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From x stitch I moved into card making - now I am playing around with mixed media! I am taking part in different workshops and with help from crafty pals, learning about different mediums and techniques. Hope you feel inspired to create after a visit to my blog - Happy Crafting!

Thursday, 12 January 2012

Predominantly Purple

is what they are looking for at the Less is More Challenge blog this week. This was a perfect challenge for my  craft buddy the Purple Princess who is up to her 7th entry..pop on over and check out her fablicious entries!

I decided to go for a sympathy card as when they are needed the last thing you want to do is be looking for your mojo. I used Kraft as a base and stamped in memento grape jelly (think that's right) which was unopened until now.

I added some gems to the centre of the flowers just for the extra loveliness.

Here's hoping I don't need to use this card anytime soon, the stamp is by Kanban and it lends itself to endless possibilities.


clare said...

looks really great. love the kraft and purple combo!

Wishcraft said...

Lovely card Debs, such a gorgeous stamp :o) Lisa x

CraftyC said...

Looks beautiful Debs, like you said dont really want tom smother it!

Cherry said...
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Cherry said...

Just perfect Debs, great card, stamp, colour and design. Hugs Cherry XXX

Jenni's Jems said...

This is lovely x

coldwaters2 said...

This is fabulous Debs, i do like that colour you have used on the stamp I think the simplicity of the design is perfect for such a sad occasion.
Lorraine x

CraftyLoops said...

This is stunning Debbi. Lee x

Chrissie said...

This is a lovely delicate card Debs.
Thanks so much
"Less is More"

Lisa said...

Gorgeous, I have that stamp too. I love your craft base as it looks slightly ribbled like parcel paper could you tell me where you bought it? Thanks Lisa xxx

Mandi said...

Lovely simple card DEbbie
i may have been tempted to add a couple of punched flowers, for some interest
Super nevertheless

Thanks very much
"Less is More"