I am privileged to have been invited to be the Guest Designer this week at the (Simply) Less is More (LIM) challenge blog. The theme this week is polka dots. So put on your "clean and simple" cap and take a few minutes to create a card.
I used white textured cardstock to create a panel for my card blank and punched five circles along the left side. I taped a scrap piece of polka dot patterned paper on the back to show through the holes. I stamped my sentiment on white cardstock, matted it with black cardstock, then adhered it to the panel. Next, I stamped my flower pot image onto white cardstock and cut it out. I stamped the flower pot again onto another scrap of the polka dot paper and cut out just the pot. I used a Sharpie to color the front rim of the pot black then adhered it to the white image. I used a gray Sharpie to give a bit of contrast to the inside rim at the back of the pot. To create a bit of dimension, I glued the pot flat against the space to the right of the sentiment, then added a pop dot behind the bloom. The panel was then matted with black cardstock and adhered to my card blank.
I hope you will find some time this week to play along with the Less is More polka dot challenge. We all need cards and this is a perfect recipe challenge for making one! You can find the details here.
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