Sunday, August 24, 2014

White on White card

Hello. It is my turn to choose the challenge on my card group this week and I have chosen 'White on White'
I have used a spellbinders de'lite
window die and a poppy stamps corner die.. The bricks were left over die pieces from a birdcage die.. Loz

15 comments:

  1. So beautifully elegant!

    Hugs,
    Snoopy :D

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  2. WOW Loz this is such a beauty...Especially love the bricks!!
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia
    Cards Crafts Kids Projects

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  3. This is just gorgeous,love the window die.xxx

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  4. Love this Loz, you have made a beautiful card with the scene you have designed. Really pretty..Hugs Lozzy xx

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  5. Absolutely fabulous. Love your use of leftovers as the bricks. They work beautifully. White on white how beautiful.

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  6. What a lovely scene you've made! The combo of different white paper give this card some extra dimension, and it shines so beautifully!

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  7. Oh, so lovley! Gorgeous window with the pretty flowers!

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  8. Goreous card you made and lovely layout too! =)
    Hugs, Elenor

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  9. beautiful elegant card Loz, love the WOW..gorgeous design.
    pam

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  10. I love it, can be used for so many occasions, I love white on white. I have been away and then a playing up PC. as much as I love this thing, I could sometimes throw it away. !!!

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  11. LOVE the window scene, Loz. Very elegant.
    Have a lovely week!
    hugs, Asha

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  12. Very elegant card! Love the bricks and that window with the pretty flowers!

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  13. Beautiful!! Love the "leftover bricks", you just blow me away with your craftiness!!! Very elegant and stunning card.

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  14. I love white on white too and your did it very well lovely shine on your card Loz..great job and beautiful card....hugs, Monika

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