Wednesday, 26 May 2010

DieCut Dreams Challenge#49

Hi folks - second posting of the day. What I forgot to say on my first posting that I also did some craft shopping this morning, te hee. My second card today is for Diecut Dreams Challenge#49 - Words No Stamped Images. To enter this challenge click here .


The image is from "Eastern Treasures" CDROM from Joanna Sheen. It was some left over in my scrapbox from a previous card. It was printed twice, once on Staples "Text & Graphic and once on Ink Jet Acetate and layered on top of one another. The stamped senitment is from Clarity Stamps. The ribbon is from my stash.

Thank you for taking the time to stop by.

Cathy
xxxx

13 comments:

  1. Beautiful card Cathy.

    Kathleen x

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  2. Lovely bright card.. Jose xx

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  3. Striking card Cathy + I love the sentiment stamp too.

    Tina
    X

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  4. Beautiful words and a beautiful card Cathy, love the bright colours
    Claire xx

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  5. Gorgeous Cathy, love how you have printed onto acetate over your card, beautiful sentiment too.
    Christine x

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  6. I love that sentiment! Thank you so much for entering the DCD challenge this week and good luck.

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  7. Wow Cathy that bp is absolutely stunning and how brilliant to print it off on two different papers and overlay that is really effective and love that sentiment another great piece of work.
    Hugs
    Lorraine x

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  8. This is such a lovely card. What a neat idea to print the image twice and layer it. Love it!

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  9. Fabulous take on our theme of no stamped images Cathy. Your paper and ribbon detail are gorgeous.
    Thank you for joining us at Die Cut Dreams.
    Hugs,
    Nicola -x-

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  10. beautiful card Cathy, the patterned paper you've used is so pretty

    Thanks so much for joining us at Die Cut Dreams this week
    Hugs
    Victoria
    x

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  11. Fantastic card, Cathy.
    That BP is just gorgeous

    x

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