Monday, November 14

One layer is so easy to make multiples...

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Before you read the challenge for "Less is More" and wonder what I was doing please note the following book...
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which was suggested reading on Goodreads for me!

I started with kraft card stock and stamped, using StazOn jet black ink, the image and verse from Penny Black's  "White Christmas" set.
I used my Faber-Castell PITT pastel chalk pencils to color it in.

One layer, clean and simple Christmas card!

10 comments:

Susan said...

Terrific use of kraft cardstock. It is the perfect setting for your beautiful scene. Thanks for sharing at Less is More!

linda said...

the kraft background is perfect for the image; it really pops the white and blue sky and the one layer design is great for mass production! thanks for popping by my blog and commenting and thank you so much for playing along with us at penny black and more!
linda

Shirley said...

A gorgeous Christmas card. Thank you for entering our challenge at Penny Black and More this month.

Shirley

Esther said...

I really love how the image goes with the Kraft card stock. It gives a quiet and subtle, yet very festive, feel that suits the winter wonderland theme so well. Great book idea! Thanks for playing along with us at Less is More :)

brenda said...

An elegant Christmas creation, many thanks for joining us at Penny Black and More challenges.

B x

Margaret said...

Love your card -a great take on the challenge

Margaret said...

Love your card -a great take on the challenge

Neets B said...

The colouring with your chalk pencils really pops on this card base, the kraft works brilliantly. A lovely little scene.
Thanks for sharing with us.
Anita x
Less is More

Sazzle Dazzle said...

This is just perfect and I love how the colours pop on the kraft cardstock - it's so beautiful. Perfect one layer card and perfectly CAS too. thanks for playing along with us this week at Less is More. Sarah x

Bobby said...

The chalk on kraft gives such a soft feel to your beautiful winter scene. Thanks for sharing your card with us at Addicted to Stamps and More.