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Saturday, September 14, 2013

Kraft, Red and White



Thank you so much for all your kind wishes this week.
The arm is doing well although the surgeon did not remove all of the skin cancer
as that would have meant having a skin graft later.
I will just have to go back and have the rest removed in a couple of weeks. YUK

It was a good job that I had my card ready for 52 CCT for this week.



This week is a colour challenge of Kraft, Red and White
Now I didn't have any Kraft card so the Kraft on this card comes courtesy
of a lovely SU lady called Susan.  Thanks Susan. You can find her here.
As I chose to use this lovely stamp from LOTV I felt the white was a
bit too stark just plain so inked the edges with dessert sand
and glittered it.

Now I did this just for you Ruth.  The inside.
I distressed the edges with Dessert sand and then stamped the village scene
also with the same ink.
I felt it was all in keeping with the Victorian Lady on the front.

Challenges:

Thanks for dropping in 


Margaret M



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23 comments:

  1. This is a lovely card Margaret. I love the image. Thank you for joining the challenge at Sweet Pea Stampers. Hope to see you again next time.

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  2. You have made a wonderful card here. It will make a beautiful addition to any home at Christmas time. Thanks for taking part in the Sweet Pea Stampers Challenge this month of “kraft paper/card” and best of luck. We hope to see you back again very soon. Best wishes, Kym, Sweet Pea Stampers Design Team xxx

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  3. What a wonderful card Margaret! Thank you for playing along with Sweet Pea Stampers "use kraft on your card/project". Good luck and we hope to see you again. And I wish you the best for the upcoming skin graft... Sounds like a lot of pain.. :( Sylvia, DT member Sweet Pea Stampers xxx

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  4. This is very pretty. Thanks for sharing your lovely card for The Sweet Pea Stampers 'use kraft' challenge - hope to see more of your lovely crafting soon - Hazel, Design Team - thank you too for sharing for CHNC challenge extra for September and The Glory of Christmas 'anything goes' x

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  5. Margaret - I do like this card - the pretty vintage girl and that lovely village inside are just fab! I really like the soft touch of bling around the edge. Great work.

    Wishing you a speedy recovery.

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  6. what a lovely card thanks for sharing with sweet pea stampers
    Rachel DT

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  7. Another beautiful card, Margaret! I LOVE that you stamped the inside! HUGS and hope you have a great week! :) Mynn xx

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  8. this is a beautiful holiday card and i especially love how you did the inside - so soft and pretty! i wish you the best with your arm; my dad had the skin graft for his arm surgery last year and he's doing great now.
    linda

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  9. Another beautiful card from you Margaret - Ruth will be pleased too! - Jacqueline xx

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  10. What a darling lass and a beautiful card Margaret. I am in awe of the lovely scene inside too. I must admit that I have fallen off the new year's resolution wagon and haven't been very good about finishing the insides right away. You've inspired me to get back to it. Hugs D

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  11. Oh what a beautiful, adorable card.
    luv
    Debby

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  12. Gorgeous card and beautiful image Margaret. Visited from MIM..Loz

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  13. Margaret, that is a beautiful card - I love the Victorian vintage feel and the little girl is so sweet and adorable! I am chuffed to bits to see a beautifully decorated inside too! You've used one of my all time favourite Christmas stamps to do it, I love that village scene stamp, it's so classic and timeless. It looks so soft and pretty stamped in the Desert Sand ink! The sparkle on your card is gorgeous and adds such a festive touch!

    It's so wonderful to have you designing along with us this month, I can't wait to see what you have in store next week - you do realise I'll expect a decorated inside on that card as well?! ; )

    So sorry to hear about the problems with your arm. I wish you a speedy resolution and recovery! Ruth x

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  14. Lovely to have you along as a GDT Magaret, and with such a fab card - love the little girl image, and the inside stamp is just a perfect complement to her. I also really like the glittery edge you've made - it's all so Christmassy and festive.
    Sorry to hear about your problem with your arm, I do wish you a full and quick recovery

    Louise xx

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  15. The elegant die cut frame is a gorgeous way to show off the beautifully colored image. The inside of your card is just as lovely as the outside! I'm enjoying having you join us as a guest designer at 52{C}CT this month!

    Best wishes to you as you continue treatment for your arm.

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  16. Dropping by from MIM, sorry to hear about your struggles with your arm, wishing you all the best. And I just love this image, works perfectly with your colors. That inside stamp is so perfectly wintery/Christmasy, beautiful card!
    {Hugs} Barb

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  17. Gorgeous card, I love that image and all of the sparkle! Popped over from MIM!
    Tammy x

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  18. Very Pretty! One of my favorite colors for a card. Found you on MIM

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  19. Fabulous image and perfect inside of card too .Thanks for sharing on Make it Monday .

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  20. wow fabulous card she is just so cute, so pretty
    saw over at mim
    http://carolineshideout.blogspot.co.uk

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  21. A very pretty card, I love the cute girl-image. Thanks for joining us at Crafty Creations this week,
    hugs
    Sabine

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  22. Margaret this is gorgeous, beautiful image. Lovely design. Popped over from mim. Hoping all goes well for you. Joey xx

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  23. So sweet! Love the glittery border and the inside of the card too!

    Thanks for joining us at Sweet Pea Stampers!

    Hugs, Alica ;)

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