Monday, August 15, 2011

MMSC#117



Hi. This is my card for this week's Midnight Madness Challenge. I decided on an easel card. Not exactly the sketch but I wanted it this way...I have used some Christmas DP and the image is from crafty secrets..Loz

8 comments:

  1. It has all the elements of the sketch... you just took a little creative license with this one! Absolutely stunning!

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  2. WOW! I love your take on the MMSC sketch & the colors are wonderful. I hope you will join us again as I can't wait to see your next creation.
    ~Hugs,
    Valerie M
    Priscillastyles Design Team

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  3. Love the easel card. Great job with the sketch. Getting an early start on Christmas cards. Wish I could, but just not into it yet.

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  4. This is very pretty! I love how you did the blocked background and the whole vintage feel that the card has. Your punched borders are pretty too. Thanks for joining us at Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge this week. Hope to see you again soon! By the way...Sugar Creek Hollow is having a vintage Christmas challenge this week if you'd like to enter your card in that...it ends tonight so you'd have to hurry!
    Renee
    MMSC DT
    SCH DT

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  5. What a great Christmascard! Love the santaimage!

    Thanks for joining our challenge - I hope to see you play with us again real soon!
    Hugs
    Gunn
    Midnight Madness Design Team

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  6. Love your card..Such a pleasure to visit your blog. Great take on the sketch. Thank you so much for joining in the fun this week at the Midnight Madness sketch challenge.
    Priscilla
    MMSC Hostess

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  7. Loz, this is gorgeous! Such a neat idea to have the diamond shape on your easel card. Lovely soft colors for this fabby Christmas card.
    Thanks for playing along with us again this week.
    Hugs,
    Charlotte
    MMSC DT

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