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Less is More Flourishes

I know...two posts in one day!  I couldn't help it!  I was having too much fun in my craft room not to share this one ASAP.  I kept looking at the new stamps from Club Scrap's Celebration kit and was thinking they look like half of hearts. 

Some of that thinking could be that I've been thinking about Valentines cards.  I have a mirror image stamp pad that I haven't had much success with so I thought I'd break it out and OWN IT! After a few practice runs, I think I got it down.  I'll leave the process for another blog soon...I promise.
So...back to Less is More's Flourish challenge.  What I really like about this challenge is the "one layer" concept.  Too many challenges have elaborate cards that I in the heck do you mail that?!  One layer...that is it.  You have to be able to ROCK that stamp image because you can't add a flower or embellishment over your stamping mistakes.  I admit it was hard not to add a ribbon or jewels or brads, however I LOVE the end result!
Club Scrap stamps and papers.



  1. Gorgeous sentiment, stunning stamping and perfectly flourished!
    thanks so much for playing along this week!
    Sarah xx
    Less is More

  2. Great use of the flourish stamp. Great card!

  3. This is a fantastic flourish... super card!
    Thanks so much
    "Less is More"

  4. Wow this mirror stamping looks great! CAS, striking and great sentiment too.
    Thank you so much for your entry
    "Less is More"

  5. A lovely result with your mirror stamping, and what a great flourish stamp.
    Sorry I'm so late visiting!
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    Anita x
    Less is More


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