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Less is More and One Layer Simplicity challenge

Masculine is the theme at Less is More - a challenging subject.....

The One-Layer Simplicity Challenge theme is - Can You Repeat That? I am still playing around with my Stamplorations Graphic Pentagon set - trying to explore all the possibilities..... Somehow I was stuck on red and black and ended up with a masculine birthday card! The dots I made with a TCW stencil. The sentiment is  Hero Arts Essential Messages. Added two enamel dots. Voila'
I am also linking this card with the Inspired By... challenge - I discovered it today and thought my card fits quite well - you gotta love this inspiration  picture!


And here is more - I got this wonderful card from my blog friend Susanne - what joy to get an unexpected card in the mail! Thank you Susanne!

And today - more mail goodies - I won those in the CHNC challenge - if you don't know about it you should check it out! Thanks Hazel!

And that's it for today - thank you for visiting and all your lovely comments - I love to read them!


Laurel said…
What a great card, love how you have placed the hexagons! Wonderful take on the inspiration! Thanks for playing at Inspired By.
Desire Fourie said…
A stunning take on the photo inspiration. Awesome stamping.
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sandie said…
great card-funky use of this set...I just made a card for this challenge-I do love the photo! But it will be posted on Wed x (will pin this for youx)
Elizabeth said…
A super card - a great interpretation of the photo and I like the hexagons. EW xx
Anne said…
Great colourscheme for a guy card and what a great inspiration picture you used.
Thanks for joining Less is More's masculine challenge this week
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Susanne Vargas said…
That's a great take on the inspiration picture and a creative new way to use hexagons! Love it! Thanks for the shout out!
Chrissie said…
I'm sorry I'm so late in visiting!
This is really terrific!
"Less is More"
Flo said…
Die beiden Karten gefallen mir sehr gut. Die männliche wirkt stark!!!
Kim Heggins said… both of your cards! Fabulous take on your inspiration are amazing!
Vicki Dutcher said…
How fun with your "repeating" dots and hexagons with the colors~

ps thanks for the heads up on my PP Cut Above Win!
shirley-bee said…
Love the red/black colour scheme and how well the pentagons go with the stencilled dots. Love that inspiration photo too, I'm off to look!
Nonni said…
Fun masculine card! Love your design with the pentagons.
Anonymous said…
You have created real movement in your hexagon card, very nicely done.
Heather T
Kanan Pandya said…
Love your trendy one layer card, Cornelia and the one which your friend send you is gorgeous too. Congrats on wining those goodies. :-)
Monika Reeck said…
you lucky Girl...lovely stamp sets you have dear Cornelia...and hihi I didnt see your card at Laurel challenges INSPIRED BY...yeah...Lovely card too dear...

Wie gehts...lange keine Mail von dir...ich danke dir für die Valentines Karte liebe Cornelia...du bist sehr fleissig ich habe so wenig Zeit und diese Woche meine Sohne haben School Urlaub tja...mal sehen ob ich wieder blogging again hihi..


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