Saturday, September 7, 2013

thank you: Less is More!

thank you: Less is More!

I saw this brilliant card entry (HERE) by Nessa
and her card inspired me before I even saw the inspiration photo!
So, cheers Crafty Laydee
I will play along too!

Thanks for the inspiration!
I hope you
 play along too!


Supplies:
Neat and Tangled Across the Card
Tsukineko Brilliance Graphite Black
Inks: Tim Holtz for Ranger Distress Ink Mowed Lawn, Crushed Olive,
Memento Potter's Clay, 
Versa Color 154 Bark, 182 Bisque, 60 Celadon
Die: Cherry Lynn Designs: D135 Large Leaves#1 Set of 5
Cloud Vellum

RUST and GREEN




12 comments:

MichelleZ said...

WoW! This is gorgeous. That inspiration photo is daunting. I NEVER would have been able to come up with what you did. You have an artistic eye.

The Crafty Laydee said...

Oh Wow! Kimberly i LOVE this :)
Gorgeous use of the colours-and thank you soooo much for the shout out hunni,very much appreciated :)
Have a happy Sunday,hugs,Nessa xxxx

Shannon J said...

Oh man! Beautiful detail on the leaf! Stunner of a card!

maria f. said...

Goodness - that card is awesome. What a rich leaf. And so cool when I saw the inspiration photo -- I've always been mesmerized by that girl.

Veronica Z said...

Your card is stunning! It makes me even more excited for the arrival of Fall!

Fat Dormouse said...

Lots of people have used leaves as their inspiration, haven't they?! Yours is really stunning. Well done.

Dormouse.wibsite.com

Joyce said...

This is fantastic. Your leaf is just beautiful, and I love how you did the sentiment. I have that set, and honestly, I do not know why it never occurred to me to put it vertically like that.

Jackie said...

This is so striking! What a fantastic CAS interpretation of the inspiration photo! Love it!

Jen said...

great card kimberly

Thanks for joining us this week
Jen x
"Less Is More"

Chrissie said...

This is just fab!
Thanks so much
Chrissie
"Less is More"

mypapercraftworld said...

Stunning, Kimberly, the depth of colour is amazing ... beautifully autumnal1 Anita :)

Kim S said...

The leaf is lovely and your use of that simple word strip is a perfect touch!