It's been an interesting time of late. It's one thing when your mojo gets up and goes but quite another when your mojo's alive and well but life's little hiccups get in the way of your crafting!
And so, it was with great pleasure that I sat down last night and made a card for the Less Is More challenge this week. It's a colour challenge, and the colours to be used are neutrals. Now, I may still be fairly new to crafting, but I do have a history of dabbling in interior design, as I love fabric and paint, and neutrals are my favourite things.
I stamped it a couple of times and coloured it in, but when I stamped it again I decided it was so beautiful on its own that there was no need for more colour. It's stamped in Soft Suede, by the way. I added 3 little brown gems from Wild Orchid Crafts.
I've mounted it on a section of Soft Suede (my favourite SU neutral) and cut the edges with the Four Frames punch, I love this effect. I couldn't resist adding the baker's twine, I hope I don't get penalised for it, as it has a little green in it.
I've mounted the whole lot using dimensionals onto a 15cm square of Very Vanilla card. It fascinated me that a rectangular topper looked so good on a square base.
I'm very pleased with this card and think I will be sending it to my son in law for his birthday as it has a good masculine quality to it.
Thanks for dropping in today, let me know what you think of the card, and I'd like to say a huge thankyou to Chirssie and Mandi for setting such brilliant challenges each week, I really enjoy taking part.
Have a great week, everyone.