Winter Wishes

Good morning everyone!

Long time no hear, I’ve not been well but the Cards Und More – Challengeblog got a new Challenge for you guys today so I had to get my craftiness back and get creative.

This time the theme we are working with is rather easy – it’s “Girls, Girls, Girls” and our sponsor is Kenny K. I just love their digis, they are always quirky and just make me smile.

I used “Happy Hour” – it’s just so versatile and you could use it for almost any occasion.

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So hop over and play along for a chance to win 3 Digis from Kenny K!

Hugs, Lia

Belated Christmas #2

Happy Friday Blogland!
Here are the last things I made for Christmas – these are Gift-Card-Envelopes, really quickly made with a beautiful paper-set from SimonSaysStamp and just a plain Sentiment.

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Hugs, Lia

Belated Christmas #1

Hello everyone – as promised here are some of the Christmas Cards I made this year.
Since my Birthday is on Christmas Eve it always gets really busy around that time of the year and thanks to that I a) decided to upload the pics a bit later and then b) forgot to upload them at all.
Sorry !!

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I’ll have another post coming soon to show a few more things I made over the Holidays.
Hugs, Lia

Happy New Year!

I still owe you the pics of the Cards I made for Christmas. For some reason I totally forgot to upload em. But hey, better late than never, right =)

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So 2014 is over and I hope you all had a really good start to 2015!
I wish you all the best and hopefully I’ll see you soon =)
Hugs, Lia

From the Heart…

Wonderful Christmas…
And another Set of Cards I made (I only show you one as they all look the same ^.^) for a colleague at work.
The background layer looks black in these pics, it’s actually a dark brown – as the days get darker, it is harder to get proper pics for me.
But anyways, you’ll get the idea =) So here’s what I made…

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Hugs, Lia