Saturday, July 8, 2017

AAA Cards - Challenge #94 - One Layer on a Coloured Card Base Collaboration with Less is More

Hello everyone,

We are back with another game but something a bit different. We are joining Less is More and we are very excited. 

I used a Fireworks die from Lawn Fawn and cut that on to the coloured card base. I stamped the sentiment with Lawn Fawn Jet Black ink and added some sparkle with a  Spectrum Noir glitter brush marker.  



We would love if you headed on over and visit both blogs and link up your cards. On our blog you have a change to win a $20 gift card to the Happy Little Stampers shop. We always enjoy seeing all the wonderful CAS cards you create.  


AAA Cards Challenge Blog

 Less is More Challenge Blog






Thanks for stopping by, see you again soon!!

Coralynn :)




11 comments:

  1. Oooh! I'm loving that luscious green card base Coralynn. It sets off your firework perfectly and all that gleaming shimmer is just brilliant. A fun and clever take on the challenge.

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  2. very clever use of the colored cardbase

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  3. How beautiful is that exploding firework on the green card base! Superbly CAS and completely gorgeous.

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  4. Your card is AMAZING, Coralynn!! Love how fireworks pop on the green card base. :o) xx

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  5. Fabulous card ! Love this creative idea ! Your firework is absolutely gorgeous with the Spectrum noir glitter ! Thanks for the inspiration ! Great to team with you all for this fortnight !

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  6. What an eye-catching card Coralynn! I love the firework - such a great focal point and I didn't realise it was a die until I read your post!

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  7. Such a great idea to use a die cut and then the glitter pen to add sparkle! Really pretty card Coralynn :)

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  8. Great CAS card Cara Lynn,I love it 😀 Viv xx

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  9. I love the green, Coralynn! Reminds me of pretty green grass and leaves. =)

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  10. That's a really unusual colour base but looks brilliant for the explosion.

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