Well, as my husband said - you have always been off the edge. Hmm? Wonder exactly what he meant by that? I know certainly I have been off the last few days. My son teaches and lives in Iwaki, Japan. He was about 40 miles from the epicenter of the big quake and is 23 miles from the Fukushima nuclear plant that had an explosion late last night. He is safe and fortunately, still had internet service early today so we have been able to talk through Skype. He is amazed that he still had electric power - expecting that not to last much longer. Water is not running, but his building has a holding tank on the roof that is still providing some water, though not for drinking. Last night when we talked he was making batches of cooked rice so that if power was lost he would have something to eat for a few days.
He has been so concerned about his students and their families. Tsunami damage was severe in his area.
So the Less Is More challenge was for a one layer card, off the edge. My heart and mind is with those in Japan right now, and so this card sprang immediately to my mind.
products used all CTMH: Colonial White textured cardstock, Bamboo, Blush, and Baby Pink inks, Aspirations and Kangi Phrases stamp sets.