Monday, 28 November 2011

Less Is More week 43 - a bit of bling

This week at Less Is more the recipe is 'a bit of bling'. Easy for me as I just love my Swarovski hotfix crystals and a few usually find their way onto my cards!

I love this Nordic Winter set so much and have made several different Christmas cards using the set so far. My favourite stamp of all of them are these 2 little reindeers.



They look wonderful embossed in white on this vibrant blue card by A.Muse. I used super fine white embossing powder so that the reindeers didn't lose their tiny stitched detail. A little lilac crystal in the center of the snowflake and voila!



Thank you for looking today! I am off to see all your wonderful creations for this week's challenge now with a nice cuppa :)

12 comments:

  1. How lovely and unusual. I love the blue and white together-great card.

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  2. That is a cool stamp! Like an old favorite snuggly sweater. Looks great of the bright blue!

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  3. Beautiful card, lovely the image
    Beryl x

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  4. A beautiful card. That's a fab stamp. xx

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  5. Oh this is trememdous
    Perfect for us
    thank you so much
    mandi LIM

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  6. The detail on these reindeer is stunning. SUper card!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  7. Hi Penny, great to see you in blogland again :)
    A gorgeously CAS card and your right about the detail...it's almost like you've stitched them on the card! I'll have to try this stamp set in white too :)
    Jenny x

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  8. This is fabulous. The white embossing looks great on the blue, and I love those Nordic images. :) Ann Y.

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  9. Fabulous detail, Penny. Looks just like cross stitch work - Great CAS card!:)

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  10. Love the white on that heavenly blue Penny and the rhinestone is the perfect finishing touch!

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  11. The white on the blue is stunning and I thought it was cross stitch until I read your post, gorgeous Karen x

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