Sunday, April 15, 2012

Graduation Card

Hello. This is a Owl Graduation card I made just for fun as I LOVE owls.. I have used spellbinders dies and punches for the owl..Loz
Have entered this in Make-it-Monday#85

17 comments:

  1. How clever! Amazing how you have put all these punches and dies together, to come up with a cute owl, saw it at MIM.

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  2. Oh that is fantastic Loz...wonderful use of your dies.

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  3. What a fabulous creation,very clever Loz.xxx

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  4. Loz this punchcraft owl is super cute!

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  5. This is super cute. I just love images made from punches. I just don't know how they come up with such cute ideas. Great job.

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  7. Sorry for 2 posts. Please edit one out. I also forgot to say I saw it on Make it Monday.

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  8. This is awesome Loz! Great punch art!

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  9. Awesome! This card is just adorable!! Love the owl :)

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  10. What a cutie! Love the owl Loz :) Saw this over at Make it Monday!

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  11. what a great idea this is so cute. Aud x

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  12. what a fabulous owl Loz!!

    Thank you for sharing with us at Make It Monday this week.

    Michelle :o)

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  13. Great job on the Owl! Super cute. Saw you on MIM.
    Hugs, Heide

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  14. I get it! Wise ol' owl and graduation...they go perfect together and your owl is PERFECT!

    Thank you for playing along with us at Make It Monday!
    Remember, for a chance to win the prize from our sponsor, leave a comment for another entry and mention that you saw them on Make It Monday.
    Lisa xx

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  15. Too Cute!

    I saw your link on MIM, I'm number 162 this week.

    Cheers,
    Kasey ~ in Oz

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  16. This is soo fun and beautiful at the same time. Very creative. Saw this on MIM. Good Luck
    *hugs*
    M.

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