Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Craft Your Passion#68


Hi. This is my card for this weeks Craft Your Passion Challenge-Christmas in July.. I have used the new dies from Mariannes and a spellbinders die for the snowflake...Loz
I have entered this in the following challenges...
Die cut Dreams-Four legged animals
Paper creations ink-Christmas in July
Pollycraft-Christmas in July
Christmas Inspiration-Anything goes
2Sisters-Anything goes
Polka Doodle-Christmas in July
Simply Create-Christmas Time

12 comments:

  1. Loz: What a beautiful card! I love black & white--so striking! Glad you could join us at Simply Create for our Christmas Challenge.

    Diane
    Simply Create Design Team Member
    http://DianesDigitalDesigns.blogspot.com:

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  2. Fantastic job! Thanks for joining us at Christmas Inspirations challenges.

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  3. Wonderful card!
    Thanks for joining us at Christmas Inspirations challenges.
    Hugs

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  4. What a great card..thank you for sharing it with us over @ polkadoodles
    Hugs x

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  5. This is a jaw dropper... perfect Christmas card GF!

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  6. very nice Lozzy. How did you do the background with the sparkles in it??

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  7. Great Christmas in July creation! Love all the details! Thanks for joining us at PCI this week!

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  8. So beautiful card: elegant and well done. Love cutting shapes and colors.
    Thanks for joinning us at Christmas Inspirations challenges.
    I hope to see you again soon!
    Hugs
    Lena

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  9. Beautiful Creation Love your work

    Thanks for Joining us at Paper

    Creations Ink

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  10. Wonderful Christmas card!
    Thanks for joining us at SFTW & Good Luck :)
    Hugs
    Tracey
    x

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  11. Just wonderful thanks so much for entering at SFTW and good luck hugs Rebekah xx

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  12. Thanks for playing along in our Polka doodles 'Christmas in July challenge'. Lovely card!Cheers Claire x

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