Saturday, June 6, 2020

Thank You

A new challenge is up at Less Is More where the challenge is BORDERS. 

We are generously sponsored by Uniko this month.

To create my card, I used Anna Griffin's Regal Braid 1" x 7" Embossing Folder. Prior to embossing, I swiped 5 colors of distress ink on raised side of the folder. When I ran it though my die cut machine, this awesome design appeared. I stamped a sentiment from Uniko's All Occasion Sentiments #3, and my card was complete.

Please head over to the Less Is More Blog and see what the Design Team has created for your inspiration. I hope you'll play along with us to share your creations and for a chance to win. Remember to keep your design Clean And Simple.

To be eligible for showCASe and PRIZE WINNER choices you will need to carefully follow the guidance on our GLOSSARY OF TERMS and our HOW TO PLAY pages. Your design should feature lots of clean / white / blank / non patterned / non textured space. All challenge details are on the Less Is More blog. Good Luck!

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Use any stamp you have on your project.


Vicky Hayes said...

I love your inked embossed border Stephanie! It almost looks like a woven textile. And that's a great sentiment too (I've been looking for some thank you sets.) Vicky x

Lynne said...

This is a lovely crisp border Stephanie, gorgeous colours and a super pattern.
Lynne x

I Card Everyone said...

Now how did I miss this?? I've come from IG to see more... and I was right, I DO have that border ef! What a fun thing to do with it -I'm gonna have to give it a try!! Just love it, Stephanie!! xx

Leanne said...

Such a great card, nice stamp/colors on the bottom. CAS is my new favorite lately. Thanks so much for playing our challenge at Krafty Chicks.

Leanne ~ DT/KC

Sharon Traynor Designs said...

What a brilliant technique to use Stephanie! The colours look amazing and the embossing folder is terrific. This is really great inspiration for the theme. xx

Neets B said...

Oooh, it's been ages since I inked up an embossing folder and this technique works brilliantly with that design. Fabulous card x

Furrbster said...

Wow I love your border design,

Hugz Tinz