Tuesday, November 23, 2010

MMSC#81




Hi. This is my card for this week's Midnight Madness Challenge. A quick one this week as I have many more christmas cards to make and not enough time in the day.. I have used a free 3D sheet from hobbyhandig. I used a martha stewart punch and snowflakes and holly cut with a spellbinders die...Loz

6 comments:

  1. This is one amazing Christmas card. Such a traditional feel!

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  2. Hello Loz - I love the Martha Stewart Punch and the Dies Loz - they are gorgeous! Great colours too Loz - Love it! Thank you for playing along with the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge this week - we appreciate your support! {{{hugs}}}
    Linda MMSC Design Team

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  3. Love this! It's truly a Christmas card that seems to take me back. Awesome job!!!
    Thank you so much for playing along with the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge.

    Denise P
    MMSC Design Team

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  4. Loz this is a fabulous looking Christmas cards. Love you punched border and punched embellishments. Great job with the sketch. Thank you so much for playing along with the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge.

    Bear Hugs,
    Carol
    Midnight Madness Design Team

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  5. Hi LOZ!
    This is lovely! Fantastic image and I love how you spotlighted the santa in the star.

    Thank you so much for joining in on our challenge. We really appriciate your support and hope to see you again next week.

    Mvh
    Gunn
    Midnight Madness Design Team

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  6. What a lovely vintage Christmas card. Perfect take on the sketch challenge this week at Midnight Madness! Thanks so much for joining us!
    Denise
    MMDT

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