09 November 2019

Challenge #408 - That's Torn It!

Hey LIMettes!

We had some gorgeous entries into our one layer challenge last time, but now we're back with the penultimate challenge for 2019 (yes, we're giving the DT a break again in December).

So, our latest challenge is a theme that can be easily incorporated into your designs.

We're absolutely delighted to welcome A BRAND NEW SPONSOR to Less is More for November. We have no doubt that you will all want to enter the challenges this month to be in with a chance of winning a generous prize from....


To be eligible for showCASe and PRIZE WINNER choices you will need to carefully follow the guidance on our GLOSSARY OF TERMS and our HOW TO PLAY pages.Your design should feature lots of clean / white / blank / non patterned / non textured space.


Now let's see what fantastic inspiration the design team have created for you and please do check out their personal blogs if you have the time as there could be a couple of bonus cards there!

Taking a break

Taking a break

Taking a break


We hope you'll feel inspired to play along with us.

Our Facebook page for regular updates can be found HERE as well as our Instagram page HERE and if you add your cards to Instagram do tag us in your post using @lessismorechallenge so that we can hop along and 'like' your creations.

Our monthly showCASes and winners announcements will be in one bumper post here on the blog and it is posted on the Friday following closure of the last challenge in the month so keep visiting to see if you are one of our lucky entries!

Enjoy the challenge, keep those entries CAS and have fun!

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!
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  1. What a lovely new theme this week. "Thorn it". In my opinion a great way to make a card with a landscape in snow. So I did. Have a nice day, Ankie

  2. Great challenge & I hope to join you soon.

  3. Thanks for the inspiration...I haven't used this torn paper technique in a long time...kinda forgot about it!!



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