Sunday, September 30, 2012

Make-it-Monday#109 Girl in the Moon

Hello. This is my card for this week's Make-it-Monday...Linky Party. Unfortunately I spilled my cup of tea on the face of the moon and the red lipstick ran. I tried to cover it up but made it worse. It will have to do as I have no time to fix it... I have stitched a moon pattern and added a magnolia image coloured with copics..Loz

16 comments:

  1. Very cute. If you hadn't mentioned the Oops moment, I would have that it was just part of the moon blushing! Very cute card.

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  2. Loz how awesome is the stitching I bet it would feel great to run one's finger along the card surface!
    Saw your link on MIM
    Cheers
    Sonia
    cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com

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  3. It does look like the moon is blushing I think it still looks fab. Sandy :0

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  4. Love your gorgeous card,fabulous image and colours.xxx

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  5. I thought it was part of the design until I read your comments. Still a great card. Love the stitching and the colouring of Magnolia

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  6. So wonderful Loz. I love the Tilda, she's just adorable. What a great monday project. CHeers, Holley

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  7. Your card is fab Loz and I agree, it looks like the moon is blushing. Thanks for joining us at Make It Monday!

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  8. This is so beautifully designed. Loving your creative style. Wishing you a fab Wednesday.
    Hugs
    Desíre
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

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  9. It's so irritating when such accidents happen, but it's so rare that anybody, apart from yourself, will discover it. I can't find anything wrong with your card, so I guess you must have covered up your mistake better than you think :) I think this is a fun and original design, with the moon and bling. I spotted this on MIM.

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  10. Hiya Loz, fantastic creation, love those little gems as stars, saw you over on mim. Joey x

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  11. Hi Laurel< What a darling stitched moon. I can see why you didn't want to waste all that work. Honestly, I would never have noticed your oops. Why are we so critical of our own work? I love it. The image and the background are just lovely. Saw your post as no 1 on MIM. Glad I stopped to visit:)

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  12. A lovely card Loz, a cute image. Aud x

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  13. Simply gorgeous! I love the stitching you did, it is fabulous! Wonderful inspiration and I am sure glad that I spotted it over at MIM.

    Tamie
    #186

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  14. I saw your beautiful creation on Make It Monday and had to visit and take a closer look. Gorgeous! TFS!

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    Hugs,

    Julia

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  15. I would not have noticed the lips ...just thought it was the moons cheeks. Great idea adding the Tilda image to the stitched moon.

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