15 July 2016

ShowCASE #283

Hi LIMettes it's time for our weekly ShowCASe post.

With such a range of creative entries for our Kitchen Colours challenge,
 we found it really hard to pick just three showCASe cards. 
It's a great problem to have! 

After a lot of thought, we managed to narrow it down. 
Our top three picks for this week, in order of entry are:

Artistic and with tons of impact, the attention to detail really paid off 
in this stunning entry that still remained perfectly CAS. Well done Linby!

We were wowed by this clean, contemporary card that made such great 
use of colour, bold shapes and fantastic layout to really catch the eye.

Vibrant, bright and simply laid out, this card's primary colour scheme gives 
a wonderfully uplifting feel which is enhanced by the beautiful 
hand-created effect of the central panel.

Congratulations ladies and please help yourself to a ShowCASe badge
 from the page at the top of the blog with our thanks. 
We hope you'll display it proudly on your individual blogs.

We're sure you'll agree these are a wonderful trio and worthy of
our ShowCASe badge this week. 
Do pop along and congratulate them on their win.

As always there's still time to enter our current ONE LAYER challenge 
#284 - Time/Clockwork which ends at 10pm GMT this evening before 
we announce the new one at 8am GMT tomorrow morning.


  1. Fab showCASe, it never ceases to amaze me just how MUCH can be done whilst still leaving so much white space!

    Happy Friday, see you all at the new challenge tomorrow - though I'm at a workshop all day so will be anything BUT in the first few!!!


  2. Three beautiful cards and congratulations to Linby, Jane and Bobby. x

  3. Thanks so much! Wow! So thrilled to be showcased this week! Congrats to Linby and Bobby too - fab cards!

  4. Beautiful cards, congrats!!!

  5. Congratulations Linby, Jane and Bobby! Beautiful cards :)

  6. Thanks so much for showcasing my card.



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