Tuesday, August 4, 2009

MMSC#13

Hi. This is my card for this weeks "Tuesday Midnight Maddness" Challenge. The background DP is a sheet from "La Pashe" and the santa is from the La Pashe "Flippin Christmas series". You can check out the Midnight Madness Blog at http://www.priscillastyles.blogspot.com/ Loz

10 comments:

  1. What an adorable card Loz! Love that Santa! Thanks for playing along!

    Hugs...

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  2. Absolutely adorable! This card is so cute! I love your santa !

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  3. cute cute cute! Gotta love Santa. What a happy card. It made me smile! Thanks so much for playing along with us this week!

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  4. This is so creative. I just love that the backgound is pieced to create another image. Fabulous card. I am impressed. Thanks so much for joining us at the MMSC this week. Hope you will play again. We have lots of fun things coming up. Keep your eyes open for them in the coming weeks.

    Carolyn, MMSC DT

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  5. Loz, what a cute Santa! How you did the background into little tiles from one picture- excellent touch :) I really like this card - one of the Christmas cards in summertime theme. Thank you for sharing your talent this week, and good luck on the prize drawing, xox ~Jeni & MMSC DT

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  6. What a cute Chirstmas card. I am grudgeling thinking about that now as well, LOL! Wonderful take on the midnight madness sketch challenge.

    It's a good life!
    Terri E.

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  7. What a beautiful Christmas card!! Love the Santa!! Great job on the sketch!! Thanks for playing along with the MMSC this week!

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  8. Hi Loz...I have to say I have been to your site a few times just looking at this card..I am finally leaving a comment :) I think the way you did the bg is jut brillant. Well done with the whole card. It is just amazing and super cute too. Thank you so much for playing the Midnight Madness Sketch challenges. Coming soon our first MM tutorial :)
    Priscilla

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