Monday, April 16, 2012

KISS in cardmaking (Keep It Simple, Stupid)...

Sometimes, simpler is so much better, I think ...

Here is the original card I made, using cuts (top/bottom)
from my new Cricut SOPHIE cartridge,
and a banner with text in the middle, with ribbon:


and here is Version Two ...

Same cuts, but without that fussy banner in the middle.
I simply set the greeting on the computer and printed.
It also could be stamped, if you have something
that works:



Since I was going for kind of an "Amish" look,
I think the bottom one works much better.

What do you think?

7 comments:

rlovew said...

I like the bottom one better although they are both good.

Madge said...

Very cute cards! I love them both but if you are going for a simple look the bottom one for sure:)
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Judy said...

Wow ... that is a hard choice! I think both are awesome, but my eye is drawn to the more simple 2nd one :-)

Jennifer McLean said...

it's so hard to remember KISS, we all love to embellish but 9 times out of 10, less is more.
Hello my friend,
Hugs,
Jenn

Beckie said...

Both are super cute!! Simple is good.

Be blessed, Beckie

Faith A said...

Oh! difficult choice, depends on the occasion I would think, but I would go firstly for the second card, LOVE them both though.

Georgiana said...

Yes, they are BOTH great, but I like the second one better.

Hope you will stop by to see my new projects.
Georgiana
Carson's Creations