Tuesday, 22 October 2013

A PINK TREE CARD

Orange Esmeralda loves to make cards.

The card challenge site "Less is More" is asking for a card with a Tree.
Also linking to "Paper Saturdays" for the first time.






The site asks for a "Clean and Simple" card.  I think I've ticked all the requirements.


Clean & Simple
A design of card with clean lines, minimal elements, areas of white space and few or no embellishments.


White Space
An area of the card which has no image, layer or embellishment.
This can be any colour dependent upon the colour of the card blank.



This little card is 2 x 3 inches and will make a good tag for a Christmas present.  I might even print it larger and make Christmas cards.






Here it is in another colourway.





Which colourway do you prefer?

28 comments:

  1. Hello Sheila, they are both lovely! I would probably prefer the warmer shaded one though, I just love warm colors! Such a sweet little card, makes me think that Christmas is just round the corner!
    Hugs Kat xx

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  2. Christmas is coming !! Lovely dinky wee card. Awesome !!

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  3. Lovely card, my fave is the pink one! Valerie

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  4. My fave is the teal because I just cannot accept pink trees. I like the primitive less is more design of this bitty card/tag. It helps to keep whatever celebration at a realistic feel. Love your new art card, Sheila!

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  5. Love your little tree cards and both are beautiful but I like the Teal blue the best :) Greetings, Shirleyx

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  6. Yes, a tree can be pink and yours is beautiful. Pink is one of my favourite colors.

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  7. Both cards are great - I prefer the pink-colored Christmas tree.

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  8. Fab as both a tag and a card, Sheila. For me, the pink one just wins by a nose. Although I'd never choose a pink tree in real life.

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  9. beautiful cards! love the colors and the size of them!
    Groetjes Karin

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  10. The scarlet, plum and red are such festive colours, I love it, I love it! Thank you for your lovely inspirational creations! More bears and cats please!
    Hugs X

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  11. This is a delightful little card, I prefer the first card with warmer colours, the ability to keep things simple is quite hard to do but you have executed this perfectly. I just love your designs.

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  12. A pink tree!
    Wow very trendy!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  13. Wow! Just been looking through some of your posts, nice to see lots of colur out there :-)

    Sally

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  14. I take the turquoise tree Sheila---
    great CAS card!

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  15. Hi Sheila,

    they wanted a clean card with a simple tree? I would have sent them a blank white paper. It's made out of a tree, that should be enough, it would be clean and very simple indeed! ;-)

    I can't decide which one of your trees I like better. I think, I would prefer a family: father: teal, mother: pink and the children: well, we'll find it out nine months later I guess. ;-)

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  16. Two great cards. I like both for different reasons. The first is merry and bright and the second is silent night

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  17. Pink! Definitely! Or maybe pink for girls and blue for boys! The Xmas trees in Thailand were hot pink and orange. This reminds me of that. It was an awesome trip.

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  18. i would have to pick one with closed eyes, as both versions are adorable!!

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  19. Such fun cards, Sheila ... I love both colourways so couldn't possibly choose! Thanks so much for popping by my blog and leaving me some sweet words ... much appreciated! Anita:)

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  20. Oh Sheila, love your trees, I never use pink but turquoise is one of my favorite colors, wish you a lovely weekend
    Hugs Anni

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  21. Sheila, your pink tree is so great, i love pink :)

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  22. Have managed at last to catch up with your last posts. They are all great. Loved the bandit cat story and what an imagination. A many armed shopper would be handy. Once more your artwork made me smile. Simplicity of the trees charming in the best way.
    motoots

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  23. They are both glowing and they're not even plugged in...great work.

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  24. Hi sheila,your cas cards are amaizing,my favorite is the türkis tree one.

    Greetings Jeannette

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  25. Both trees are beautiful, but I'm a turquoise fan:-)
    Big hugs Anja

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  26. Such a cheerful tree, and I like it in both colour ways.

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