Tuesday, July 14, 2009


Hi. This is my card for the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge. I have used a 3D paper tole sheet. The background papers are from the English magazine "Making Cards". This month there are several prizes to be won at http://www.priscillastyles.blogspot.com/ The first one is for the entire range of Dustin Pike Digital images. 118 in total. The second one is a prize of a Big Shot with extras if you leave a comment and they receive at least 300 comments. Check out this amazing Blog for all the details..Loz


  1. Beautiful!! I love the matching, yet different colored dp and the pretty flowers in the bottom corner. Great job!!

    Thank you so much for playing with us this week at the MMSC.

    Carolyn, MMDT member

  2. WOW! Are you Johnny on the Spot!! You are really quick. What a lovely card. Thanks so very much for playing in the MMSC10. We appreciate your continued support and look forward to many more lovely creations from you in our future weeks and months.

    Phyllis - Midnight Madness Design Team
    aka SparklePlenty1000 on SCS

  3. This simply beautiful! Thanks for always playing along with us each week. :)

    Michelle ~ Midnight Madness DT

  4. This is beautiful! Love the image!! Thanks for playing along with the MMDT again this week!

  5. Hey Loz, I love this one! I think the spot on with the doll and the little birdies in the back. Those little tiny flowers are so yummy :) Thanks for sharing your talent this week at MMSC xox ~Jeni MMDT Member

  6. Hi Loz! I used to make porcelain dolls in a 'previous life' and this reminds me of the dolls I used to make and LOVE! Beautiful!

    MMDT Member

  7. What a precious card. I love how you used the patterns and the images together. It really works. Thank you so much for playing the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge this week.


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