Sunday, 30 October 2016

Getting Fizzical

This week there are celebrations at Less is More - they are celebrations their 300th  week, so of course the theme is Celebrations and Festivals. When I started my blog, I'd never heard the term CAS or realised that it was a recognised style, so I've learned a tremendous amount from Less is More over the last few years.

What could be more suitable for a celebration than a glass of champagne? I've used a magazine freebie die to cut a glass from some champagne-gold card, and also used the same card as a background. I stamped the sentiment (another magazine freebie) and then cut the top layer diagonally and trimmed a little off the bottom edge of the upper part, which I then embossed with the old favourite Cuttlebug swirls folder. To top it with the stamped and embossed layers, I sanded as much of the glitter as I could off the areas of gold that wouldn't show and stuck the layers on with lots of extra high tack adhesive tape.

And now I'll raise MY glass to Less is More - here's to many more of your inspiring challenges!


  1. SMASHING make and so classy too


  2. Ooooh, I LOVE the gold glitter! So eye catching and luxurious in feel. The embossed background really looks great. The whole effect is very stylish and fab! Thanks for playing along in our 300th challenge at Less is More :)

  3. A great celebratory card. Another clever make. Barbxx

  4. Love your use of the gold glitter paper on this card! So perfect for a celebration!

  5. Great CAS design, so classy in gold and white. A perfect card to celebrate the Less is More milestone. xx

  6. Oooh! A gleaming and sparkling take on the challenge and what better way to celebrate than adding a little fizz in the mix! Thanks so much for playing along with us this week to celebrate our 300th challenge at Less is More. Sarah

  7. Love the crisp white embossing with the gold glittery bling. Great choice of design theme for our 300th challenge.
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    Anita x
    Less is More


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