Monday, March 14, 2016

Less is More with a One-Layer Sentiment

One layer again with Less is More, and the sentiment is in the spotlight.   I chose a Wordsworth sentiment with a background of Color Burst colors.  (They are messy to work with  and they produce unplanned results. I suggest masking very bit of cardstock that you prefer to stay white!)  


Esther said...

Great quote, and a fantastic 'arty' background - you've achieved so much visual interest in this. I really like this card!

Sharon said...

That's a great tip for the colour bursts. The results may be uncontrollable but your background is a wonderful piece of art because it has so much depth. Fab quote too.
Thanks for joining us at Less is More
Sharon xx

Tish said...

Hi, Evelyn,

Here you go again..Creating the best card of the bunch!!! What I like is the curve..and the way you positioned the quote. I have forgotten about the Wordsworth stamps. Since I love to do just the simplicity of watercolors...and then have white space, the word stamps are incredible.

Thank you for sharing. I hope you all are out of snow now and ready for spring. We are into summer.
Hope everyone's health up there is good. More and more people I know are getting in bad condition, just from getting older. Do you have stamp for us old people??


Leslie Miller said...

Sometimes unplanned results are the best (or not). Looks like everything worked out good here! Another great quote!

Lisa Gordon said...

What a wonderful quote, Evelyn, and I love the watercolors (?).

Karen Ashbrook said...

Just love that background and such a great sentiment too. Karen x

Bożena Adamusińska said...

Brusho always makes great pictures. Your card is amazing.

Chrissie said...

I LOVE this Evelyn, the inking is wonderful!
Thanks so much
"Less is More"

Kathyk said...

Super make and colours


Anne said...

Stunning inking Evelyn - and I love that sentiment!
Thank you so much for joining us at "Less is More" this week
"Less is More"