Friday, 22 December 2017

ShowCASe #358 - OLC Candles / Something Depicting Light

Hi there LIMettes it's time for our weekly ShowCASe post.

It's never an easy job to select our favourites and we love to see all of your cards in our gallery. They inspire us every week and we hope you agree with our ShowCASe choices!

So here goes, in order of entry for 




#8 Karen


This was Karen's first attempt at a one layer card and what a stunner!  We loved
the traditional Christmas image, classic layout and the shimmer of the lantern.


#19 Lisa Lara


This super cute card is a great showcase of masking, crisp stamping and colouring, and
how you can mix stamps from different sets.  It really depicts Christmas cheer too.


#24 Julie B


Julie really deserved a place in this week's showcase for this stunning design.
She's captured the warmth of the lantern against the winter sky perfectly!


Congratulations ladies and please help yourself to a ShowCASe badge from the page at the top of the blog with our thanks. We hope you'll display it proudly on your individual blogs.

We're sure you'll agree these are a wonderful bunch and worthy of our ShowCASe badge. Do pop along and congratulate them on their win if you have a minute.


We'll also be showCASing all of our winners' cards on our Facebook page so why not hop on over and give us a 'thumbs up'! Here's the link you need to take you there.

As always there's still time to enter our current challenge which ends at 10pm GMT this evening before we announce the new one at 8am GMT tomorrow morning.



4 comments:

  1. An early Christmas pressie, thanks ladies and well done Karen and Lisa too. :)

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  2. All fabulous makes and so well deserving of being showCASed - Congrats and MERRY CHRISTMAS

    Kathyk

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  3. Oh my goodness, thank you so much. What a surprise. So fun to play and comment and make new friends. Congrats all.

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