Wednesday, December 3, 2014

5 minute christmas card

Hello. This is a quick christmas card I made in only 5 minutes...Loz

14 comments:

  1. Wow, that's a productive 5 minutes! Way to go, it's gorgeous.

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  2. Fantastic card design Loz.
    Pam

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  3. If I'm ever going to make a card in five minutes I must first have spent hours thinking about the design and finding everything I need from the stash. Because going through my stash definitely takes more than five alone, lol.
    I'm very impressed by the beautiful outcome of your quickly made card.

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  4. It's a beauty Loz! =)
    Hugs, Elenor

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  5. Brilliantly designed, lovely colour combo and gorgeous added beauties.xx
    aNNie
    {The Journey is the Start – my personal blog}

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  6. So elegant, and 5 minutes, wow!

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  7. wooow five minutes and so elegant Loz yeah you make a record..I can make card at 10 minutes but I should collect all what I need first and sometimes thinking the design need 15-25 minutes..your card is beautifl and so festive...

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  8. 5 minutes? Anything CAS would take me half a day just to plan! What a lovely card, Loz.
    hugs, Asha

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  9. A very savvy blogger left me a comment suggesting I try changing the pop-up comment setting to embedding (she had tried & it fixed the problem at her blog). She also left a 2nd comment, just ignoring the Word Verification, and I got both comments. So I just changed the comment setting from POP-UP to EMBEDDED, saved. I am not seeing the WV just now. Hopefully this will help anyone else who is having this aggravation today. (as one blogger put it "blogger playing Silly Billies". I loved that! I was saying something not quite so kind). Just for info, here's how I changed the settings, if you experience the problem, and don't know where to change it. Go to Design (at the top of the blog where you select New Post), Settings (- on the left side), Posts and Comments. Look for Show Word Verification - make sure it is OFF. For Comment Location (about mid way on the page) - I changed the Popup to Embedded. Be sure to save your changes! Hope this will help anyone else who is having the problem today. Thanks to Berni C (Chasing the Dream) for suggesting I try this!

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  10. I love your cards and this one is so pretty that would have taken me much, much longer. By the way your fur baby looks like my Katie girl who is in heaven and I miss her every day

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  11. Just stunning. And amazing work for 5 minutes.

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