Pretty Purple Butterflies…

Hampton Art Butterflies stamp set with Distress InksRecently I’ve been thinking that I would like to enter some card challenges. I mentioned that to my friend, Maaike and she suggested that I enter the Less is More challenge. This is the first card I’ve ever submitted to a card challenge. The challenge was based on a color theme of turquoise and lilac.

To create the card, I stamped the butterflies and sentiment in Distress Ink (Wilted Violet). I then applied Distress Ink (Peacock Feathers) through a stencil.


To learn more about the challenges at Less is More; just follow this link:



6 thoughts on “Pretty Purple Butterflies…

  1. How fab that we’re your first ever challenge – thank you! And what a lovely card. The honeycomb stencil is the perfect background to those gorgeous butterflies and sentiment. Thanks for playing along at Less is More, and hope to see you with us again soon!

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  2. We feel honoured that you chose us for your very first challenge and what a fab card you made for it.
    I hope that this will be the first of many more submissions to our challenges!
    Thanks so much
    “Less is More”

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  3. What a wonderful use of our colour combo here. Superb stamping and stencilling and a perfect design for our challenge. So pleased you found us and it’s always fun to have a newbie playing along with us. Thanks so much for joining us at Less is More this week and hope you’ll play again too. Sarah

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  4. Well done on entering your first ever challenge and thank you for making it Less is More. Great stencilling amongst those lovely butterflies, and perfect for our colour challenge.
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    Anita x
    Less is More

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