22 April 2016

ShowCASe #271

Morning Limettes! It's that all important time to announce our
ShowCASe choices following the geometric pattern spectacular
last week and once again you knocked us side-ways!

So here goes in order of entry and we just couldn't stop 
at Three this week so there's a bonus fourth ShowCASe!

the soft and dreamy inking through Maaike's home made 
stencil complements the sentiment perfectly

Sharon found the perfect digital image for the geometric theme.  
The classic rubik cube in bright primary colours is such a fun design!

the bold sentiment and brightly coloured hexagons on Rachel's 
card combine to create a really crisp and CAS design.

such a cool and CAS design from Rema, the trio of coloured triangles 
and perfect placement give this one layer card a really graphic look.

Congratulations on being out ShowCASe this week ladies and please
take a ShowCASe badge from the page at the top of our blog with our thanks.
We hope you'll wear it with pride on your individual blogs.

We hope you'll agree with our choices; they really are outstanding examples 
of one layer, clean and simple geometrics and if you have time please
pop along to their blogs and leave some love - I'm sure they'll appreciate it.

Thank you to everyone who entered and for your continued support 
of Less is More. If you haven't already entered our 3-stamp challenge
there's still a little time left before closing at 10pm GMT today.

We'll be back tomorrow at 8am with details of our latest challenge so 
hope you'll join us then.


  1. Congratulations Maaike, Sharon, Rachel and Rema! Gorgeous cards and an inspirational showcase :) Well done!

  2. Congratulations ladies, wonderful work and yay me ;-)

  3. Thanks for showcasing my card! Congrats to all the others. Awesome cards by all...

  4. Wow what a super selection of cards.

    Hugs Erika. x

  5. Congratulations to those being showcased, all great cards !



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