black and White with a touch or a splash, a hint or suggestion, a dab or a patch of a colour of your choice’. It has been so long since I have had the time to join the LIM entrants but, now with my Dad finally sorted and settled, hopefully I will be able to join in on a much more regular basis!
I started this very simple card by making a panel using the heart stamp from Confetti, stamped in Basic Black onto Whisper White and matted onto a strip of Basic Black cardstock. This was then matted onto a square of Whisper White and a couple of score lines added down the sides. The sentiment is a retired SU stamp and my ‘touch of colour’ is a tiny Cherry Cobbler heart punched with the Owl Builder punch positioned next to the sentiment. This was then matted onto a 10cm square Basic Black card blank.
For the challenge I have had to remove 'word verification' from the comments however I am now trying the 'not accepting anonymous comments' - whether it works or not I'll have to see so if it causes anyone problems please let me know and I'll stop experimenting. To illustrate how annoying this is, below is one of 6 comments that were awating moderation this morning (all spam!)
Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "Belated Birthday":
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Now if anyone can tell me what on earth any of that has to do with a birthday card
I'll STOP moaning :0) Even the grammar is rubbish!!