Thursday, December 3, 2015

Happy Hanukkah

Hello. These are three cards a friend requested for her neighbour's children for hanukkah on sunday.
as I only had the elephant image I had to used it on all three..Loz


12 comments:

  1. Love this kind of post, where you show how many possibilities there are using the same image. Quite different and they make a great set for siblings....

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  2. Fabulous cards Loz, like how they are each unique using the same image and theme!

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  3. What a beautiful set you have made Loz
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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  4. 3 gorgeous variations using the same image... that's just wonderful, Loz!
    x Asha

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  5. Beautiful creations today and that image is just gorgeous..x
     { aNNie}

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  6. Very creative - and unique - I'm sure your neighbor loved them.

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  7. Ok, these are the most perfect Hanukkah cards for kids that I have seen. You have one again outdid yourself (why am I not surprised). You rock girlie!!

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  8. These are fantastic Loz, gorgeous image on three great designs..
    Pam x

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  9. 3 beautiful cards Loz so cute.

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  10. This is one unique stamp! I never thought I would see an elephant with the candles (Forgive me for forgetting the name of them which I think are beautiful). I am certain your neighbour will love them because of how well you coloured the cards and how each are so unique

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  11. These are stunning Loz, bet your neighbour loved them to..Hugs Lozzy x

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  12. How wonderful to see a different themed card. I bet all three kids enjoyed these cards.

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