Tuesday, June 1, 2010


Hi. This is my card for this week's Midnight Madness Challenge. I have coloured the Magnolis image with copics... Loz


  1. Isn't this just the sweetest little thing! Your coloring is perfection....I had to biggie size it to get a better look!

  2. What a sweet Magnolia card! I love the cute image hanging outside the nestie framing. Your coloring is awesome and I love your ribbon treatment. Great ribbon slider and flower too. You've done a wonderful job on this sketch!! Thanks for joining the fun!

  3. This is so sweet and adorable Loz. Your Tilda is colored beautifully. The hugs and kisses sentiment is so sweet and your ribbon is darling. Simply a delightful job with the sketch this week. Thank you for playing along with the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge this week.

    Bear Hugs,
    Carol :O}
    Midnight Madness Design Team

  4. Loz, Great coloring!!!! I have been going in so many directions I haven't tried my new magnolias. Thanks for the birthday wishes.

  5. Wow that is so pretty. I love it. Great job using the sketch to. Thank you so much for playing the midnight madness sketch challenge. Be sure to check back on Friday for the big winner.
    MMSC Hostess

  6. very pretty color combo Lozzy. I like the slider too!

  7. Hi Loz - this is just adorable! I love your magnolia and so beautifully coloured!! Gorgeous ribbon LOz and great use of the sentiment - love it! Thanks for playing along with the Midnight Madness Sketch Chsllenge this week, I always love to see your cards!! I look forward to seeing you next week! {{{hugs}}}
    Linda MMSC Design Team

  8. ...lovely job of colouring with copics, Laurel - absolutely delightful card!

  9. Sweet Tilda image and fun dotted ribbon! Thanks for participating in this week's Midnight Madness Sketch challenge and hope to see you again next week!
    Jessica, MMSC DT


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