Monday, August 17, 2009

MMSC14


Hi. This is my card for this weeks Midnight Madness Challenge. I coloured the image with pencils and gamsol. The DP is from the English Magazine "Making Cards"...Loz....

9 comments:

  1. Such a lovely card. The image is so sweet.

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  2. How adorable is this! Such sweeties. Love your take on the sketch!! :)

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  3. Loz, you never cease to amaze me with your quick creations after the sketch is put up! We so love them all and love you participating with the MMSC sketch!! You always make us smile! What a cute image and an awesome take on the sketch!!! Thanks for playing along with the MMSC again this week!

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  4. This is adorable!Your stamped image is just the cutest!Have a great day!Patti

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  5. You are so amazing, Loz! You could mass produce with how quick you create. I would love to be able to have that talent. Takes me days sometimes just to make ONE card!! This is so beautiful. I love the soft colors and the pretty flowers. You always do a wonderful job, and we always look forward to seeing your name first on the Mr. Linky list ;) Thanks for always being so supportive to the MMSC. We appreciate you.

    Carolyn, MMSC DT

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  6. Hi Loz! Super sweet card again! Love the little bow at the top and the images are darling!

    Sue
    MMDT Member

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  7. Very cute - those flowers add the perfect touch!

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  8. Hello Loz, wonderful card you have here! Is this a Hanglar stamp, I think that's the name :) Not sure, but your quick fingers sure made a great job of it. I know you'll always be number 1 on Mr. Linky, Thank you from the bottom of our hearts , xox ~Jeni & MMSC DT

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  9. I really like your take on the sketch challenge. Love the images! Toooooo Cute! Thanks so much for playing along with MMSC

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