OLW 97 Line Up

I am challenging you to use lines on your one layer card this week. Straight lines, zig-zags or curves, just as long as they are obviously lines.

I created a set of little note cards each stamped in a single colour. The masculine one is full of lines.

When the idea for this little set popped into my mind I thought it would be so simple. But as it turned out, even with my new gridded acrylic block some of these little note cards took 3 or 4 attempts. Even though my lacey note cards are less linear I have still stamped a line or two of lace so I think they scrape in for the challenge too. To see a couple more pretty note card sets visit the Penny Black Blog today.


Stamps: Puzzle PartsLace DelightFlourish Thank YouSpecial TimeRound & Round , Free Flight. (PB)
Ink: Memento Elderberry, Tangelo, Bahama Blue, Rhubarb Stalk (Tsukineko)

OLW97 Rules

1. A one-layer card is defined as a single layer of card stock folded in half. No other layers of card stock allowed.

2. Make a card featuring lines of some sort.

3. Post your card online somewhere and link back to it using the InLinkz tool on the sidebar of Simplicity. If posting to your blog, please link to your OLW blog post, not just the main page of your blog.

4. Have fun getting in line!
I can’t wait to see what you come up with.

6 Comments on “OLW 97 Line Up”

  1. Diana says:

    Very pretty!! i absolutely LOVE the red one.

  2. Another fun challenge idea and your inspirational cards are fantastic and provide LOTS of inspiration!!

  3. Lindsey says:

    Great samples for your theme, Heather! stamping perfectly straight can be such a challenge… 😛

  4. mustavcoffee says:

    Hi Heather, Great challenge and I love your inspiration cards, particularly the lacy borders, very nice:0) Gay xxx

  5. Fun challenge – LOVE that red lace one!

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