Saturday, 14 December 2013

Marianne Challenge

Afternoon everyone.
While browsing blogs the other week, I came across the Marianne Design Challenge blog. As I said before I like a challenge and as you can only use Marianne items in this, that was a real challenge. I don't have that many Marianne items so the offer of winning some extra 'Candy' was enticing. So here goes.
'Santa please leave me some extra special treats under the tree this year.'

While I was over there I also saw their latest challenge- one colour, so I thought I would enter this little offering.



The image is from their downloads page, a great idea if you don't have the Marianne images or stamps to use. It was cut out using the small circle from Craftable die CR1239 and I edged it in Vintage Photo, as were all the other elements.
The base card is a Creatable die LR0112 as is the snowflake on the ribbon and the swirls. The image is mounted on the out cut of the frame Craftable die CR1239. The frame is mounted on pads to create a shadow interest.
I will  enter it in these challenges:-
Allsorts Challenge - Snowflakes
Well that's about it folks, see you again sometime. 



5 comments:

  1. Nice romantic card! Thanks for joining us at MDchallenge!
    Greetz Boukje.

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  2. Hi Julie
    You made a beautiful card but we asked a card in ONE color.
    Just waas was oke but you made a part of it brown and that is nog allowed.
    Sorry but we will delete it.

    Kind Regards
    Wybrich/Anita
    MDblog

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  3. So beautiful and a great picture, thanks for joining us at Allsorts this week. xxxx

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  4. This is beautiful. It's sweet, pretty, and the diecuts you used are fabulous. This is a gorgeous vintage card! Thanks for joining us at the Christmas at Sweet Stampin' challenge! Hugs, Gail

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  5. Gorgeous project! Thank you so much for joining our challenge at Allsorts and good luck!

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