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Ballymoney, County Antrim, United Kingdom
I'm Lorraine a mum of two - Callum and Kerrie, happily married to Ivan and 'mummy' to Jazz and Toodles (our 2 cats). We live in County Antrim Northern Ireland

Sunday, 17 April 2011

LIM Acetate challenge

Another Less Is More card, this time using acetate.  I split a black pearlescent DL card and added a strip of white glittered acetate in between to make quite a long card.  I have kept the embellishments to a minimum with a small flower stamp and a tiny sentiment.  No gems this week.
Lorraine x


  1. Cor love what you did with the acetate and I love the length of this card it's perfect.


  2. Hi there, great card, I love that you used the same Kanban acetate as me and in a totally different way, simply beautiful:0) xxx

  3. Lovely card! There are sooo many cards this week where a piece of the card has been replaced with acetate (mine included) but they all look so different.
    P.S. Hope you don't mind me saying but you have word verification on x

  4. Great card and love that you've made it in landscape format, it works really well :)
    Jenny x

  5. This is super Lorraine, a great use of acetate!
    If you could link to your actual submission for our challenge and not your entire blog that would be a great help.
    I noticed that Donna mentioned that you also have Word Verification enabled, if you could turn this off that would be a great help.
    If you're unsure of how to do this just email us and we'll lend a hand!
    Thanks for joining us once more!
    Super job!
    "Less is More"

  6. Super card, 'splitting' sections of cards looks FAB, I enjoyed doing mine
    If you could link your post with the submission rather than the whole blog it makes for ease of finding the correct card later on
    Thansk for joining us
    Less is more

  7. Love the insertion of the acetate...looks fab!

  8. Beautiful card..Chrissieann x

  9. Lovely card Lorraine, I love black & white cards. x

  10. I like these split cards and your design on the acetate is fab. x

  11. Lovely - also looked at some of your others - you do lovely work