Monday, 29 August 2016

Last of the peel offs ...

It would seem that lack of sleep can sometimes increase your productivity - this is the second card of the day!  I also need to thank the "Less is More" team for inspiring me, yet again, with an interesting challenge.  I promise that this will be the last as I have now exhausted all my ideas!!

Once again alcohol inks and peel offs are involved but this time with the addition of acetate.  Firstly I smooshed cranberry and raspberry inks for the baubles and then lettuce and bottle for the background.  I cut an aperture in the card.  Added the peel offs to the acetate and them fussy cut the baubles, added some silver thread and adhered them to the back of the aperture.  I cut a piece of the, now, green acetate to fit the aperture and adhered it behind. Added the sentiment and that, as they say, is that!!

This will be my third entry in the challenge at "Less is More" where the recipe for the week is to "... Use sticker, sticky label or peel-off.

All that is left to do now is to hide the peel-offs back in the deep recesses of my cupboard!



  1. WOW! Elaine you are rocking! Love this Christmas beauty and so thrilled you've played along at Less is More and we've given you the excuse and inspiration to use those peel-offs. Thanks so much. Sarah x

  2. Impressed at your productivity! This is gorgeously vivid and festive in feel and I love the inclusion of acetate. Fab LIM entry, well done!

  3. What a terrific idea for a holiday card. Your lack of sleep is paying off :) Thanks for sharing at Less is More!

  4. Sorry you have lack of sleep Elaine but you have made a lovely card here all the same. Great use of peel off's ;) Viv xx

  5. Crikey, you really are on a roll this week ELaine... super job yet again!
    Thanks as ever.
    "Less is More"

  6. Elaine, you've knocked our socks off this week. What lovely creations and I love this beautiful colour combo. From the gallery this week I think we can safely say that stickers shouldn't be hidden, I love what you've done with them.
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    Anita x
    Less is More


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