Wednesday, 2 July 2014

LIM Thank You

Well this is an unusually late scheduled post to share a card and  some very good news.
First off the rank is this card for the latest Less is More challenge - use something recycled.


Now I had a little difficulty here, I love to save bits and bobs but what I could use that was recycled, then I found a piece of card that I'd played with around Christmas, using a new technique. I had seen, on one of the Copic sites I think, how to make a water colour effect using Copics and nail varnish remover! You scribble the colour onto a glass surface then spray with the remover. Had to do this in a well ventilated space away from naked flames for obvious reasons! Then very quickly take a mono print from the ink, great effect but it does get on your chest a bit, not one to do on a regular basis. So that is the coloured paper under the die cut butterfly which I cut from a piece of a card which had got a crease in while embossing, hence the margin which is a little larger than I would have liked. The string was in my bit box but was the wrong colour so I inked it with matching Copics and tied it in a knot as there wasn't enough for a bow. Stamped sentiment from the set I borrowed from Di, gave back then borrowed again! Told you I was a cheap skate. The bit of self adhesive bling was rescued from the side of my sequin bits box. 
This is another of  Nich's thank you cards, just a few more to go!


Now for the very good news. As of midnight I am part of the - 



Whoop whoop!!!!!

I love this challenge and entered their DT call not expecting to get anywhere, so I was over the moon when the email dropped into my inbox from the wonderful Kylie asking if I would still like to be on the team. Would I ever! Thanks Kylie, I can't wait to join in the fun and work alongside the rest of a fabulously talented team.
Pop over to see who the girls are who make up the new DT over at ATSM, some you will recognise, some who are fairly new on the scene, but all incredibly talented.

Nite nite :0)

15 comments:

  1. LOVE this CAS beauty, Julie! Absolutely stunning. Welcome to the ATSM team!!! xx

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  2. Gorgeous card - CAS perfection!

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  3. Love the effect of the splattered paper on this very pretty card xx

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  4. This is such a beauty :) welcome to the team Julie !

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  5. How lovely is this card !!

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  6. Your designs absolutely amaze me! Simple...perfect! Less is definitely better, it lets the beauty of the elements shine.

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  7. Fabulous card, Julie. I always forget about using negative die cuts and I love the effect you created although a bit worried about the process, be careful of those fumes!!! Thanks so much for your sweet comment on my ATSM post, I can't quite believe it either, it was such a great feeling announcing it all. Great to be your fellow teamie and looking forward to seeing your creations xx

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  8. Beautiful CAS card, love the way you've used the butterfly negative die cut, so effective and such pretty coloured spatters. Congrats on your DT position too, Cathy x

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  9. Lovely card. Thanks mum and congratulations on the design team.

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  10. A great CAS card Jules, 2 Bs - blue and butterfly, a winning combination! Congratulations on your new DT role, would so love to do that some day! Stef

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  11. Really pretty and feminine card and great use of your recycled item
    Thanks for sharing
    Sarah
    Less is more

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  12. Beautiful card Julie. LOVE the effect of your design from the copics technique ... luckily you were able to use this gorgeous paper considering all the danger of making it :) Love your CAS design ... the rhinestones are the perfect finishing touch.

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  13. This is a lovely effect, but I can understand you not wanting to do it too often... must be quite smelly!
    Super design.
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  14. Super card and congratulations on your DT place!
    Thanks for joining the Less is More Challenge this week
    Anne
    LIM Designer

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