Tuesday, July 21, 2009


Hi. This is my card for the Tuesday Midnight Madness Challenge. The DP and centre image are from the English Magazine "Making Cards"..Check out all the DT cards at http://priscillastyles.blogspot.com/ .Loz


  1. Gorgeous Christmas card. It is so festive and puts me right in the mood for the holidays. Such a cute snowman family. The dp is fabulous. Thank you so much for playing with us at the MMSC this week.

    Carolyn, MMDT member

  2. This is so sweet and adorable. And what a beautiful blue bow too!

    Michelle MMSC DT

  3. What a sweet Christmas card!! Love that adorable image and how you used the sketch!! Thanks for playing with the MMSC this week!

  4. Another lovely card from you Laurel...how do you get them done so quickly? I love this one especially as Winter and snow are one of my favorite times of the year (not that we get snow in Florida!!!) Image is colored beautifully and the flowers are gorgeous! Thanks for playing with us again!
    MMDT Member

  5. Love the Christmas in July theme! :) The snowmen are soooo cute! Thanks for joining us again this week!


  6. so sweet, love the christmas in july theme!!


  7. Oh Loz your entry this week is just so beautiful. I love the blank image, ribbon and dp..It all works perfectly. Great job on the sketch btw :) Thank you so much for playing our sketch challenge. I for one look forward to the viewing the entries each week. I get so much inspiration and ideas our players. Please think of some friends that you know that do not play our challenges, because we are going to have a refer a friend challenge coming soon with extra prizes ; ) we are always trying to keep it fresh at the Midnight Madness challenge blog.


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