21 April 2017

ShowCASe #323 - One Layer Curve

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

It's never an easy job to select our favourites but we do love seeing 
all your stunning takes on the challenge in our gallery each week.

So here goes with our choices, in order of entry for 



We love the way Michelle framed her crisp floral stamping with her curved sentiment.  
And she's created a perfect example of CAS with the expanse of wonderful white space.

This fabulous swirly die cut of bubbles was a great way of creating a curve for our challenge.  

Paired with the simple glass and fabulous sentiment...who wouldn't want to receive this card?!


EK Gorman LIM 323
One way to get the most out of your clear stamps is to create a different shape and that's exactly what was done here with this tree.  A wonderful image that fills the card without stealing white space, and the watercoloured leaves add a lovely softness to the whole card.

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.

We'll also be showCASing their cards on our Facebook page

so why not hop on over and give us a 'thumbs up'!
Here's the link you need to take you there.

As always there's still time to enter our current challenge 
which ends at 10pm GMT this evening before we announce
the new one at 8am GMT tomorrow morning.


  1. Thank you for choosing my card as one of the favorites! There is so much talent here!

  2. Fabulous creations! Wonderful interpretations of the challenge prompt.

  3. Congratulaions to the showcased cards. x



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