Wednesday, 8 June 2011

Yet more Less is More!

I'm sorry, this must be getting very boring, but I'm back for a 3rd time with some more monochrome cards for Less is More!  I promise this is my last entry for this week.



Both using a Hero Arts stamp, stamped with memento inks onto white linen card from Papermill Direct. For the black version, I've stamped once in London Fog and again in Tuxedo Black, and for the purple I've used Lulu Lavender and Grape Jelly.  Added a teeny bit of glamour dust to the flower centres - hardly showing in the pics.  'Thinking of you' sentiment is from a Kanban set and 'with sympathy' is computer generated and punched out with the Stampin Up 'word window' punch.

I might be back later with another creation - although I promise it won't be another LIM one!  I've got to take Morgan to the docs after school though because he's hurt his leg, so I might have to blog this afternoon's card tomorrow.

47 comments:

  1. These are gorgeous Lisa. I can't decide which I like best. No one told as when we started this LIM lark we would be adicted! Do you think we can sue them two lady diva's??? lol
    xx Jan

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  2. They are both fabulous Lisa
    Your style is super, as ever!
    CAn you tell me what that flower is called, I love it!

    Thank you so much
    diva LIM mandi
    "Less is More"

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  3. I've found the stamp!

    Thanks Lisa

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  4. Hello Lisa. These are both very beautiful and so delicate and calming.
    Lots of love, Sandra xxx

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  5. these are just so stylish!!! Love them! Hugs Juls

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  6. Lisa, your posts are never boring!! These are beautiful and I love them both. Hugs Denise xx

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  7. they are so stylish and beautiful!
    xxx Margreet

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  8. stunning cards. love both ideas. especially the black one - perfect for a sympathy card x

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  9. Absolutely beauitful cards! This monochrome is abit addictive isn't it? I'm off to make some more!

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  10. Not boring at all Lisa, really quite beautiful I think.xxx

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  11. Just lovely, love them both!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    Lady LIM
    "Less is More"

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  12. I don't mind how many LIM cards you make, Lisa, because they are all gorgeous :)
    But I hope you're not trying to avoid diminshing that paper stash!!!! lol xx

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  13. Both are just gorgeous and would look fabulous in a range of colour tones. Hugs, Claire x

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  14. FAB-U-LOUS indeed - love them both but (being a purple princess) I HAVE to say I prefer the purple colourway and grape jelly - what a fab colour?!?!?!

    Kathyk

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  15. these are fab cards !!! great !
    greetings, martina
    x

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  16. Lisa
    your less is more cards are fantastic. I hope we see more of them
    hugs sarah x

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  17. Wowzer Lisa!! This is totally stunning hun!! I love the different colors, but I am such a fan of the purplish shades!! :) HUGS

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  18. Fabulous card - loving it in both colour-ways

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  19. These are fabulous Lisa, certainly not boring!
    Helen x

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  20. Had to laugh at your paper ban, that is a weakness of mine too, although your card without them is fantastic, that is a stunning stamp.
    Chris x

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  21. They are both gorgeous cards Lisa. Still not got round to trying less is more myself!
    Clairex

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  22. You're really quite a fan of monochrome cards :)
    These are two beauties as well, love the shadow stamping :)
    Jenny x

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  23. Two gorgeous cards Lisa - love the flower and the colour choices - very elegant.
    Enjoy your evening.
    {{Debs}}xx

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  24. They are both stunning Lisa...!

    hugs Vicky xx

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  25. Beautiful cards Lisa! Love this Hero Arts stamp!
    Hugs, Victoria ~x~

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  26. Hi Lisa
    These are gorgeous!Love them both def not getting bored :)
    Hope Morgan's ok? xx

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  27. Boring never har har just addictive anyway another two wonderfull cards Luv Sue x

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  28. Pretty cards. Love the colours.
    hugs
    Sharon x

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  29. stunning cas cards lisa, so stylish :D

    xx coops xx

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  30. Stunning, stunning cards
    Beryl x

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  31. Hi Lisa

    Two lovely cards .. .. I think the blue one is my favourite.

    I hope you got on OK at the doctors.

    Love Jules xx

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  32. Love your purple card. Great design. x

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  33. Gorgeous Lisa!! You are on a roll with these fantastic CAS cards xx Jenny xx

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  34. This has to be my favourite out of your 3 cards. The purple one is gorgeous. xx

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  35. Wow Lisa they are gorgeous and I love the simplicity of them. hugs Shirleyx

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  36. Two fabulous and stunning cards, I love the colours.

    irene
    xxxx

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  37. Both absolutely stunning, Luv Sam x

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  38. I am really loving your LIM work at the moment, so you do as many as you want! Lovely. xxx

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  39. these are GORGEOUS!!! wow!!!!!!!!

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  40. Hi Lisa, your cards are fabulous, love them both, simple and gorgeous, Gay xx

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  41. Hi Hun
    sorry i have not been here for few days, two gorgeous cards, you are brill at these CAS cards hun, sue,x

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  42. Two stunning cards. Carol x

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  43. Hi sweetie you could never bore us hun with any of your cards.
    These are gorgeous I love the stamp you've used. I do find these soooo darn hard all I want to do is throw flowers & gems & lace & ribbon.......all over it lol. You do a fab job of them.
    Hope Morgans leg is ok shug.

    Lotsa hugs Vicky xxx

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  44. Lovely! LOVE the purple one! :)

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  45. Two GREAT cards, but I do believe that the purple one is my favorite!!
    Susan@Keeping in Touch

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  46. Oh these are gooooorgeous! Beautiful stamping :-) Love 'n' hugs, Mel xx

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