Only 2 weeks to go before Christmas is upon us....it will be great to take a bit of time out with family but I need to get my skates on and get organised!! However, before I get going, I have some cards to share with you for the latest challenge at Less is More. It is one layer card week and our theme this week is to use outlines on your cards. See what you make of these:
I simply stamped and masked the images from Altenew's Beautiful Day and Painted Butterflies in black on a white card base. The lovely, light sketchy style of the stamps works really well for leaving it without any further colouring (I think)!
Of course, I had to make a Christmas card as I don't think that I am going to have enough to see me through this year! I used the fabulous Hero Arts Ornaments stamps in a range of bright colours, masking them to create a bit of depth. The lines on the ornaments add enough colour and detail without the need for anything more. The sentiment is from Papertrey Ink.
Finally I used a cool sketchy fashion outline stamp from Tim Holtz white embossed on a dark blue card base. I stencilled some white lines at the bottom to ground the image and a sentiment from Simon Says Stamp. A few white splatters complete the card.
3 quite different one layer cards featuring outline images. I hope you like them!
The DT over at Less is More have lots more inspiration to share with you too.
Thanks, as always, for stopping by,