Thursday, July 8, 2010

Clean, simple and quick!

Happy Thursday! It's almost the weekend, woohoo!

Today I have some super simple cards to share that I made a week or two ago. I wanted to make a set of cards to put together as a gift and these are some of the ones I came up with.


I don't know if I've ever been able to pull off a one-layer card that looks this good - so I just kept stamping! So simple, yet somehow elegant. I think I made 12 or 14 in about an hour. I liked them so much I made a few to have in my stash too!

The are so basic, that I found them a bit difficult to photograph and they do look nicer in person, but you get the idea. :)
Hope you are having a great week!
Cheers,
Shanna :)
What I used:
stamps: CTMH - Intrinsic Backgrounds (D1335), Moments, Kanji Phrases (C1339)
Ink: black
paper: white and mauve cardstock



10 comments:

  1. Beautiful, Shanna! They are so clean and simple, love them!

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  2. Very pretty! I love the clean lines! Sometimes, less is more....and that is definitely the case here. GORGEOUS.

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  3. Simple and elegant. My fav kind of card.

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  4. Oh Bananna you have knocked my socks off with these little beauties! They are stunning and i love the black and white. Check out http://simplicitybylateblossom.blogspot.com/ what this woman can do with one layer is truely inspirational. She cracks me up too!
    Well i'm off on my hot date with Edward Cullen tonight. Did you know that Forks really is a place? I googled it and couldn't believe it! They even do Twilight tours! I totally though it was a fictional town.
    Cant wait to hear your summer camp story.....!
    Have a fab crafty weekend.
    Linds xxx

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  5. These cards are fabulous! I have seen them in person and they are a great simple card and there is nothing wrong with a little simplicity in life.

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  6. Your cards are awesome! Love the black and white - perfect for CAS.

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  7. These are fabulous, very eye catching, clean cut and sophisticated!

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