18 March 2023

Challenge #479 - One Layer

Hey LIMettes!

We're back! Thanks for your patience while our designers had their break. Our latest challenge is a One Layer challenge.

To create a one layer card, you may only use the CARD BASE to stamp on and no other layers. Die cuts, embellishments, etc are not allowed.


We have amazing new designers joining our team! Please make them feel welcome -



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

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!


To be eligible for showCASe 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.
New work only please.


  1. Welcome back - I have missed your challenges


  2. Hello everyone, glad to see you all back. I missed you a lot. I'm looking forward to the coming challenges. Have a nice weekend, Ankie

  3. Glad you're all back. I missed you a lot and I'm looking forward to the coming challenges. Have a nice weekend, Ankie

  4. Welcome back and also a big welcome to the new design team members. Great work by the DT and thanks for the inspiration.

  5. Wonderful creations by DT. Thanks for the challenge.

  6. Welcome back finally! We will miss the members of the DT who are leaving and wish them well! In turn, we happily welcome the new members with their talented design skills! Hugs, Darnell



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