Sunday, February 26, 2012

Don't scrap it!


The challenge this week at Less is More is to use your scraps. Well, I have PLENTY of those!

I did some digging around and found some white ovals that I had never used in my scrap box, so I grabbed one of those, and a stray piece of Tempting Turquoise card stock.
I used SU's Thoughts and Prayers stampset, black ink for the sentiment and Tempting Turquoise for the branch. Then I added a few pearls to the centers of the flowers.

I'm off to check out the other cards in the challenge.....


16 comments:

Sharon said...

Beautiful card Laurie. That stamp is gorgeous and the little pearls are a great finishing touch.
Sharon xx

Jen said...

absolutely gorgeous.. love everything!

jen xx

Kathyk said...

Lovely card and a smashing colour scheme

Kathyk

Rosemary said...

beautiful, beautiful card!!

Vicky said...

Beautiful card Laurie. Simple but stunning!
Hugs, Victoria ~x~

Gillian said...

Simply beautiful

Susan said...

Laurie, this is just beautiful!! LOVE that image and the pearls are just the perfect addition! Might have to check out that stamp set!!

Suze Bain said...

Such a lovely card Laurie. xx

Chrissie said...

Simply beautiful Laurie, this is a fabulous card!
Thanks so much
Chrissie
"Less is More"

Elaine said...

Beautiful design and lovely colour. Those gems on the stamp just finish it off nicely!

Aileen said...

Beautiful card. The large oval looks great on the turquoise background. x

Mandi said...

GorgeoUS card LAURIE

Thank you very much
mandi
"Less is More"

Viv said...

Such a beautiful card Laurie and the colour is so lovely too :) Viv xx

Jenny said...

Wow your card is so pretty and simple too....it's a great example of Less is definitely more :0)
Jenny x

Monica said...

So pretty and delicate, the pearls speak volumes...

Monica xxx

Erin said...

Your cards are absolutely beautiful! I'm hosting a handmade card swap on my blog and would love it if you join us!

http://makingmemorieswithyourkids.blogspot.com/2012/02/homemade-card-exchange-wanna.html