Tuesday, October 13, 2009

MMSC#23



Hi. This is my card for this weeks Midnight Madness Challenge. I have coloured the Magnolia image with pencils and gamsol.
Don't forget that the 1st ever Midnight Madness Blog Hop starts on the 16th Oct'. Check out their blog for all the details and the prizes to be won...Loz

10 comments:

  1. Beautiful card, love the papers and how beautifully you have coloured in the Magnolia image, take careX:)

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  2. Hello Loz - what an adorable card! Love that Magnolia and your colours are perfect with them! Your DP and that flower ribbon are such a good choice! Well played! Thank you for playing the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge this week - we look forward to seeing what you do next week! See you at the Blog Hop on October 16!
    Linda MMSC Guest Designer

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  3. I don't know how you do it Loz!!! You are first and always have an exceptional card. This is just gorgeous!!! I love how your arranged those (fans is what I call them) and decorated them. Very creative. Thanks for playing along with us each week and being so faithful. We so appreciate it. Can't wait for Friday!!!

    Carol
    MMSC-Guest Designer

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  4. Beautiful card.. Very lovely!!
    Hugs, Linda

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  5. Beautiful card! Can't wait to see you at the blog hop! It will be so much fun...especially for you!

    Thanks for always playing so faithfully with us. We really do enjoy you joining us.

    Carolyn
    MMSC DT

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  6. This is a way cool sketch! I love what you did with it! Your coloring is absolutely amazing!

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  7. What a sweet card and I love those colors together. Wonderful take on the sketch. Thank you so much for playing the Midnight Madness Sketch challenge this week and SEE YOU AT THE HOP!!
    Priscilla
    MMSC Hostess

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  8. What a sweet Tilda!! I just love your fans with the punched stars. Great take on the sketch!! Thanks for playing with the MMSC!

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