Tuesday, September 29, 2009


Hi. This is my card for this weeks midnight Madness Challenge. I coloured the image with polychromo pencils, blended with gamsol..Loz...


  1. What a great card.. Love the image and your coloring is just awesome.. very lovely!!
    Hug, Linda

  2. this is so cute Magnolias remind me of my baby. great colors

    Thanks for playing along with us at Midnight Madness
    kimmie kaye
    Midnight Madness Design Team

  3. What an adorable card!So many unique details that work well together. Great coloring on the image also.

  4. Love the Christmas Tilda with the pink and strawberry papers! You have knack with using embossed backgrounds to make a pretty card. Fun sentiment and Great sponging colors too! Thanks for playing this week, good luck on the prize drawing, xox ~Jeni & MMSC DT

  5. Very sweet card! I love the colors and the way you shaded the background of her frame. Great job this week. Thanks for playing with us at the MMSC each week. We really love having you.


  6. So pretty! I love your strawberry dp and your embossed background. Lots of nice detail and beautiful Tilda image. Thanks for joining us this week at MMSC. We hope you will be joining us in all the fun activities happening at Priscilla's blog. There are so many prizes and give-aways!

    MMSC-Guest Designer

  7. Super,super cute!Love your blocks crisscrossed with the different paper!

  8. What a lovely card! Love your image and your coloring. Great job on the sketch challenge. Thanks so much for joining us this week in the MMSC.

  9. What a beautiful card!! Love that adorable image and your coloring is perfect!! I love the way you did the blocks and your choice of papers. Great take on the sketch!! Thanks for playing with the MMSC this week.

    I have big blog candy on my blog if you are interested.

    MMSC dt member

  10. Super pretty paper and I love the colors. Thank you so much for playing the Midnight Madness Sketch challenge this week. We value your participation.
    MMSC Hostess


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