Saturday, 28 April 2018

GD at Less Is More


I'm delighted to be guest designer at Less Is More where the inspiration for this fortnight is a fabulous sketch.


Here's what I made.


I hope you will join in!

Thanks for visiting my blog x

13 comments:

Crafting Queen said...

Really lovely card, love how you placed the images.

Brenda in IN said...

This is a cute card and a great take on the inspiration sketch. Congratulations on your GD spot.

Nonni said...

Fabulous card, Sue! I love the scene you created with the sketch. The window you cut out looks great, I love this idea for the sky. Very creative card with stunning results! Thanks for being an inspiring GD at LIM!

cotnob said...

A super card Sue, a brilliant take on the sketch.
Congratulations on your guest design spot.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
x

Susan said...

Such a fun card...thanks for being our guest!

Trina P. said...

Sweet scene card, Sue! The circle cutout with the beautifully watercoloured sky peeking through... LOVE IT! Fabulous use of the sketch. Thank you for GD at Less is More. xx

Sazzle Dazzle said...

What a fantastic design and take on the sketch Sue, so thrilled you agreed to be our guest designer for this one. Looks like you and Anita shared the same idea but so different too. Loving the inky back ground and those delicious colours on the balloons add so much fun. Enjoy your week x

Izzy Scrap said...

This is fabulous, Sue ! I love to see all the different takes of the inspiration sketch, and I love yours very much. What a beautiful sky you've done here for these balloons ! Very creative design. Thanks so much for being our talented Guest Designer for this challenge ! Have a fabulous (crafty) week ! x

Nonni said...

Hi Sue! You had left a comment asking about gel pens in my blog -don't know why I noticed it only now! I answered in my blog but in case you won't get a notification, here's what I wrote:

"Hi Sue! I have several but my absolutely favorite is by Pentel. If you google for "Pentel hybrid white gel pen K118" you'll find it. I've bought mine in an artist supplies shop in London but it seemed to be available in Amazon for example. Also Sakura makes a decent gel pen and Sigma pen has wonderful white ink but it can be a bit fiddly to work with. The pentel pen works like a dream and I want to repurchase it soon! :)"

Have a good day! xxx

Sharon said...

Your interpretation of the sketch is superb Sue. That's a beautiful sky behind the colourful hot ait balloons. Great idea to have an aperture too. Sorry I'm late popping over to comment - had some last minute travel plans to sort out and I've only just had time for blogging. Anyway, you've been a super guest designer. Thank you xx

Neets B said...

Sorry for the late comment, Sue! It's so great having you with us for this challenge, and great minds think alike eh! I love how you've added the sky through an aperture and used it as part of the sketch, so inventive xx

Mia said...

Your card is soooooo pretty, Sue. I love air ballons on sky! Kisses, my friend.

Skye said...

A terrific card. A great take on the sketch. I like the idea of the cut out being the sky. Congratulations on being a guest designer