Challenge Blog – Less Is More Doodle

One so its One Layer Card time over at Less is More and they are challenging us to do something that I cannot get to grips with – Doodling and when I saw the challenge this morning – I balked. But then I saw the Tag line – “Make something with ink – by hand…” and I realised it was something I could literally (well with my finger) and do some thumb printing…

Its something I probably haven’t done since childhood – cover your thumb in ink, press it on to a sheet of paper and make something out of the resulting shapes… this just cried out for Bees.

I have been experimenting a little with inks this morning and chalk inks work best with my thumbs

Bee Happy today

Stash Used

  • Card -Papermania
  • Stamps – My Minds Eye and My thumb
  • Pen – Zig from ekSucess
  • Inks – Ranger Distress, Colorbox (for the thumb)
  • Pens – Promakers

Thanks for looking this is my 80th Creative Project of 2012

*** Edited to Add, I have been asked for some more ideas on thumb printing and you can find them HERE ***

BMB

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24 Responses to Challenge Blog – Less Is More Doodle

  1. Rebecca says:

    what a cute idea- love it!

    Rebecca x

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  2. Chrissie says:

    What fun Emma, I’m glad you didn’t bottle out of this challenge!
    Super job!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    “Less is More”

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  3. mandi says:

    Such a fn card, made me smile Emma

    Thank you very much
    mandi
    “Less is More”

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  4. Kathyk says:

    A FABULOUS and clever idea – super card too!

    Kathyk

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  5. nicky says:

    Lovely and fun

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  6. Loli says:

    Hola emma, i like this card, i make cards with my son with this finger technique, so funny, great idea!! i like your fingerbees:D.
    A hug from Palma

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  7. AWESOME I love this!

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  8. Monica says:

    How sweet is that… wonderful finger printing there. Love everything about it. So happy.

    Monica xxx

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  9. Gillian says:

    Great idea for the challenge, your card looks really cute

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  10. Bea says:

    what a fun interpretation – very effective

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  11. Victoria says:

    absolutely love this Emma, great idea and something i’m so going to have to try with my kids this week!
    Hugs
    Victoria
    x

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  12. Cool idea love it! XOXO zoe

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  13. *Alison* says:

    great idea 🙂
    Hugs
    Alison
    -owner of The Alley Way Stamps
    http://www.thealleywaystamps.com

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  14. monika says:

    your idea is great 🙂 I love your finger-doodle-bees

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  15. Lynne says:

    Great idea for a cute card.
    Lynne xxx

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  16. Diane says:

    Love your card, great, fun and “happy” card.
    Diane

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  17. Carole says:

    Great card Emma and I enjoy working with chalk ink too.

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  18. Suze Bain says:

    This one made me smile. A super card. x

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  19. Daen'Ys says:

    What a ingenious idea.
    Color thumb, squeeze, a pair of wings, ready!
    Great!

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  20. So adorable! I can’t wait to make fingerprint bees with the twins next time they are here! TFS!!

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  21. What a clever way to interpret the theme! Brilliant result 🙂

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  22. WHat a fun card! I love the way you translated this challenge.

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  23. Faith A says:

    What a brill idea, such a fun card too

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  24. mustavcoffee says:

    Wonderful and loads of fun, perfect for this weeks challenge, Gay xx

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