I am excited to be joining the Less is More team for February as they celebrate their birthday! It continues to be a great challenge to play along with and the DT are super talented :)
I used my Birds in Flight stencil with Chipped Sapphire Distress Oxide and a sentiment from Stamplorations. A bit of washi tape at the bottom of the card and some yellow twine complete the design.
I love this colour combo and enjoyed coming up with a design that has lots of white space :) Do check out the fab inspiration that the rest of the DT have to share with you over at the LIM blog.
Thanks for stopping by,
What a welcome image of balmy summer days Sarah! Such a gorgeous card and a perfect use of the colours. I can almost hear the waves crashing on the shore and those seagull cries. Fabulous CAS card. Thank you so much for being our wonderful guest designer xxReplyDelete
Welcome back to the blog this month. Such a fun and bright card! We miss you!ReplyDelete
What could be more perfect for a navy and yellow challenge than your birds flying into the sun. This is glorious, Sarah.ReplyDelete
Stunning card, Sarah. I love that bird stencil, I could think of so many card designs for different occasions with it. All the white space looks fab and the twine is a fun detail! Great to have you joining us in this challenge!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous, Sarah ! A beautiful scene for this colour challenge. Love your bird stencil ! And what a lovely CAS design. Thanks so much for being our talented Guest Designer ! xReplyDelete
Another FANTASTIC card, Sarah. II just love that stencil,a nd the addition of the twine and washi are just perfect. The font on the sentiment goes beautifully with the rest of the elements in your design.ReplyDelete
Such a fantastic theme to use for these colours, it works perfectly, and the blending of the sun is spot on. So lovely to have you back with us, Sarah, and with another card showcasing your awesome stencils! xxReplyDelete
wow, that stencil is beautiful. I must take a look at your shop! Your design is fantastic, Sarah! Thanks for guesting with us over at Less Is More xxReplyDelete