Sunday, September 29, 2013

White Christmas

Hello. Imade this white christmas card using Memory box dies and added some flower soft. It was difficult to get a photo as the card is all white. I am entering this in MIM#160..Loz

15 comments:

  1. What a beautifully elegant card, Lozzie! I love it!

    Hugs,
    Snoopy :D

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  2. I just love white on white and this card is beautiful LOZ. Popped over from MIM

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  3. A very elegant and beautiful Christmas card, love the sparkly moon too! Spotted it on MIM xx

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  4. What a beautiful card Los, it looks like you used the spellbinder die for the tree, what a great idea putting the deer with it, I shall have to have a go, what a fabulous design. I saw you on MIM.
    Louise x

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  5. This is just divine... so pretty and charming. Spotted it on MIM, Loz.

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  6. This is a lovely white on white creation - perfect as a Christmas card or for sending someone winter wishes. Great combination of die cuts! Spotted your card on MIM.

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  7. wow, so pretty! Saw it on MIM.

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  8. Stunning Christmas card all in white!
    Hugs, Elenor

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  9. Loz - it's fantastic! Love the look of the WOW and the dies are perfect with this. Great job girl!!

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  10. That shimmery moon looks awesome peeping behind the tree!
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia
    Cards Crafts School Projects

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  11. Hi Loz
    White on white is cool .great combination of dies for this beautiful creation .Thanks for sharing on Make it Monday

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  12. Loz, your card is so elegant. Love the white on white. It is timeless and so beautiful. What a beautiful job you have done! Saw your card on MIM and am so glad I took a closer look. :o)

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  13. Gorgeous, this is very special, love it, saw it on MIM

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