Wednesday, 31 August 2016

LIM #291 - stickers

When I saw the challenge on Less is More this week was sticker, sticky label or peel off 
I did wonder what I could do as I donated all my peel offs sometime ago. I do have some Penny Black Stickeroos but in the end I remembered these transparent scrapbooking sentiments. 

I used one and then using the TH splat die cut it twice, once in black gloss and once in red and offset them. I then used a little bit of my new sticks frame die, which I feel belongs on every card I make at the moment!

I'm entering this into the Less is More challenge and also at the Snippets playground as the dies were cut from the snippet box.

I went on a fused glass workshop at the weekend and it made me smile when the tutor said he had a snippet box - of glass! The other participants marvelled that he saved even the glass dust we swept off the table at the end. He showed us small pieces of jewellery he had made using the offcuts. My pieces should be in the kiln at the moment ready to showcase soon.......

9 comments:

Esther said...

This is a super card, so stylish and classy - I absolutely love it! The sentiment and splat go so well together... just awesome! Great job!

Goblinf said...

I'm all curious, did he say what he did with the glass dust?

Sue - said...

Love your card, the black and red just go together so well.

brenda said...

I really like the colours on this pretty creation Lynn.

B x

Juls said...

Love it xx

Di said...

Wow Lynn, what a fab card. Wonderful sentiment and I do love the pop of the red 'splat'! And I can see why you love the corner die so much - I've been eyeing them up since Dona used hers!

Thanks for coming to play in the Playground.

Hugs

Di xx

cotnob said...

This is brilliant Lynn, such a fabulous sentiment and great CAS design.
Pauline
x
My Personal Blog: Crafting with Cotnob

Sharon said...

Love the elegant simplicity of your card. It is really stylish....and what.a fab sentiment too. Thank you so much for joining us at Less is More.
Sharon xx

scrappymo! said...

Fabulou sentiment and (of course) card too.