It's holiday time again for me ... with school closed for the two week Easter holiday, there is plenty of time for family and crafting (and the odd bit of housework!).
To start the proceedings I have a card for this week's challenge at "Less is More" - the theme this week is 'Polka Dots'. The only polka dots I could find in my stash were (in my head) Christmas colours so what kind of card could I make? A Christmas card? No! Although I promised myself not to leave my Christmas cards until the last minute I just wasn't in the mood for Christmas! So with polka dot paper that wasn't inspiring the only option left was to create my own polka dots! This is not something I would recommend if you need a card in a hurry!!
First I created a panel using alcohol inks and Yupo paper and left it to dry. Then taking a regular hole punch I created loads of dots! I marked out a card panel and adhered the dots one by one to create the pattern and left it to dry! I added a strip of the waste down the edge of the card, stamped a sentiment and added the dotty panel to the card base using foam adhesive.