Wednesday 18 February 2015

One Layer CAS

Out of my comfort zone today for the Less is More challenge this week.  A one layer CAS card! No room for mistakes I can cover up!  LOL!
The stamp is Woodware 'Birdy Couple'. The image is coloured with Promarkers.  I've  added a little Glossy Accents over the hearts and used a clear Wink of Stella glitter brush over the veil to add a bit of sparkle.

My second card for today is in production, but I cannot find the stamp I need to finish it anywhere!  All suggestions for organising my clear stamps, other than piling them in two large boxes, will be  gratefully received!  I think someone is telling me I need to tidy my craft room and put everything back in its right place before I do any more crafting...... I may be away for quite a while.


  1. Oh Liz! I LOVE THIS!!!! CAS and just perfect! Such a cute cute image too. Great job and a wonderful card.

  2. Love the fab image,this is

  3. Hi Liz,nice card,this birds are very sweet!!!

  4. This is darling. I love that image. I wish I could help you organize but every time I do I can't find where I put things. Organizing doesn't help me!

  5. This looks perfect Liz... you look like an old hand at this particularly telling genre of card!
    Thanks so much
    "Less is More"

  6. Beautiful CAS card Liz, adorable image, hope you find your stamp..

  7. A perfect one layer card Liz and beautifully coloured.
    Great image and sentiment
    Thanks so much for sharing and taking part.
    Sarah xx
    Less is More

  8. You aced this one layer, and did you ever! Cute stamp, beautifully colored and I love the CAS look on this bright & sweet card. Good luck with finding the missing stamp. Maybe it's with 2 of my Northwood Christmas stamps! TFS & Hugs

  9. Liz what a fab one layer creation, love it!
    Thanks for joining our love challenge
    Less is More


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