Monday, February 2, 2015

Game Night

Hello. The challenge on my card group this week was to use a stamp or die purchased long ago and never used. This was a Hard challenge for me as I have dozens of stamps and dies I have purchased and never opened. I finally decided to use a Die-Namics die&stamp set (game Night) which I purchased about 2yrs ago..Loz

13 comments:

  1. Delightful and interesting card Loz...with such great results using 'old' things...xx

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  2. This is gorgeous,fab design and details.xxx

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  3. Brilliant mans card design Loz.
    Pam x

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  4. What a unique card-I love it. It is perfect for an invitation to a games night. Perfect for both sexes

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  5. Looks great! Wonderful game night invitation..wished you lived closer.

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  6. Perfect card gal.....love it have never seen a die quite like it. Your so clever Hugs Deloris

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  7. Love it! Wishing we all lived closer, wouldn't we have fun!

    Hugs
    Chris

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  8. Really, Loz? It took you 2 years to use this lovely set?! :) I'm glad to used it... gorgeous!
    hugs, Asha

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  9. Turned out great Loz! Games or a card night sounds like fun!

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  10. A good challenge theme to get us to use some of our unused staff. I think we all have stuff laying around, waiting to be used. This is a great card for a man!

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  11. I have way too many of those have and not used items in my craft room - (ps part of my New Years resolution was to use more of what I have). Love the card you created.

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  12. I never forget you Loz...I will visiting you as soon as the time come and today is the time (LOL)
    I love that Die-Namics die&stamp set (game Night) this is a great set and fit for people who like being on the GAME club at night...lovely made

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