Monday, October 5, 2015

For Peter

Hello. One of the dog walkers in my group passed away and there was a request for a card. I made one with a spellbinders frame and cross set for another dog walker, and another one from hardy and me..Loz

14 comments:

  1. These cards are beautiful. The first is elegant and the 2nd is one so lovely like I can almost feel the soft breeze. Beautiful cards.

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  2. Two perfect cards for a sad occasion Loz.
    Hugs
    Pam x

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  3. I love blue sponged on the first card
    the second I love your cloud Loz
    great made

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  4. and beautifully done for a sad occasion Loz

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  5. Beautiful cards Loz for a sad occasion..Hugs Lozzy xx

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  6. Beautiful cards, Loz.... a thoughtful gesture.
    x Asha

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  7. Loving your cards here, the first one is dies that I have, what wonderful inspiration today.

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  8. So beautiful and appropriate designs for a sad occasion.

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  9. Sympathy cards can be so difficult but these are just perfect for the occasion Kx

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  10. Both beautiful and I am sure much appreciated.

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  11. Both cards are beautiful and how sweet of you.

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  12. Both cards are beautiful and how sweet of you.

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