Monday, January 17, 2011

MMSC # 87

Hi. This is my card for this week's Midnight Madness Challenge. The Heart Pocket was made from a free tutorial on CDAC.. The tag was cut with a spellbinders dye...Loz


  1. OMGosh Loz this is GORGEOUS! So amazing! I think it's my all time fav of all the cards you've done!

  2. Oh my giddy aunt Loz - this is gorgeous! I love the Heart Pocket Card - I am going to have to make one now - this is divine! I love those flowers too! Perfect! Thanks for playing along with us at the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge this week - we appreciate you support and love to see your creations! {{{hugs}}}
    Linda MMSC Design Team

  3. Wow Loz what a gorgeous card. Love the heart flower holder and that sentiment is divine! What a wonderful take on the sketch challenge. Thanks so much for joining us this week at Midnight Madness!

  4. Loz, your valentine heart pocket card is just luscious! I love all the beautiful flowers you added, the lace around the heart and that beautiful embossing. Thanks for joining us for this week's Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge and we hope you will come back and join us next week for another exciting challenge!

  5. Hi Loz, I enjoyed your card very much. I think the addition of the roses is very clever and the touches of gold make it so warm. the Oz

  6. This is such a beautiful card! I just love the paper you used. Thank you for joining us at the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge. Valerie PSDT

  7. Ooooh this is pretty Loz! Love how you filled the heartpocket with flowers! This is just gorgeous!

    Thank you for sharing with the Midnight Madness Team. I always look forward to come and see what you make. Your lojal support of our challenge is very highly valued!

    Midnight Madness Design Team

  8. Love your card for this week. I love the dimension. You did a fabulous job with this sketch.

  9. This card is really beautiful. It moves me! The color combo, the ribbon, the roses - aahhhh!


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