Monday, 8 August 2011

Flag inspiration

The Less is More challenge this week is ....

This week it's time for another colour challenge and for your delectation this week, we have decided to ask you make a card  using the 
We should be able to see quite a variety of colours this week as we are fortunate enough to have crafters from all around the world sharing in our challenges. If you could describe the colours of your flag or include an image of it, that would be great.

This is my card based on the Union Jack

For the background I used a piece of red card & a piece of spotted Bazil both of which i put though my nifty tool to make them corrugated to give a bit of texture. 
I then mounted them both onto a piece of blue card.

I then stamped the image onto the blue card using white ink & cut off part of the image & inked the edges to give a bit of definition.

Here you can see the blue base coming through the white ink.

To finish I stamped the sentiment straight onto the card.

So there you have it my Union Jack inspired red white & blue card.


Pauline said...

Lovely card, beautifully done.

Debgem said...

This is lovely - I like the texture in the panels and the flowers look super. I've had another play Here's mine!

Chrissie said...

That was inspired to stamp in white on blue... it's made a fabulous effect. A truly terrific card.
Thanks so much
Lady LIM
"Less is More"

Angelnorth said...

Very smart-looking card Rachel, great job!

Beryl K said...

Great card
Beryl x

Elizabeth said...

Gorgeous card!! Great idea.

Mandi said...

Love all the texture Rachel
Striking card
Thanks so much
diva LIM
"Less is More"

Suze Bain said...

A great CAS card. Love the corrugated panels. (must try and use my crimper more often!) xx

craftytrog said...

Fantastic card Rachel! x

Jenny said...

What a fabulous effect you've achieved and I love the texture too :)
Jenny x

Aileen said...

Love your card, Rachel. The whole balance is perfect. Love the texture and your focal image. x

massofhair said...

I really love your Paper Artsy stamp, using an outline really lends itself to this type of image. Really like how you've put your card together:-)

Kathyk said...

An unusual and lovely multi textured card


Faith A said...

This is lovely, love everything about it