Sunday, 22 March 2009

Twice, or even THRICE as nice!

The lovely Adele set the challenge on Dotties World today and she wanted to see two or more of the Charmed downloads.

I used three of our "digi stamps":




My mojo was sadly lacking and I spent ages either thinking about what to do or faffing about doing it!! Pop over to Dottie's World and see what the other DT members came up with.
TFL and have a lovely Sunday xxx

12 comments:

Juliet said...

I wish I came up with things like this when my mojo is lacking!!! It's brilliant Karen - love everything about it!!!
Juliet xx

having a {me} day said...

WOW! This is STUNNING!! It doesn't look at all like your mojo was lacking. Sometimes the hardest cards to do, end up looking the best. I love the creativeness of this, it is so colourful and cheery. katxx

Bagladee said...

Wow it looks fab!!! Great job :)

Debs said...

Well all that 'faffing' was well worth it. Fab card. Debs xx

Louly said...

OOOh it's perfect! I can't believe you had no mojo!!! That house is fab fab fab and I love how you've managed to merge 3 different styles and make them look like they were always meant to be together. I also love how you've used the flowers along the top -- really original.

TaraG said...

Oh I just love it, Karen!!!! What a great house with Dottie peeking out and the tree is super fabulous! Such a fantastic use of three of the Dottie Worlds images!!!! I love the colours so bright and cheery!!!! Like, Louise, I too love the flowers lined up at the top...really creative!!!!
Hugs,t

Adele said...

WOW...that's all I can say, the design the colours...it's just perfect!!

love Dingle.xx

Carol said...

WOW

Brilliant - that Pfaffing payed dividends!!

Thanks for dropping by earlier - much appreciated
TC

Pinklilac said...

Hi Karen Wow this is beautiful I wish I could do things like this when mu Mojo is lacking.
Hugs Linda

Jac said...

Love this, the flowers across the top are magic and the pearls in the tree look gorgeous, what a great combination of images. x

Stressed Stamper said...

Great card - how did you get your images all together on one card, did you use a web package like photoshop pro or something

Sarah

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