Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Bendi Fold Card

Hello. This is a card I made from a tutorial on SplitCoastStampers..I have used dies from Mariannes Collectables.. COL1330 &COL1327. for the village and trees..Loz ...I am entering this in MIM#151




13 comments:

  1. Another gorgeous piece of art!

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  2. Wie schön !!!!
    Da kommt Weihnachtsstimmung auf!
    Wünsche dir einen Schönen Tag, Ulla

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  3. Oh wow this is a stunning snow scene. Love the striking blue and white.
    Hugs
    Desíre
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

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  4. AMAZING! Love how this card looks and how it works. What gorgeous elements (the house, trees and deer are wonderful)! The contrast of the white on the blue is really pretty!

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  5. WOW Loz, this is stunning, I love your fabulous design and colours -such gorgeous details with so much dimension !!!

    hugs
    Heather xx

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  6. I absolutely love this card.amazing
    Faye

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  7. WOW Loz what a stunner!!
    Saw your link at MIM
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia
    Cards Crafts School Projects

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  8. This is CRAZY amazing!!! Saw your card on Make It Monday!

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  9. Absolutely beautiful creation Loz, lovely design. I have popped over from MIM .

    Hugs Julie xxx

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  10. Oh how fun - love this fold out scene you created Loz - super creative! Saw it on MIM. Deb

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  11. Your card is stunning!! Well done.Popped over from MIM.

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  12. A great card. What an amazing design and a lovely scene

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  13. Oh my word! You are killing me! I love this too. Same scene but love the tri fold too!

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