Saturday, January 23

Silhouette (Less is More)

 This challenge was a lot of fun. 
I have used many solid floral stamps in my card making but rarely use the silhouettes I have of humans.

 This card has the silhouette stamped with StazOn black ink. I then used my circle die to cut a circle on a post it. Using Distress pads of Mustard seed and Wild honey I sponged in the sun.
This is my submission for:

However I couldn't stop there...
Though this is not for the challenge I wanted to share. 
I cut another post and placed it on black card stock (who says clean and simple has to be white?). I sponged ColorBox white ink to make the moon. I did two layers of sponging letting it dry in between. Cutting another mask of paper to create the snow I sponged very lightly. Once all the white dried I stamped my image using black StazOn ink. The text is stamped using the ColorBox white ink.

Never limit yourself.
Think outside the box!


11 comments:

  1. Terrific cards! I like the masking, especially the white moon and snow ~K

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  2. Both cards are beautiful. The black version has a serene feel to it and the white one is so happy.
    Sharon xx

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  3. White on black is always very stylish, you have a fabulous winter scene here. XOXO

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  4. Fabulous both of them both very dynamic.

    Marie

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  5. Both cards are beautiful!
    Christine

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  6. Wonderful cards. Have a nice day, Ankie

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  7. 2 adorable cards and I'm loving the cuteness of that first one in particular but both use perfect silhouettes, super CAS and thanks so much for playing along this week!
    Sarah xx
    Less is More

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  8. Two stunning creations, love that dramatic black!
    Thank you so much
    Anne
    "Less is More"

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  9. Lovely take on the challenge, both cards are beautiful!
    Annie

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  10. Two wonderful silhouette cards. Love the choice of black for your second card, and your image on your first is so crisp! Great work.
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    Anita x
    Less is More

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