Saturday, 4 August 2012

Less is More - Blue & Green

Finally Saturday, feels like I have had a very long week. Work and life seem to have taken over recently and of course the Olympics, hehe, and I don't seem to be finding time to do anything else.

Not managed to participate in the Less is More challange the last few weeks,but managed to have a quick go today.  I have been playing with my new Cameo Silhoutte and downloaded this image this morning.  I had to cut this out a few times on different mediums to get the final cut, which is actualy cut on vinyl.

I am not a fan of blue & green but I do like these shades together.  Not sure if Chrissie & Mandi will go with this being less is more, not much clean space with this one but I do love the idea.

Off to have some tea then hopefully get some time to do some blog visiting, while watching more Olympics :)


Chrissie said...

Good to see you again... you are right about the lack of White Space Suzilou, but it's a fab piece of cutting from your Silhouette!
Thanks so much
"Less is More"

Skye said...

An amazing design and great colour combination

Aida said...

Gret card!

Marijke said...

beatiful card,

Mandi said...

Terrific design, albeit no white space
Good to see you again
Thanks so much
"Less is More"

Dotty Jo said...

Wow, this is stunning! I must get cracking on my LIM card asap. We went to Winterbourne Gardens In Edgbaston today. Well worth a visit if you like a beautiful garden and a nice hot chocolate on the terrace afterwards! Jo x

Susan said...

Oh my! You will LOVE your Cameo!! What a beautiful card you've already created with it! I haven't tried the vinyl yet...but I use my Cameo ALL the time, especially for scrapbooking! Love what you did with the card...I might have to find that gsd file!

Victoria said...

Stunning card - the intricate detail is absolutely amazing.

Craftyrose said...

I confess to not being a fan of blue and green either, but this looks fabulous hun! xx

Zippy said...

Fantastic design and fab colours xxx

xxxtglxxx said...

This looks great! :) Looks like a perfect cut to me too. I experiment with lots of different card and blade adjustments. I have a stash of practise card (which I know always cuts well) and so if I have a fussy or detailed image, I cut it on that first to see if it actually works in that size. (saves wasting good card too) ;)

If I get a good clean cut on that, then I know if I cant cut it on my chosen media, its not the machines fault! :D lol. I have never tried vinyl tho!