Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Quick Parchment card

Hi. This is a very easy parchment card I made. I used a simple pattern so there was not too much embossing or cutting..I colored the flowers with polychromo pencils..Loz
I am entering this in MIM#133

9 comments:

  1. WOW- saw you on MIM and love your work- I had to follow you, cause I love your work!

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  2. Just beautiful,love the design and fab layout.xxx

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  3. Lovely and elegant. Great job, Loz!
    xxx Asha

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  4. Beautiful card you made, lovely colors! =)
    Hugs, Elenor

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  5. WOW the red flowers look awesome. We dont get the chrome pencils here in India! Your design is simply fantastic Loz

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  6. This is lovely Loz, ive never tried parchment craft but it certainly looks effective. Aud x

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  7. Gorgeous Loz..beautiful colouring and love the finer details..
    Thanks for sharing with us at Make it Monday..

    Luv CHRISSYxx

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  8. Visiting from MIM: This is such a lovely card. Have not tried parchment, but it looks like it produces pretty results.

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  9. Another gorgeous card. Love the design and colours. The fine work is amazing.

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