May 27, 2010

OLW– Overlapping!

Morning eveybody,
What a weather today here! Its cold and raining. My house is scattered with damp clothes and its miserable outside.I don’t like layering clothes because it comes heavy and I get headaches because of  heavy clothing around my neck. I survive mostly on a dose of paracetamol on days like these.

Anyway, I have couple of cards for Susan’s One Layer Wednesday challenge and its “Overlapping” this week. Overlap a sentiment with an image or images on the one layer card. Here is the link to her challenge.

These are my take on the challenge.
For this card, I have used Prima and PTI stamps using SU Close to Cocoa, Tempting Turquoise and Old Olve inks and sponged the edges with Tim Holtz ink.
This card has SU’s Sip by Sip stamp set stamped using Sand Sahara and Basic Black inks and edges sponged.
I am actually enjoying one layer cards. So beautiful, crisp and clean. I think I should stop buying pattern paper. Thanks for the challenge one again.Have a great day!


  1. love both of your cards, especially the colors on the birdhouse!

  2. love your blog and both one page cards, the multi colored house card is fantastic..

  3. These are both GREAT! I can't wait to play along with this challenge!

  4. Love both of these, especially the first one. Sorry you're having cold, soggy weather. Hopefully June will be better.

  5. Beautiful! Love both your cards!

  6. Both cards are awesome!! Really LOVE that SU stamp….do they still make it?

  7. Two great cards! Love the simplicity. I need to make more of these types too.

  8. Just great, love them both xx

  9. Both cards are great, love the inking around the edges!

  10. both of these cards are fabulous…well done!!!

  11. Both cards are adorable but I love more the birdhouse it has a lovely color combo..btw, I just make a card for the One layer Wednesday Overlapping too…would you mind to hop to my Blog?Many thanks before hugs, Monika

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