Monday, 6 June 2011

Less is More - Monochrome

As many of you have commented that a photo might look better I have added one above so you can compare.

This is my entry for this week's Less is More Challenge- which is to use only one colour. I have used a Kanban stamp which was part of last week's QVC TSV. I stamped in Adirondack Cranberry and used a water brush to blend the colours.
Thank you to everyone who commented on last week's card - I do appreciate them and I think you were all right - I should have left the mount off or put it in the middle.


  1. This is great Sue, although I really prefer to see a photograph of a card rather than a scan is they seem to sap all the vitality from the image. Thanks so much for joining us again this week, we really do appreciate it.
    Lady LIM
    "Less is More"

  2. Beautiful card Sue, I love the colours you've used too. Hugs Rita xx

  3. This is absolutely gorgeous, love the image
    Beryl x

  4. Very nice and looks great in Cranberry


  5. your card is just beautiful! gorgeous image!

  6. What a beautiful stamp Sue
    Nice placement.
    I think the scanning of your card has bleached it somewhat, which is a shame.
    If you can take a photo, you can edit it in a free download Picasa. Maybe it will tweak scanned pics too, not tried!
    Thank you
    Diva LIM mandi
    Less is More

  7. such a lovely CAS card, I love the main image

  8. Smashing card and love the image stamped in cranberry. Annette x

  9. A lovely card - fab stamp

  10. What a gorgeous stamp and it suits the challenge perfectly.

  11. Beautiful stamp and awesome coloring! :) Lovely!

  12. Hi Sue

    The photo certainly does your card so much more justice cos its gorgeous!


  13. Gorgeous image and card, the photo certainly makes it look like a card, if you know what I mean.

  14. I think the photo of the card is a better representation of the card. I love the shape...and the image is fabulous!
    Susan@Keeping in Touch


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