Tuesday, 7 July 2015

LIM week 231 red white and blue


When I went to the workshop with Ali Reeve the other week we did vaseline resist, I was keen to try at home and so was having a play with one of her union jack stencils. Little did I know that Less is More would then have a red, white and blue theme this week, so it fitted perfectly. I decided to put this little guard on it, which is from a card that was in a London hotel room. I have several from when I used to stay there with work, each with three little images on and far too nice to throw away! I thought he fitted this card perfectly and I then added this SU sentiment.

I also got a union jack die a few months ago and had been playing around with it but my efforts hadn't made it onto a card. So this was what I came up with - again an SU sentiment and some ribbon that I have been hoarding.


I'm also entering at ATCAS as the theme there is Patriotic.

10 comments:

Sazzle Dazzle said...

Fun and fabulous Linby love your red, white and blue theme and it's certainly patriotic too which is the theme over at ATCAS if you fancy linking up there we'd love to have your card in the gallery. Thanks as always for playing along at LIM. Sarah x

brenda said...

Two very patriotic cards Lynn and love the little guardsman on the first.

B x

Deborah Artliff said...

Hi Lynn what a great pair of cards I love them both but I love the softness of the first one.
Thanks for sharing.
Debs xxx
{Debs Cards}

Sazzle Dazzle said...

Great to see your card over at ATCAS too Linby, Thanks so much. Sarah x

Jane said...

Hi Lynn, thanks for your very sweet comment you left over on my blog...you would love Sicily and yes the Fabriano paper is just amazing..totally strokeable! Crafty hugs xx

Neets B said...

Two fabulous British cards, and a perfect little home for your guard :)
Thanks for sharing with us.
Anita x
Less is More

Ceal said...

oh I love your British cards! thanks for sharing with us at ATCAS

Anne said...

Such a stylish union jack and I'm so glad you kept the guardsman to use with it!
Thanks for joining us this week
Anne
Less is More

Anja Curvers said...

Hi,hi, love your take on the challenge. Thanks for joining us over at ATCAS.

Jaydee said...

Oh... that "everything stops for tea" had me laughing out loud. How fabulous is that??!! Makes my English, tea-loving heart happy! They are both fabulous cards. Such great takes on the challenge. So glad you joined us at Addicted to CAS this week
jaydee