Thursday, 29 September 2011

# 20 DT Card for the Papercrafting Journey: Punches and dies

Hi guys, another fortnight has gone and we are onto Challenge # 20 over at the Papercrafting Journey. This week it's punches and dies. I used a Nellie Snellen die for the oval, marianne creatable for the leaves and vine, cheery lynn die for the fence. I made up the post with the sign from leftovers. The image is from Stitchy Bear who is also our sponsor this week.
 Can't wait to see yours.
Blessings Hilde
I am also entering this card into the following challenges:

Penny's Papercraft # 63: Anything goes
For fun challenges: Show me warmth ( what can get warmer than a hot day at the beach?)
4 Crafty Chicks # 57: Anything goes

7 comments:

  1. Hi Hilde,
    What a Gorgeous summery card!!! Quite apt for today as we're having an indian summer at the moment LOL. Love those beach huts, the colour scheme is fab. Love the layout and those die cuts look fab too. Coloured perfectly as always. Hope you are well.
    Hugs Jacqui xxx

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  2. Stunning summer card! Loving all the brights colours and details!
    It's baking in Kent today, so i really want to go to the beach!

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  3. This is so pretty! I love the scene! Thanks for joining us at Penny's!

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  4. What a sweet looking card. Adorable. Thanks for joining us over at For Fun this week.
    Love n hugs
    Marie

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  5. Yep a nice sunny beach with a cool drink!! Awesome way to show warmth!!

    Thanks for going "warm" with us at For Fun Challenges. Hope to see you on Wednesday when the new challenge is posted!

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  6. Hi, love your card, I do enjoy a day at the beach, it's perfect for our challenge this week! Thanks so much for sharing with us at FOR FUN, I hope you join us again soon.

    Hugs, Ali x

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  7. VERY creative ... love it! Thanks so much for joining our 'Anything Goes' challenge at Penny's Paper-Crafty Challenge. Hope to see you again next challenge!

    Darlene
    PPCC DT

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