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Less is More sketch challenge

It's a sketch challenge this week at Less is More.




I rotated the sketch to make my card.




Ingredients:
Grey card stock from Craft Creations
White linen effect card stock from Craft Creations
My Favorite Things Scribbles Dienamic
Daley Rowney watercolours
Kuretake waterbrush
Clearly Besotted 'A Little Sentimental' hello stamp
Ranger Antiquities Weathered White embossing powder
Sakura Quickie glue pen

If you'd like to play along with the Less is More challenges each week, check out the blog.

Thanks for stopping by!


32 comments:

  1. I love the subtle tone-on-tone look of your "patterned" half!

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  2. Love your take on the sketch. Karen x

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  3. Love how you rotated the sketch for your pretty card!

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  4. Beautiful colour combo and a super treatment of your oblique panel!
    Great card Esther!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  5. Such a beautiful and elegant card!

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  6. Beautiful card Esther. I love the tone on tone with the pop of colour and also I love that you've flipped the sketch too! :-) x

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    1. Thanks ever so much Tracy :) x

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  7. Hello Esther: I love your card, the grey tone on tone background makes your pink flower really pop!!
    I love those die cut flowers, for an instant, I thought you did this with an embossing folder, looks beautiful.
    Thank you for sharing.
    Hugs,
    Maria Rodriguez.

    PS. I've been AWOL for about 10 days with hubby on vacation, it's been fun but not much time to craft, miss it really bad!! Tomorrow, things will go back to normal.

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    1. Thanks so much Maria! I noticed you'd not been around - glad you had a fun vacation and looking forward to seeing you at LIM next week :) x

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  8. Witaj
    Twoja interpretacja obecnej zabawy w LiM bardzo mi się podoba.
    Dziękuję też za odwiedzenie mojego bloga. To bardzo sympatyczne.
    Pozdrawiam
    lin_ka

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    1. Dziękuję za miłe komentarze! (I hope I got that right!)

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  9. The sketch looks fantastic the way you rotated it Esther. Fantastic texture and the delicate watercolouring on the focal flower is perfect. Great to see you again at Less is More.
    Sharon xx

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  10. Great interpretation by rotating the sketch, and pink and grey are a wonderful combo. Oh, and I do believe the purchase of your new scribble dies may be my fault! lol
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    Anita x
    Less is More

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    1. Thanks! Really glad you enabled me - I love them and have the other circle scribble dies and stamps on my wishlist now as well! x

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  11. Absolutely stunning as always Esther. Love the colour combo with pink and grey working so perfectly together. I'm loving the scribbles too and I was trying to play with that set today too. Unsuccessfully for now but you've rocked it! Thanks for playing along at Less is More this week. Sarah

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    1. Thanks Sarah! I could really have done with the leaves to soften the flower but alas, that will have to be next month's payday, ha ha. It's a fab set, isn't it!

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  12. A great card Esther! I love the soft pink against the grey, and the way you used your diecuts to create the texture for one section. A fab LIM card this week!

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  13. Really beautiful take on the sketch, Esther! Love grey and pink combo!

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  14. Esther, love tour take on the sketch, pink and grey look so pretty together and how you used that scribble rose, just perfect.

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  15. Loving the grey and pink combo Esther, super LIM card. Sorry for the late comments this week ;) Viv xx

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    1. Thanks so much Viv! Great to see you here xx

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  16. This is so elegant and pretty. x

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