Sunday, 26 February 2012

scraps - new life

Dearest Minions,

This week's less is more challenge is using up some scraps while creating a simple design. I used a piece of left over vellum which I then die cut using a memory box die cut used a HOTP sentiment and hurrah have welcome to the family card. I know it is blue but I think I could send this regardless of sex or number of legs. The vellum was a pain to stick down esp. the doe bum and I was thinking of an end of the day conversation "what did you do today?" "I had problems with glossy accents and a doe's backside and you?"

 I am also entering this into the the wonderful ink on my fingers life challenge this week. This is a wonderful blog inspiring and chatty.

Speaking of life there an amazing article on deep sea life on the BBC website, do have a look.



EE

12 comments:

Chrissie said...

Love this die... great card Edna.
Thanks so much
Chrissie
"Less is More"

Hels Sheridan said...

you made me laugh "the end of the day conversation" :O)) Love the card, it is perfection in its simplicity... what a beauty! Thanks for joining in with the Sunday STamper x

Jan said...

Gorgeous card xx Jan

Mandi said...

I usd this die lots at Christmas
FAB acrd Edna
Thank you very muich
mandi
"Less is More"

Alizabethy said...

Stunning card - and so far I have never had problems with a does backside - I must lead such a boring life!

Susan said...

I just had to have that die...and don't think I've ever used it! You've inspired me!

Marlena M. said...

I love the silhouette. Great card!

mustavcoffee, Gay Peplow said...

Hi EE, Love this cut in vellum, I would have struggled with glueing it down too, looks magnificent, thanks for the giggle:0)Your acetate hangers look great, hard to photograph though:0) Have a great week 'Oh Regal One', Gay xxx

Rita said...

This is lovely and very true to life. Hugs Rita xxx

Redanne said...

This is beautiful and elegant in its simplicity.

Mrs.B said...

Hi Edna, just calling to say 'hello' (no I'm not singing!)
Just had a browse, looking forward to seeing more.
Avril

Anne said...

LOL about the doe's bottom! What a beautiful card
Anne
x