Thursday 18 June 2015

New Home

Today's card is a one layer 'New Home' card.  One layer cards never get any easier to make, but somehow I managed to stamp everything in the right place first time!

The image stamps are by Lavina and the sentiment is an old Inca stamp.  The fairy door was stamped with a Memento ink pad, so I could colour it with Promarkers and I stamped the fairies and sentiment with a Versafine ink pad.

I would like to enter my card for the following challenges:


  1. You rock the one layer cards! I have such a time with them. Your stamping is perfect!

  2. Perfection! Not sure I've ever made a one layer card. I have enough difficulty with CAS (and don't do layers too much either!). Love the way you've used this super Lavinia set. Really looks so fab the way that you've done it. You just rock! TFS & Happy wkend.

  3. It's a fab make - reminds me of Bilbo Baggins' home too!


  4. What a great one-layer beauty! Great stamping!!

  5. What a beautiful card - I love Lavinia stamps! Wonderful scene! Thanks for playing with us at ATSM!

  6. Wow, such a sweet little card, love that fairy door!
    Thanks so much for sharing at Less is More and ATSM this week, Anita x

  7. Beautiful CAS card Liz, great image and details.,
    Hugs Pam x

  8. I love this little fairy door, great stamping. A lovely new home card.
    Jean x

  9. This is so striking... simply terrific card!
    Thanks so much
    "Less is More"

  10. That's one super clever image and brilliantly stamped Liz, perfect in fact.
    Sorry I didn't get to you before the LIM challenge closed but thanks so much for playing along and ATSM too.
    Sarah x

  11. I love that fairy door. And you did a beautiful job coloring it. The fairies in black really pop. Stunning. You did a fabulous job on this one layer card.

  12. Congratulations Liz!Beautiful card-I just love that little Fairy door-so sweet!
    Nessa xxx


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