Monday, August 31, 2009


Hi. This is my card for this weeks Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge. I have used a "Kaiser Scrapbbok page for the Background. The text is from an old book and I sponged around the edges with Rangers Distress ink. The stamp is from "I brake for stamps" To check out all the DT cards click on the Tuesday Midnight Madness logo on the right side...Loz


  1. Very creative! I love the background. How do you do it so quickly and so beautifully?

    Thank you so much for playing with us at the MMSC this week. It is such a pleasure to have you, and we hope that you will continue to play with us in the coming weeks.

    If you love blog candy, pop over to my blog and check out some really fun stuff that I have up for grabs right now.

    Carolyn, MMSC DT

  2. This is amazing!So rustic looking! Looks like you pulled it out of an old trunk and it's a long lost family treasure!

  3. Very nice nostaglic looking card. I love your idea of stamping on the old book page and distressing the edges. Your accessories are just the right touch. Thank you for playing the MMSC challenge this week. Looking forward to seeing more of your artistry.


  4. Great idea Loz, on stamping on old pages. This does look so vintage. The ribbons and colors are just right :) Looking forward to seeing more fun cards from you, thanks for playing, xox ~Jeni & MMSC DT

  5. Very unusual, I like it! Great idea on the book background and I am enjoying your other embellishments also! Thanks for joining us at Midnight Madness.

    Jane, MMSC DT

    I also have some blog candy up, stop by and take a look and see if it works for you!

  6. how is our Royal Loyal today? Your card is so fun this week :)Thank you so much for playing the Midnight Madness Sketch challenge this week and if you have not done so yet, please stop back by and check out the Mid Week Midnight Madness Tutorial :)
    MMSC Hostess

  7. wow I really like the layering techniques you used. Great take on the sketch.

    Thanks for playing along with us.

    kimmie kaye
    Midnight Madness Design Team


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