Monday, August 2, 2010


Hi. This is my card for this week's Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge. I have used scrapbooking cutouts from Graphic 45 (Halloween in Wonderland Collection). The spider web stamp is from Daisy Bucket and the spiders were cut with the cricut cartridge (Doodlecharms)..Loz


  1. Beautiful card - love the mad hatter - Pauline L

  2. This is an awesome card!! Love your take on the sketch.

  3. This is awesome Loz! The spiders are the perfect touch!

  4. Loz, how fun is this???? I absolutely love the way you used the highlighted technique this week! Great details and a wonderful Halloween card!! TFS!

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  6. Loz this is so creative. Alice Midnight Madness Design Team in Wonderland meets Halloween is such a fun and fabulous concept. I love the spiders. This is just darling. I love how old fashioned it looks. Great job with the sketch. Thank you for playing along with the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge.

    Bear Hugs,
    Carol :O}

  7. Wow Loz, I simply love your dp choice. I saw that line at CHA and fell in love with it! It is simply perfect with the Midnight Madness Sketch. Thanks so much for playing along with us each week!

  8. Way to go Loz - this is fabulous and such a fun card! I love that DP and the image you have in the circle!! Fabulous!! week at the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge this week, we love to see you and hope to see you again next week! {{{hugs}}}
    Linda MSC Design Team

  9. Laurel, this is just so cute. You have put all your parts together so perfectly.

  10. Hi Loz!
    This card is supercool! I LOVE it! I love it so much that I had to spotlight it on the MMSC new Facebookpage! You are the first player we have spotlighted there ;o)
    Love the spiders, the spiderwebs and the mad hatter spotlight! Superduper cool!

    Would you let me add this card to the MMSC gallery at Facebook?

    Thanks for playing with the Midnight Madness. It is always great to come and see what you make. Thanks for the inspiration. Hope to see you again next week!



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