Fingerprint Owl Cards

The Less is More challenge this week is to adapt a fingerprint on a single layer.
So many times we discard a botched card that has a stray print on it esp if we can't cover it up some how. So this week's challenge is a fun one where we are to actually create a finger print on a card and turn it into something.


One layer cards have always been a challenge for me... I love the simplicity others seem to create but for me I find it extra ordinarily difficult to not to add a layer or accent of some sort. I just have to keep practicing. You know the saying, "practice makes perfect" ... well some of us need one heck of a lot of practicing!


The word art was computer generated. I would be willing to post it up if someone would teach me how to do that.
Do join in this fun one and show me how it is done! These finger print cards would also make a terrific craft to do with your kids and grand kids too!

20 comments:

  1. michelle these are so cute.. i really love owls
    Thanks for joining us this week
    Jen xx
    Less Is More

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    1. Thank you. Who knew that there could be so many ways to use inky fingers!

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  2. Two adorable cards Michele and love the sentiments too!
    Thanks for getting inky with LIM this week
    Anne
    'Less is More'

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    1. Thank you. It was good to brush up on my word art sentiments!

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  3. 2 fantastic cards Michelle ... love your owls.
    Great finger printing and hope it comes off easily
    thanks for taking part
    Sarah
    Less is More

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    1. Thank you. Inky fingers are just one sign of a card artist ;)

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  4. I love your cards they make me smile :) Hugs Sylvie x

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  5. Fabulous cards Michelle, adorable owls and your sentiments are perfect.
    Pauline
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    1. Thank you. It was not own own wording and was good to brush up on my word art skills which had be dormant for a long time!

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  6. Cute cheeky looking owls! Both your cards look great.

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  7. What fun these two are!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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    1. Thank you. I enjoyed being part of a community again.

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  8. Well done, they are so cute :) Helen T

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    1. It was good to get back into card making. Thank you for your kind comments

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  9. Fab cards with your cute birdies !!

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    1. Thank you. The idea was harder to come up with than I thought and then I find I wasn't so original after all ;)

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  10. Two super cute cards Michelle, love the owls :) Viv xx

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    1. I think I have owls on the brain as I am also making some wheat packs in an owl shape. (It's winter here in Australia)

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