Saturday, December 27, 2014

Happy 2015

Hello. I have made a card to celebrate the new year. I have to work new year's eve (all night) so not much celebrating here..I have used a magnolia image some die cuts and flowers. I dyed the ribbon with tim holtz distress ink. A technique I learned from a very crafty lady. Now I only have to buy white ribbons and can dye the colour I need for the card.. I hope everyone has a Fantastic New Year's Eve and a great 2015..loz

7 comments:

  1. Gorgeous colours, design and wonderful image/s used.hope your all night of work won't be too strenious for you..xx{The Journey is the Start – my personal blog}

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  2. Wonderful New Year Card Loz! I hope 2015 is a really good year for you!

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  3. Loz - your card looks great and the ribbon is a perfect match (and not to mention the bow is awesome too!). Looking forward to your next card :)

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  4. The ribbon looks great and it is perfect! I can't ever get ribbons right. A great way to ring in the New Year. Sorry to hear you are working. My hubby dislikes New Year's but, this time we are going out for dinner. Hopefully he stays up to watch the silly ball come down. Hope you had a great Christmas

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  5. Beautiful card Loz, love the image and colours, I also dye my ribbon.
    Wishing You A Happy New Year 2015..
    Pam

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  6. SO well matched the whole card is Loz. I cant resist buying pretty ribbon!

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  7. This Tilda looks so joyful and ready to we,come the new year. The clock background is a nice touch. A very sweet card!

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