Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Peek-A-Boo Card

Hello. I made this card from a tutorial on Split Coast Stampers. The tutorial is from the very talented Norma



  1. I LOVE IT!!! In fact, if you start now, you could probably have my BD card done in time.....just sayin'
    Fantastic card!!!!!!

  2. Fab card, Lozzie!

    Snoopy :D

  3. Gorgeous card Loz, love this style and will have a look at the tut....beautiful papers and colours.xx{The Journey is the Start – my personal blog}

  4. Your peek a boo card is gorgeous ...I have to try it again...I made one long ago but didnt turn out good
    Dr Sonia
    Cards Crafts Kids Projects

  5. I saw this SCS...looked complicated. Best leave it to the experts, I thought. I was right.... you've done an awesome job, Loz.
    hugs, Asha

  6. I also saw this on SCS Loz, you have done a fantastic job..

  7. Wow! Great job and looks expertly done. I could not do this I don't think. It is so pretty

  8. Sweet! I'll check out this tutorial....

  9. Looks like lots of work, but your result is gorgeous - love all those pretty flowers and your image.

  10. I love my birthday card, thanks Loz!

  11. That is so fantastic.....thanks for the link to the tutorial too.

  12. she is so sweet
    and colored so adorable
    cute peek a boo card Loz


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