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Less is More is a Clean and Simple challenge, but what does clean and simple (CAS) mean and what are we looking for in your cards.

  • One main focal point
  • Lots of clean / open / non-patterned / non-textured space (often called 'white space' although not necessarily white) Space with NO PATTERN and NO TEXTURE on it
  • Minimal or NO layers
  • Minimal embellishments
  • Quick and easy to recreate
  • Cards that comply with our Glossary of Terms
We reserve the right to delete any entries that do not follow all of these guidelines

Our Guidelines


*** entries failing to follow the challenge guidelines may be deleted ***


Ensure your entry is CLEAN AND SIMPLE
Ensure your entry follows the theme for each challenge
Ensure your entry complies with our Glossary of Terms
Please link directly to your entry and not just your blog
Please link back to this challenge blog in your own post
Please no back linking to projects and posts prior to the date of the challenge 
A maximum of 5 challenges may combined. That number includes our challenge (so 4 plus us)
You may enter more than once as long as each submission is a different creation
May we ask for those with 'Word Verification' to turn it off please, as this makes commenting easier

2 comments:

  1. I would love to join, but my blog is so many years old I don't know if it still works. Can I join without a blog?
    Many thanks
    Marion Egelton

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    1. Hi Marion. You don't need a blog to join in; you just need a way to add the photograph of your card into the Linky e.g. using an Instagram post, or something like Flickr or Splitcoast Stampers. However, not all of the design team have access to Instagram, Flickr or Splitcoast stampers accounts, so you may not receive a comment from us if one of those is used. I hope that helps.

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