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Saturday, 14 December 2013

Christmas Advent - Day 14

Morning all.
Well for Day 14 (are you still with us??) we are, once again, joined by the fabulous:


Lili of the Valley is a UK Company which has a simply gorgeous range of unique un-mounted rubber stamps.
There are hundreds of adorable images to choose from including the sweetest girls and boys, fabulous wedding and baby designs and of course an amazing array of Christmas cuties! Added to this are Lili of the Valley's amazing sentiment stamps and sentiment stamp sheets! http://www.liliofthevalley.co.uk/is also packed with hints, tips, tutorials and we also run the popular InspirationsBlog witih new cards and ideas posted daily by our Design Team, so you’ll never be stuck for ideas on what to make with these really cute images
 lovely design
LOTV have very kindly given the following prize for one of you lucky people to win....


So here is my card for today:
Once again I have used an image from the Fairy Sketch Pad and coloured it with Copics.
The edges are done with a stencil brush using Adirondack ink "Stream".
That fabulous sentiment is from a Kaisercraft Friendship Sentiments set.
Those gorgeous embellishments are air dried clay which I have brushed with the same ink as the surround on the image.  The rose ribbon I've had for ages and never used it - can't think why!! Lol
So there is today's creation.
Please stop by the Inspiration blog and add your name to the Linky.
Leave me a comment too to be included in the draw for my Christmas Day candy.

5 comments:

  1. Hi Dawn; your card is great and I imagine you have spent some time on working on it! It's very different style; I like it!

    Charlotta / La Vikinga

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  2. OH wow Dawn this is totally stunning, I love all the details and gorgeous image.

    Hugs Ali xx

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  3. gorgeous showcase card for LOTV.I love their images and your card with all the detail is beautiful thanks for sharing.

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