Monday, 23 November 2009

Monday makes pt 2.

Card 5: Is for "Nursery Rhyme" at Crafts Beautiful ,I've used this #78 from Sketch Saturday

Card 6: Is for "Intitial Thoughts" at DCM using #79 from Friday Sketchers.

Card 7: covers challenges at One Stop with "Snowflakes" , recipe of 3 brads, 2 PP & 1 stamp from Stamp with Us, Ive used this weeks sketch from Jen at I{Heart}2Stamp.

And Card 8: My final make for today is for Penny Black Friends "Winter Wonderland" & also for Maggie's Side Step Card Challenge at Crafts Beautiful

  • PP ~ Stampin Up , DCWV & Laura Ashley.
  • Stamps ~ Penny Black , QK & Stamping Up.
  • Brads ~ Lakelands, Papermania & Basic Grey.
  • Snowflake Punch ~ Woodware.
  • Rub-on ~ Making Memories.
  • Ribbon, Chipboard & Gems from Stash.
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Anonymous said...

You've been very busy!

Lovely works!

Lynda said...

Hi Susie, Love the card entered into Daring Cardmakers this week. I found it through your name as the link you left sent us to PennyBlackSaturday Challenge. Just thought you ought to know why we couldn't find you. Thanks for joining in.

Lynda xxx

Kath said...

fabulous side step card susie and I love all your adorable images...thanks for joining in the fun this week at PBSC...hugs kath xxxx

Rein said...

Very nice cards!
thanks for joining in the DCM challenge.

debby4000 said...

Wonderful cards.

Sara said...

Hi Susie, found you this time, lol. These are all lovely cards but I especially like the one you made for our challenge. The colour scheme is lovely and the little snowflakes are very pretty. Thanks for playing along.

Sara xx
Stamp With Us Design Team

Shelley said...

Gorgeous cards. Thanks for joining in with this weeks oscc.
Shelley xx

Mrs Wonka said...

WOW you have been busy! What a beautiful selection of cards!

Thank you so much for joining in with Stamp With Us.

Zoe x

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