Sunday, 30 August 2015

Sundays post



Good morning all.

 Well we have rain here today and I am so glad I have manages to get all the washing dry yesterday.
 Still have some stash to find home for. i wish I could manage to come out of a craft store without getting           anything BUT as all crafters know there is always something we NEED. Trying really hard to catch up on getting the Christmas cards finished, I am so behind and need to get more done.

First of all I would like to share with you last nights sunset. It really was lovely.


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Material's used.

  • 15x21 cm card blank and envelope
  • Sheena festive Embossing Folder
  • Silver snow flake card
  • Pro markers...Poppy...leaf green..Coral.


Challenges I will enter this card are,
  1. I love promarkers # 283 anything goes
  2.  Word Art Wednesday Challenge # 198-Anything goes 











7 comments:

  1. Lovely sunset pic, Liilan. Good Luck with your challenges too

    Kathyk

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  2. Great sunset Lilian. Really nice use of the embossing folder too. Have a good event no. Hugs Cherry x

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  3. Great pic of the sunset Lilian. Yes I know what you mean about the craft stash!! Great xmas card and very traditional
    x catherine

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  4. Gorgeous sunset Lilian! And your card is adorable. Love how you've used the promarkers on the dry embossed image. So pretty. xx

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  5. That gorgeous sunset surely is inspirational Lillian. I really like this sweet Christmas card. Thank you so much for taking time to post your very creative art with us this week at Word Art Wednesday, in our 198th challenge.
    Blessings and Hugs, Carole

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  6. What a clever way of using that fab embossing folder! Thanks for joining us at I Love Promarkers xx

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  7. Hi Lilian,
    what a wonderful photo of that glorious sunset.
    Great Christmas card.
    I love the way you have enhanced the embossing.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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Lilian